Normandy D Day bus tour will explore D Day sites of Normandy from World War II.
Your Normandy D Day bus tour will depart at 7:00 AM from the Cityrama agency at 214, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris. Beginning on November 1st, the tours will depart from 2 rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris. Your Normandy tour is available Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday from April through October; Wednesday and Sunday from November through March; no January tours.
- Normandy Bus Tour days: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday April through October; Wednesday and Sunday November through March; January tours begin January 23
- Normandy Bus Tour Duration: 7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
- Tour Code: NP1
- Children's Rate: 4-17 years of age
- Included: Tour stops at Pointe du Hoc, American Cemetery, Battery of Longue-sur-Mer, Caen Memorial; lunch at Caen Memorial
- Vehicle: Air-conditioned Motorcoach (bus)
First stop is the Caen Memorial Museum for a guided tour of the Normandy invasion exhibition area of Le Mémorial de Caen museum.
Lunch is at the Caen Memorial.
Your afternoon will take you to some memorable places. Pointe du Hoc will thrill you since you will see where members of the United States 2nd Ranger Battalion scaled the cliffs to attack a German gun battery during the Normandy invasion.
Your D Day tour continues to Colleville-sur-Mer and will allow you time at the American Cemetery. This special place overlooks Omaha Beach, one of the Normandy beaches of incredible significance. You should take time to explore the Visitors Center and the Cemetery. If time permits, you might wish to walk down the path from the American Cemetery to Omaha Beach.
You will have a photo stop at Arromanches to see the remains of Churchill's Mulberry Harbor at Gold Beach, another of the Normandy beaches in the Normandy invasion and one of the beaches where the British came ashore on D-Day.
Final stop is a photo stop at Juno Beach, the Normandy beach, where the Canadian troops came ashore on D Day.
There will be a brief photo stop at Juno Beach to pay tribute to the beach where the Canadians landed and then your Normandy bus tour to the D Day beaches will return to Paris.
This D Day tour will leave you with lasting impressions about the Invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944.