the soldiers and the monks with your private guide
Driving to la pointe du hoc where the rangers climbed the cliff with ropes and ladders. Visit of this amazing site and it's impressive bunkers bombed for months by the Allied
Driving to Omaha beach where we stop for a casual lunch and explanations of the landing. We'll proceed to the american cemetery for an hour visit and end in Arromanches to see the rests of the artificial port imagined by Winston Churchill.
Back to your hotel.
Second day visit of the Mont Saint Michel an extraordinary abbey built on the top of a rocky island. Walking through the village to the top of the cliff for the visit. Free time for shopping and casual lunch or more typical around the bay
End of the afternoon in Bayeux to see the tapestry or back to the train station or your hotel
From Caen train station to la pointe du hoc, Omaha beach, the american cemetery and Arromanches. Back to your hotel in Caen or Bayeux
Mont saint Michel
Back to the train station or your hotel
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Caen Train station
End location: First day your hotel in Caen.second day train station in Caen or your hotel
Duration: 2 days
Our comfortable airconditioned mazda car which can accomodate 4 passengers
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 Euros - Lunch.
You can also pay with your credit card
I don't drive when I guide but my husband is the professional driver and we have Mazda car which accomodate 4 passengers and both of us. Or you may hire your own car.
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Marianne is an excellent guide. She has so much knowledge of the region and the battles along with excellent historical knowledge of architecture and the arts. We enjoyed her personal stories as well. Our 1 complaint (which we conveyed to Marianne) was her husbands driving. He didn't always make it easy for my elderly mother in law for pick up and drop off points (which is the purpose of paying for a driver). And drove so fast we couldn't see the scenery and sometimes felt quite unsafe. Marianne we love