Discover the gorgeous region of Normandy on this 2-day Normandy Tour (1-night) from Paris, with guided visits to Saint-Malo and Mont Saint-Michel. An overnight stay in Caen is included in a two-day excursion from Paris to Normandy and Brittany.
Taking a stroll through the historic towns of Honfleur and Rouen is a wonderful way to spend your vacation. Visit the D-Day beaches in Normandy and the American Cemetery and Memorial to pay your respects to those who perished during World War II. Stroll through Saint-Malo, a medieval fortress city. Visit the strange Mont-St-Michel island, a well-known site in France. Everything from transportation to food to entry fees is included.
- Cover all the main attractions of the Normandy region while learning about the history, architecture, and local culinary specialties
- Take walking tours of the historic towns of Rouen and Honfleur
- Visit Normandy’s infamous D-Day landing beaches and the American Cemetery while hearing stories about WWII
- Tour the iconic abbey of Mont St-Michel, a UNESCO World Heritage site
- Overnight accommodation in Caen and meals are included
Day 1: Paris – Rouen – Normandy – Caen
We’re going to take the Normandy Highway and make our first stop in Rouen for a walking tour of the old town before we go to Honfleur.
We can have a view of the newly constructed Normandy Bridge on the way between Rouen and Honfleur.
We’ll have some spare time for lunch and to take in the scenery while we’re in Honfleur. Then we will proceed to Normandy‘s beaches and pass by Omaha‘s Landing Beaches, before visiting Saint-Laurent‘s American Cemetery and then Arromanches.
In Caen, we’ll spend the night.
Day 2: Caen – Saint-Malo – Mont Saint-Michel – Paris
We’ll leave Caen today in the direction of Saint-Malo, located in the Brittany region. We’re going to take a guided city tour here, including a stroll along the ramparts and the cathedral.
You should spend some leisure time in the city and have a meal on your own next time.
We will then leave for Mont-Saint-Michel, which is on the border between the regions of Brittany and Normandy. Our afternoon continues with a guided tour of the abbey, as well as free time to explore and maybe shop.
We will then head back to Paris, arriving at around 9:15 pm.
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