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The town of Bayeux, in Normandy, lies 30 kilometres north-west of Caen. Bayeux War Cemetery is situated in the south-western outskirts of the town on the by-pass (D5), which is named Boulevard Fabian Ware. On the opposite side of the road stands the...more
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This is the largest military cemetery for British soldiers who lost their lives in 1944 - over 4000 of them. It was lovely to see how well maintained the grounds and the graves were. Very sad to see how young they all were - some...More
This is a beautiful war cemetery, very well kept and so moving to walk through. As all CWGC sites, it is kept in superb condition which in its self is a tribute to the men buried here. A must visit if you are touring the...More
We never cease to be amazed and humbled by the effort put in by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission in the upkeep of our cemeteries across the World, and this is no exception.
Close to 5000, not just Commonwealth but other Allies and even Germans...More
This is the largest British WW2 cemetery in France and as usual is beautifully kept and laid out. As always there are some heartbreaking graves to be seen, including one of a 17 year old soldier. Whilst that was unusual there are many aged 19...More
Very beautifully maintained war graves cemetery dedicated to those who made the ultimate sacrifice defending France and fighting for freedom. Contains many graves including that of the Germans. You can download a map onto your phone giving the locations of the graves of the various...More
Beautifully maintained cemetery. Pretty flowers among numerous gravestones. Very inspiring to read individual gravestones. Primarily for British military personnel buried in the cemetery but military from other nations are also buried here. The grounds are in immaculate condition. A real tribute to those who sacrificed...More
First visit to a cemetery for our kids - we’d been concerned they might be too young (10-12) but they responded very well with some really touching thoughts and questions.
I think it really drove home the messages they had picked up of the scale...More
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Don't know if this is a bit late, but we stayed in the Premier Classe in Bayeux, about €42 a night for a room (didn't bother with breakfast but I've heard it's good). It's clean and comfortable and about 10 minutes walk from... More
Don't know if this is a bit late, but we stayed in the Premier Classe in Bayeux, about €42 a night for a room (didn't bother with breakfast but I've heard it's good). It's clean and comfortable and about 10 minutes walk from the centre of Bayeux. Excellent base to see stuff from.