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Small-Group Normandy D-Day Beaches Day Trip with Omaha Beach, American Cemetery and Cider Tasting

  • Cover key WWII D-Day landing sites in a day from Paris
  • Travel with ease to Omaha Beach, the American Cemetery, and other sights
  • Discover stories, facts, military maps, and plans you might otherwise miss
Small-Group Normandy D-Day Beaches Day Trip with Omaha Beach, American Cemetery and Cider Tasting
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Small-Group Normandy D-Day Beaches Day Trip with Omaha Beach, American Cemetery and Cider Tasting

Exploring Normandy’s World War II’s D-Day sites from Paris in just one day isn’t easy on your own. This tour pulls everything together: with minivan transport, visits to Omaha Beach and the American Cemetery, plus in-depth analysis using period military maps and plans. Other benefits include skip-the-lines entrance tickets, small group size, and a Normandy apple cider tasting.

What to Expect

Your tour begins in central Paris, where you board an air-conditioned minivan destined for Normandy.

As you travel, your guide tells of the bravery and strategies behind the WWII D-Day landings. Hear soldiers’ personal stories, and learn how the Allied June 1944 campaign changed the course of the war. Your guide will use military maps and photos to provide a detailed picture of the operation, and show the difference between what was planned and what happened.

Visit the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial before continuing to the Overlord Museum to view its exhibitions on the planning and execution of the landings.

Next, head for Omaha Beach, where US and British troops landed, and then visit one of the defensive German bunkers to discover how the Allies managed to neutralize them.

After a tasting of Normandy apple cider, your tour concludes at the departure point in Paris.

Reviews (150)
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Reviewed yesterday
Highlight of the century

Nissa did an outstanding job yet again, better than the day before...awesome being at American Military Cemetery at 4 PM Taps/lowering of the flag...flag was presented to a 98 year old Omaha Beach veteran..what a great moment for everyone there...highly recommend this tour!

1  Thank Erick B
Reviewed 3 days ago
An absolute MUST DO if you want to experience Normandy

We went on a 'large vehicle' day trip tour of Normandy in September and then went again with Blue Fox Tours in October. There was absolutely no comparison - the tour with Blue Fox was wonderful and much better than the first tour. Having a...More

1  Thank MindyGreenville_SC
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great guide and trip

We had a great guide and trip. The small group and van was the way to go. Our guide was very tolerate of the sometimes rude tourists in our group. I was embarrassed more than once. I am handicapped and had a foldable walker with...More

1  Thank Sarah Jean K
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
A Must For Americans!

Was top of my list to do for visit to Paris. As an American this is very remindful of the sacrifices our soldiers made to turn this war into our favor. All sites were good but especially liked American cemetery. Watching the playing of taps...More

Thank Jeff N
Reviewed 1 week ago
A wonderful tour with Blue Fox!

Our tour to Normandy was quite memorable, and the small group of 8 made it very personal. Our tour guide was quite knowledgeable, and allowed plenty of time for quiet reflection at places such as Omaha Beach and the American Cemetery. The beautiful, quaint villages...More

1  Thank Inspire252838
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Martha H
5 October 2018|
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Response from SteeleTrips | Reviewed this property |
It isn’t provided but is lunch break at a creperie restaurant is part of the day’s agenda. Burgers are available for those who may not like crepes.
12 August 2018|
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Response from Miranda J | Reviewed this property |
We arrived back in Paris between 7:30-8:00 pm. It is a long day (we met our driver/guide at 6:45 am to leave at 7:00 am) but well worth it!