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Giverny: Monet’s House and Gardens Skip-the-Line Tour

1. Giverny: Monet’s House and Gardens Skip-the-Line Tour

Stroll the streets of the charming village of Giverny and discover the grave of Claude Monet in the churchyard. Then, skip the long lines to Monet's house and gardens to hear the story of the artist's life and how he led the Impressionist movement from the village between 1883 and 1926. Learn how artists such as John Singer Sargent, Paul Cézanne and Mary Cassatt joined him in the sleepy village to form an unofficial artists’ colony. Be enchanted by the ponds and gardens that inspired his paintings, and see the Japanese bridge and lilies of the Oriental water garden. Savor the scent of flowers in season, such as wild roses, hollyhocks, poppies and honeysuckle.  Admire the water lilies and weeping willows, instantly recognizable from his classic paintings and look inside the thatched roof house to find the cheerful kitchen and his collection of 18th and 19th century Japanese prints.

Deauville: Private Guided Tour by Vintage Sidecar

2. Deauville: Private Guided Tour by Vintage Sidecar

Discover the best of the historic town of Deauville during a private guided tour onboard a vintage sidecar. Embrace the fresh air and hear about the history and the anecdotes of the area, its architecture, Deauville’s way of life, and the secrets known only from its inhabitants. Start your visit just in front of Deauville’s tourist office, or if you prefer, be picked up at your hotel in Deauville or Trouville.

Giverny: Monet's House and Gardens Guided Tour

3. Giverny: Monet's House and Gardens Guided Tour

Escape the busy city and visit the enchanting home and gardens of the famous impressionist painter Claude Monet. Stroll through the beautifully landscaped gardens with your knowledgeable guide and learn more about the flora as well as the importance of the gardens in Monet's paintings.  Meet with your small group and your guide before entering the gardens. First, visit the water garden with the water lilies that inspired many of his paintings and then the 'Clos Normand'. Your guide will point out different species of flowers and features of the garden. As you wander through the gardens and visit Monet's house also learn more about Claude Monet's life, and why he became the master of impressionism.  At the end of the tour, you can stay longer to stroll on your own or take a look in the big gift shop before you exit. From early spring till the first days of November, Monet's gardens are a fairy of colors and fragrances. Feel free to ask your guide about the picturesque village of Giverny and what more there is to see.

Caen: Memorial Museum Entrance Ticket

4. Caen: Memorial Museum Entrance Ticket

Discover one of Europe's leading memorial centres and experience the dark chapters of 20th Century history with this entrance ticket to the Caen Memorial. Learn about the events of World War II that destroyed most of Caen, the tribulation of occupation, and the joy of liberation as you walk through the numerous exhibits. Step into the museum and begin your visit with a film about D-Day to understand the events that took place during World War II. Find out how Normandy and the 100 days following the invasion of Normandy changed the course of history. Walk through the various fascinating exhibits spanning from the end of the First World War to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Discover original battle artefacts, historical documents, film and audio testimonies. Pause to reflect on peace and gain unique perspectives to understand the world and its transformations. To wrap up your experience, make your way to the three memorial gardens dedicated to the three allied forces that helped liberate France. Take a break at one of the museum's two on-site restaurants or pack a picnic on the museum lawn.

Pont-l'Évêque: Calvados Experience Entry with Tastings

5. Pont-l'Évêque: Calvados Experience Entry with Tastings

Set in the oldest Calvados Maison, Calvados Père Magloire, your visit to the Calvados Experience will take you on an immersive and interactive journey of the history of Normandy as it intertwines with the history of Calvados. Finish your tour with a tasting of the appellation controlled apple brandy. During your experience, you will live the history of Normandy, from the Vikings until now. Learn more about the humble apple, the origin of Calvados, and its production throughout the centuries. This is a fully immersive experience and you will see, hear, feel, smell along the tour. After, enjoy a tasting of the exquisite drink and understand how it has become culinary heritage. At the end of your tour, you will also have the opportunity to purchase from the superb collection of Calvados brands available.

From Paris: Normandy D-Day Beaches Day Trip

6. From Paris: Normandy D-Day Beaches Day Trip

Enjoy a full-day trip from Paris to the D-Day Beaches in Normandy in the company of a guide, who'll bring these historic sites to life. Learn about the military operation, and visit the American Cemetery, Arromanches, and Juno Beach. Board the air-conditioned coach in central Paris and get set to enjoy a unique day in Normandy. Relax and admire the beautiful landscapes of the French countryside. Visit the well-known American Cemetery at Saint Laurent. Explore this 170-acre site that features 9,387 white marble headstones lined up perfectly across the grass, a memorial, a chapel, and the Garden of the Missing. Follow a small trail down to Omaha Beach, too. The next stop is in Arromanches, a historic town known for its artificial port that was built to assist the Normandy landings. On D-Day, the harbor saw the unloading of almost 10,000 tons of equipment. You can still make out the floating reinforced concrete Phoenix constructions in the water. Before returning to Paris, make a short stop near sandy Juno Beach and its cemetery, one of the key D-Day landing beaches for Canadian troops on June 6, 1944. Get the opportunity to see everyday objects from life under occupation, maps, and models of military vehicles, as well as film screenings recreating the emotions of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.

From Bayeux: Half-Day Normandy WWII Sidecar Tour

7. From Bayeux: Half-Day Normandy WWII Sidecar Tour

Picture yourself with the wind in your hair, riding in our retro sidecar with your Gentleman Sider by your side. You will discover the historical sites that changed the course of history, from Gold Beach and its artificial port to Longues-sur-Mer and its German battery, and not forgetting Omaha Beach and its military cemetery and if time allows, we will also introduce you to the remarkable Pointe du Hoc. Your passionate guide, knowledgeable about the history of World War II, will tell you interesting anecdotes and fascinating facts throughout the tour. And who knows, they might even teach you a few words in French! But that's not all! Imagine yourself taking unforgettable selfies in this iconic vehicle that attracts admiring glances and smiles wherever you go. In summary, this private vintage sidecar tour on the D-Day beaches is a unique experience that combines history, adventure, and fun. So get ready to live an exceptional moment that you will never forget! This tour is perfect for solo travelers, couples, families, or groups of friends, as each sidecars can accommodate up to 2 passengers (one person behind our guide/pilot and one person in the sidecar basket).

Rouen: Private custom tour with a local guide

8. Rouen: Private custom tour with a local guide

Rouen can sometimes feel inaccessible to foreign visitors. Take the mystery out of your visit by exploring with a local on a private, customized tour. Your guide contacts you beforehand to get a feel for your interests and tastes to ensure that you only visit the places you are interested in. As you explore the city, your guide shares insights into local life forming a clearer picture of Rouen's culture. - Private tour for just you and your group - Your guide customizes your tour to your interests and personality - Get a deeper insight into Rouen life than possible alone - See Rouen through the eyes of a local and discover its hidden gems Choose from 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8-hour tour options.

From Paris: Private Normandy D-Day Beaches Tour

9. From Paris: Private Normandy D-Day Beaches Tour

Depart from your hotel in Paris and then, after 2.5 hours driving, arrive at Colleville Cemetery. Nearly, 9387 American soldiers died during the landing and you will see the perfectly aligned gravestones across this expansive green lawn. The Cemetery visitor center is also very helpful if you wish to know more about the details of Operation Overlord. Omaha Beach was the code name for one of the five sectors of the Allied invasion. the beach is just under the cemetery and was the theater of one of the most intense periods of fighting. The beach was nicknamed the Bloody Beach. You will stop by Arromanche, the seaside city which was a priority target of Allied troops. You will be able to have lunch at one of the restaurants that your driver will recommend to you. To end the visit, you will be driven to Pointe du Hoc. Symbolizing the courage of the young American soldiers involved in its storming, the famous Pointe du Hoc was one of the strongest German fortifications and was taken by force on the morning of 6th June by Colonel Rudder’s Rangers. The site, full of emotional memories, has been completely redeveloped; its impressive appearance bears witness to the intensity of the battle which took place here. You will then return to Paris.

Deauville: Private Walking Tour with a Local in French

10. Deauville: Private Walking Tour with a Local in French

Let's discover together Deauville for nearly 2h15. We will address all subjects including the history of Deauville through period photos and anecdotes, to understand its development. I will give you the keys to better understand the architecture that sublimates the seaside resorts of the Côte Fleurie. A few notes:The non-sporting visit is commented in French.I can also offer you a guided tour of Honfleur, Trouville sur mer, Touques, Villers sur mer, Dives sur mer and Cabourg. About me:Born in Deauville, raised in Trouville sur mer, passionate bicycle dealer, I have been guiding for more than 10 years on the Côte Fleurie by bike, on foot or by car. I adapt to individuals as well as professionals and event organizers. I will be delighted to make you discover via tailor-made tours the cities in which I live and work every day! I am now a certified tour guide.

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based on 218 reviews

It was a much smaller group compared to the other tours going on. The guide was friendly and intelligent about not only the house and gardens but also the town itself.

Wonderful tour of the Normandy D Day beaches. Our guide was very informative and interesting.

Our guide was very knowledgeable and considerate (we have slight mobility issues).

Excellent tour, guide was on time and very knowledgeable. I recommend this tour

Long day but you get to see a lot. And pickup/drop off in Paris was simple.