Private Normandy D-Day Tour


A private day trip from Paris to Normandy to experience the D-Day landing beaches

Price: Standard pricing for 4 people is $335 a person with 2nd class roundtrip rail from Paris to Bayeux included.  Add $44 per person for 1st class rail. Note: Minimum 4 people per booking.

Below is our standard private Normandy tour from Paris.  These are typical highlights, but it is your day. We will customize your private Normandy tour to fit your tastes and budget. Arrive in Bayeux in the morning via mainline rail from Paris Gare St. Lazare, the first or second train of the day, your choice.  Our friendly guide will greet you at the rail station with your name on a sign. You’ll visit Saint Mare Eglise, site of the famous airborne drops, Utah and Omaha Beach, the artificial harbor at Arromanches, the German gun battery at Longues-Sur-Mer, the Pointe du Hoc, and of course, the American Military Cemetery at Colleville-Sur-Mer. Lunch isn’t included in the standard tour, but time is set aside at your discretion for a meal along the coast. 

American soldiers buried at the American military cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer.
American soldiers buried at the American military cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer.

The above itinerary is our most popular, but we can plan anything you like.  Perhaps Band of Brothers is your thing? Then we can add the crash site of the C47 #66, Marmion’s farm, Brecourt Manor, Drop Zone D and more.  How about a cider tasting?  A gourmet lunch?  A visit to the Memorial de Caen museum?

A German gun battery at Longues Sur Mer, France.
A German gun battery at Longues Sur Mer, France.

Many clients like to stay overnight in Bayeux or Caen.  If you are one of them, let us know and we’ll arrange a charming 3 star or impressive 5 star for you.  Whether driving from Paris in a private van or being met at the Bayeux train station in Normandy, Link Paris provides custom private D-Day touring options at a competitive price. 

After 18 years of planning custom tours to Normandy, there isn’t much we haven’t planned for 2 or 50.

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Why we love Normandy – What was once a humble region for fishing and apple growing somehow became the staging ground for victory in WWII.  I was overwhelmed by being right on the coast where the tide of World War II changed forever.  My touring day started with a little hail (in April) and finished with a bright blue sky and wild winds.  An amazing day. – Laura
*We always go green when we can