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D-Day Beaches of Normandy

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Discover the beaches of Normandy!

Retrace the steps of the brave men who took part in the largest military operation in the history of the world on this unforgettable day trip from Paris. You’ll walk the sands of Omaha Beach, peer over the cliffs at the Pointe du Hoc, and go inside of old German bunkers with massive guns still pointing towards England.

You’ll learn the details of the attack plan when you explore the Operation Overlord Museum and have the chance to pay your respects to those who sacrificed everything when you visit the American Cemetery with its 10,000 white crosses standing in rows.

On June 6th, 1944 an unprecedented event took place on the Beaches of Normandy. It was a highly detailed and extremely difficult offensive attack on the Third Reich by more than 150,000 Allied troops arriving by sea and air. The epic battle waged on D-Day was crucial to the liberation of France, the outcome of WWII, and the future of the free world.

Whether you’re a military history buff or someone who is just curious about D-Day, our guide will share the day’s events so you can better appreciate the remarkable acts of bravery and selfless sacrifice which took place on the beaches of Normandy.

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195€ per participant

What's Included

  • Small group: 8 participants
  • Transportation by luxury A/C minibus
  • Knowledgeable & friendly guide
  • American Cemetery
  • Omaha Beach (landing beach)
  • Pointe du Hoc (landing site)
  • German "Atlantic Wall" bunkers
  • Operation Overload Museum tickets

Duration

All day
Back in Paris around 7PM

Dates & Times

All year round

Everyday at 7AM
(no tours on Sunday)

Meeting point

76 Avenue de la Grande Armée, Paris

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Reservation required

Tour Highlights

American Cemetery

American Cemetery

Visit the American Cemetery with your expert guide and hear the stories of the Heroes who fought on the D-Day Beaches.

Pointe du Hoc

Pointe du Hoc

Walk among the bomb craters of Pointe du Hoc and see the famous cliff the U.S. Army Rangers had to scale!

Omaha Beach

Omaha Beach

Visit the landing site where thousands of U.S and British soldiers fought for the freedom of Europe.

Operation Overlord Museum

Operation Overlord Museum

Explore an unequalled museum collection that retraces the planning and events which led to the D-Day landings.

German Bunkers

German Bunkers

Explore one of the many Nazi German bunkers that the Allied troops had to overcome along the “Atlantic Wall.”

There were 326,547 Allied troops who landed on the beaches of Normandy.

Learn some of their stories on our D-Day Day Trip from Paris!

Where do we go?

The WWII D-Day beaches of Normandy are located along the English Channel coast. Omaha beach is about 180 miles from Paris. Easily accessible from Paris our comfortable, air-conditioned, minibus will take you there and back in style!

Recent Reviews on

51Mayday
Chicago, Illinois
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3 reviews
1 helpful vote

Small group Paris to Normandy

Reviewed March 2017

We booked direct with Blue Fox to get the itinerary* we desired along with the advantages of a small group tour. Our choice of Blue Fox exceeded our expectations. Our driver/guide for the day, Antoine was very knowledgable and very attentive to the dynamics of our group. I would recommend considering Blue Fox for any tour they offer but especially Normandy. This historic place should not be missed. Your day away from Paris is worth it. We chose to eliminate the museum in Caen in order to spent more time at the battle sites and cemetery. The smaller Overlord Musuem is included in this tour and was very informative.

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