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Book 6N Paris and Normandy, France Vacation. Take a fairytale holiday to Paris, a bucket list destination with stunning landscapes and breathtaking nature's bounty. Our 6-night 7-day tour of Paris and Normandy includes a discovery of Paris and its iconic attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées and more. Explore the Monet landscapes and the famous Normandy beaches along with other sightseeing attractions in our well-planned itinerary. We accommodate you in 5-star luxury on the tour, provide free breakfast, Arabic Meals , airport transfers, Arabic-speaking local guides and more. Book today!
Welcome to Paris! Upon arrival at the Paris CDG Airport, meet our friendly representative. Transfer to your hotel by private vehicle. You are in the global centre of Europe’s art, fashion & cultural endeavours.
Overnight stay in Paris Hotel.
After a delicious breakfast, begin your discovery of Paris, the City of Light. Experience the famous attractions as we drive past the iconic sights such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées. Continue to the romantic Ile de la Cité to explore the stunning Sainte-Chapelle and its extensive stained-glass collection dating to the 13th century. We then join a local culinary expert to gather fine cheeses, meats, pastries and wines from a handpicked lineup of authentic Parisian shops for a picnic-style lunch. Paris and its sights can be overwhelming. Overnight stay in Hotel.
Today after breakfast we visit the Louvre which was originally the royal residence of the kings of France. The sprawling Louvre is widely renowned as the world's greatest art museum, its mesmerizing collection spanning early antiquity to the mid-19th century. Discover its many unique masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Venus de Milo, and many more. Continue to Montmartre, a district forever associated with the Bohemian lifestyles of the late nineteenth century. Your guide leads you along winding back streets to reveal the al fresco painters’ studio of Place du Tertre, the hilltop vantage of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, the iconic marquee of the Moulin Rouge and the diminutive façade of St. Pierre church.
We then explore the Montmartre Museum, where Pierre-Auguste Renoir painted one of his most important works, the Bal du moulin de la Galette. Spend your afternoon in the former studio of painter Suzanne Valadon, and enjoy taking in fabulous views of Montmartre’s rooftops from the museum terrace.
After breakfast, we join our driver-guide for your transfer to Deauville. En route, we visit Giverny to see the house and gardens that inspired Monet. This is where Monet lived and died and is decorated in the original colour schemes Monet admired. See the famous Japanese bridge and water lily pond immortalized by the artist still to be seen in the gardens. The visit is an absolute delight where each season different flowers bloom such as the famous water lily.
Alternatively, you can choose to explore Rouen’s magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral; iconic Gros Horloge (Renaissance clock); and the infamous Place du Vieux Marché, the square where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in 1431.
Overnight at Hotel Barriere Le Normandy or similar.
Explore this morning after breakfast the historical Normandy’s coast. This is where fierce fighting of World War II’s pivotal D-Day invasions occurred. We begin at Pointe du Hoc, a towering cliff scaled by the U.S. Army Rangers, and continue east to Omaha Beach. The region bore witness to some of the invasion’s most intense combat. Interacting with local guides reveals insights from both the German and American perspectives.
Learn about Operation Aquatint, a failed 1942 British raid on the area. End the day with a poignant visit to the U.S. Military Cemetery and Interpretation Center at Colleville-Sur-Mer. This is the final resting place of over 9,300 U.S. servicemen. Overnight stay at the Hotel
Today, after breakfast we discover the Norman enclaves of Caen and Bayeux. Begin with an exploration of Caen’s historic architecture, visiting two Romanesque abbeys commissioned by William the Conqueror. We continue to the Mémorial de Caen which is a site commemorating the ongoing legacy of World War II. Enjoy a leisurely lunch and head to the medieval town of Bayeux. See the iconic Bayeux Tapestry, a 225-foot embroidery depicting William of Normandy's 1066 conquest of England.
Your excursion ends at Bayeux’s impressive Norman-Romanesque cathedral, declared sacred in 1077. Overnight stay at Hotel .
After breakfast, transfer back to the Paris airport for your departure. Carry with you everlasting memories.