Canadian Normandy D-Day Tour

A Canadian and French flag flying together at Bernieres-sur-Mer.

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A One Day Trip from Paris to follow in the Canadians’ footsteps at Normandy

Price: $198 per person ($300 with 2nd Class Rail, $342 with 1st Class Rail).

See the Canadian sector of the Normandy D-Day Landing beaches. Depart Paris in the morning and return via rail the same evening.

Currently the Canadian Normandy D-Day Tour is only available every Tuesday. The Canadian Normandy option can run any day for groups of four or more.

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Canadian Normandy D-Day Tour Itinerary

Upon arriving in Bayeux, you’ll meet your guide in the rail station. Then it is off to the Canadian sectors of the D-Day landing beaches for a guided tour.  Transportation is provided in an air-conditioned vehicle. 8 persons maximum per tour.

Canadian Normandy D-Day Tour: An information placard at the Juno Beach Centre in Normandy, France.
An information placard at the Juno Beach Centre in Normandy, France.

The Canadian Normandy D-Day Tour includes a visit to the following important D-Day sites:

  1. Bernières-sur-Mer – The tiny village of Bernières-sur-Mer was liberated street by street in heavy hand to hand fighting on June 6, 1944 by the Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada unit.
  2. Juno Beach – The main landing area where Canadian troops embarked in Normandy.
  3. Juno Beach Centre in Courseulles-sur-Mer – Dedicated on June 6, 2003, the Juno Beach Centre in Courseulles is the most important stop on our Canadian Normandy d-day Tour. The center reflects the passionate vision of Canadian D-Day veteran Garth Webb. Mr. Webb wanted the sacrifice of Canadians in France to be commemorated and celebrated at the Centre.
  4. Canadian Cemetery in Bény-sur-Mer/Reviers – Canadian soldiers who died on D-day and the ensuing months are buried at the Canadian Cemetery at Bény-sur-Mer. Over 2,000 men lie buried here. The land is a permanent concession from the French government to Canada.
  5. A guided visit of Abbaye d’Ardenne – The Abbaye d’Ardenne is the solemn site of the execution of over 160 Canadian troops on June 6 and 7, 1944. The soldiers were captured by the Germans then interrogated and, contravening the Geneva Conventions, shot rather than held prisoner.

The Canadian Normandy D-Day Tour Includes:

  • Pick-up at the Bayeux railway station in the morning by a bilingual guide.
  • Guided tour of the Canadian D-Day landing beaches.
  • Time for lunch set aside, cost not included.
  • option to add short Bayeux Tapestry tour/visit.
  • Drop-off at the Bayeux railway station in the early evening for the return trip to Paris 

Canadian Normandy Sightseeing Tours – More Information

If not booking your rail through LinkParis.com, please do not book your train tickets until rail times are confirmed by us. The exact train schedule and pick up time at the Caen rail station will always be confirmed by our reservation department when booking. You will arrive back in Paris around 9:00 pm in low season (October – March) and 10:00 pm in high season (April – September).

Our standard D-Day Tour from Paris focused on the American sector is available every day.

Reviews of Link Paris:

My son and I took [this trip] from Paris to Normandy and it was absolutely outstanding. This is a must do while in Paris.

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