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From Paris: 2-Day Normandy & Brittany Tour

1. From Paris: 2-Day Normandy & Brittany Tour

Discover the historic D-Day Beaches on a 2-day trip around the stunning French regions of Normandy and Brittany. Detailed Itinerary Day 1: Paris - Caen (Meals: D) Take the Normandy motorway and make your first stop at Rouen for a walking tour in the old town before continuing to Honfleur. On the way between Rouen and Honfleur, enjoy a view of the newly built Pont de Normandie, a cable-stayed bridge. Take free time for lunch once in Honfleur, then continue to the beaches of Normandy and pass by the landing area at Omaha Beach. Visit the American cemetery of Saint-Laurent, stop off in Arromanches, and then continue on for dinner and an overnight stay at Novotel Caen (or similar). Day 2: Caen - Paris (Meals: B) Leave Caen in the direction of Saint-Malo located in the Brittany region. Take a guided tour of the town, including a walk along the ramparts and the cathedral. After free time for lunch, depart for Mont-Saint-Michel, the frontier between the Brittany and Normandy regions. Continue your afternoon with a guided visit of the abbey and free time for strolling and shopping, before returning to Paris.

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Saint-Malo: Dinan, Fort la Latte, & Cap Fréhel Private Tour

2. Saint-Malo: Dinan, Fort la Latte, & Cap Fréhel Private Tour

Embark on an off the beaten path private tour of Brittany. Discover the historic Saint-Malo, wander through the small medieval town of Dinan, stop at Cancale for tasty seafood, and explore the medieval fortress at Fort la Latte, set on a rock facing the Atlantic Ocean. Start your guided journey in Saint-Malo. Visit the battlements and the old city where you will learn about the story of the privateers R. Duguay-Trouin and R. Surcouf. Next, go see the forts and hear the story of the Corsaire, the famous pirates which caused so much trouble to the English merchant ships. Continue to Cancale, the French capital for fresh oysters, for a delicious seafood lunch. Afterward, drive to the lovely medieval city of Dinan. Founded by the Lords of Dinan in 1040 and nestled by the Rance River, Dinan was one of the most important market towns of France until the 17th Century. Lastly, travel to the Cap Fréhel to visit Fort la Latte. Admire the medieval fortress facing the ocean, which protected St Malo for centuries. Kirk Douglas and Tony Curtis fought on top of this castle for the 1958 movie " Vikings".

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What people are saying about Saint-Malo

Kowledgable, experienced guides.

I particularly appreciated the social, architectural and historical knowledge of our guide. Her knowledge of of the sites we visited was truly impressive. I was a little disappointed in the fact that even though our 2 day tour was a tour of 25 guests, we were integrated with another tour (different language) of 25 for bus transportation. This necessitated all information presented while traveling on the bus between sites to be heard twice in two different languages. But it was still an excellent tour, with excellent overnight accommodations. I had to change my tour date after booking the tour and the customer service agents (telephone) were very accommodating. Good customer service and good flexibility. Good value overall.

A flawless experience!

You really feel like you've seen Normandy after this tour, and the taste of Brittany leaves you wanting more! The guide was very friendly, funny and welcoming, and, being from Normandy herself, she was very knowledgeable. Not only did I learn a lot about the history of France, and Europe, I was also enlightened in regards to Norman traditions and the French way of life. Furthermore, as someone who didn't really know where she was going and was overwhelmed by the amount of things to see in Normandy and Brittany, I was grateful to be in the hands of an expert. I had a much better experience than I could have planned on my own!

My primary objective was to visit Normandy WWII memorials. I would have gladly passed up extended visits to small towns, wonderful towns though they were, in favor of spending more time at Omaha beach, the American cemetery and the British memorial.

It's worth it, I'll take it again

Very good collective, hotel and food. The guide must carry an umbrella, but open, it can be a tall flag, which is seen would devote another hour to honfleur and one less elsewhere

Intersting and enjoyable !

Enjoyed the trip The guides were very friendly and explained the history of france in a wonderful way ! Thanks