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Normandy D-Day Battlefields and Beaches Day Trip

1051 Reviews

  • Location: Paris, France
  • Duration: 14 hours (approx.)
  • Tour code: 2050NP

Silent German Bunker

James L, USA, February 2009

Silent testimony nestled in a peaceful setting that once was the sight where men used such instruments and others like it to rain death on some of their brothers.

Normandy Sculpture

James L, USA, February 2009

A material structure that represents a time in history when men took action to change the course of history. It must be moving to see this sculpture at high tide. A vivid reminder on a silent stage of the horror that once laid siege on a civilized world.

Defenders of Freedom At Peace

James L, USA, February 2009

American Cemetery on the high rise above the Normandy beaches. One cannot escape the loneliness that must have been felt by the men whose lives are marked by these simple but moving white crosses. The chills remain within for a long time after one strolls these grounds honoring so many of splendor under the grass.

Look Me in the Eye

James L, USA, February 2009

A German big-gun takes a long rest after a busy time decades before. A silent reminder that awakens many thoughts in the minds of those who witness its peaceful rest. How many shells left this chamber and how many men breathed their last breath as a result.

Armed German Bunker

James L, USA, February 2009

A German bunker in the British and Canadian sector now sits in silence, this sentinel of death. The years have taken their toll, but the rust has not stolen the sense of its ferocity.

Omaha Beach

Scott C, USA, November 2008

Omaha Beach view from the cemetery.

Pont du Hoc bunker

Scott C, USA, November 2008

Bunker at Pont du Hoc.
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Tour code: 2050NP