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Normandy D-Day Beaches & American Cemetery Trip with Lunch from Paris
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Normandy D-Day Beaches & American Cemetery Trip with Lunch from Paris

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If you’re interested in World War II history, don’t let limited time in Paris stop you from visiting the Normandy D-Day battlefields and beaches. On this guided tour from Paris, visit Memorial de Caen, the American Military Cemetery, and Omaha Beach. Entrance fees are included to save you the hassle of planning out all the details. You can also upgrade for hotel pickup and drop-off and lunch for a seamless experience.
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dunadan wrote a review Jul 2020
Lynnwood, Washington2,413 contributions462 helpful votes
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This was our first stop on our day-trip out to see the D-Day memorials and sights, and it was a fine introduction to what we were going to see later that day. The engineering expertise and planning that went into ensuring the supply lines to support the Allied trips in their invasion of Europe often gets overlooked, but without it, the divisions and armies that liberated the continent wouldn't have gotten far. There are several other memorials on this bluff, all worth exploring, and the views are incredible, even more so when you consider what this area must have been like 75 years ago. Truly awe-inspiring, and sobering.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Jul 2019
Manresa, Spain8,032 contributions729 helpful votes
Memorial Royal Engineers is a memorial dedicated to engineers, who helped in the disembarkation of the Britain Army in the 2nd World War, in Arremanches-sur-Mer and surroundings, in the coast of Normandy, in the North of France. It is located in the surroundings of the city, where you can see some object used in this moment like tanks. Also, from here, you can see beautiful views of the cliffs, which are near the town. Nice. (see also Les Falaises d'Arromanches, Remains Mulberry Harbour, Musee di debarquement, and Kunstlicher Hafen)
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Adventurers049 wrote a review Jul 2019
Brisbane, Australia2,630 contributions771 helpful votes
We all owe so much to these wonderful engineers. If it wasn't for them, where would we be now? Such dedication deserves our best thanks.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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nnmercman wrote a review Jun 2019
Camberley, United Kingdom12,273 contributions1,351 helpful votes
My son in law was a Sapper and it’s easy to forget just how much the success of the landings depended on the Royal Engineers getting the temporary harbours in place, completing bridging work, track laying, carrying out bomb disposal work and generally supporting the invasion before, during and afterwards. 87,000 RE personnel had landed on mainland Europe before the end of 1944 and over 6,000 officers and men had been killed between D Day and end of the war. The memorial is prominently situated on the hill above Arromanches and is a fitting tribute.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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IanFIH wrote a review Jun 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom227 contributions112 helpful votes
Situated on the cliff top above Arromanche this memorial is a reminder of the price paid by the men of the Royal Engineers. Parking is available nearby and access for wheelchairs is very good.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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