3-Day Normandy and Loire Valley Tour with Mont Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo - 3 Days

3-Day Normandy and Loire Valley Tour with Mont Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo

Discover the historic region of Normandy on a 3-day Normandy tour including Saint-Malo, Mont Saint-Michel, and the Loire Valley.

3-Day Normandy and Loire Valley Tour w/ Mont Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo

Highlights
• Visit the D-Day beaches of Normandy, Saint-Malo, Mont Saint-Michel, and more
• Enjoy guided and informative tours at each stop
• Discover three chateaux in the Loire Valley: Langeais, Chenonceau, and Chambord
• Wine tasting at the Cave des Domes in Chenonceaux

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Itinerary

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 Rouen’s old town: the Gros Horloge, the cathedral and the square where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake.

We’ll catch a glimpse of the newly constructed Normandy Bridge en route-between Rouen and Honfleur.

We’ll have some spare time for lunch once 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.

The evening lodging is in Caen.

Day 2
Caen - Saint-Malo - Mont Saint-Michel - Angers

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 depart for Mont-Saint-Michel, on the frontier 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 a little shopping.

We’re going to spend the night in Angers, enjoying dinner.

Day 3
Angers - Langeais Castle - Amboise - Chateau de Chenonceau - Chateau de Chambord - Paris

We will have some time today to enjoy an outside view of the castle in Angers.

Before enjoying a guided tour of Langeais Castle, we’ll then pass by Cunault and Saumur.

We’ll visit Amboise next, where you can eat your own lunch. Finally, we will visit the magnificent Chateau de Chenonceau and Chambord Chateaux.

At about 9:00pm, we’ll return to the original meeting point in Paris.