Accessible Normandy Guided Tours
Sprawled across the northwestern corner of France, you will find the beautiful region of Normandy – a unique, tranquil gem with a stunning natural beauty that once inspired Maupassant and Monet! While Normandy boasts of a breathtaking coastline of varied beaches, picturesque green fields with cattle and white-chalk cliffs, it is also the home to many historical, well-kept WWII battleground sites that testifies of the brutal past of the area. There are several major French cities in Normandy, including Rouen, Caen and Bayeux with WWII sites scattered all around, which makes this an ideal place for an accessible driving tour. Visit Utah Beach, Omaha Beach, and Sainte-Mere-Eglise, and experience the Pointe du Hoc Ranger Monument where more than 600 tons of bombs were dropped during WWII! Our accessible Normandy tours are available from Paris, Bayeux or Le Havre, and conducted by local, professional guides with extensive experience in touring with disabled clients. The routes used are fully wheelchair friendly which makes for easy navigation between the attractions.
Enjoy a beautiful wheelchair friendly walking tour of the picturesque city founded by William the Conqueror, Caen. On this 2.5 hour accessible stroll around the historic center of the city, your professional private English speaking guide will share fascinating commentary and anecdotes as you pass by impressive architecture including castles and churches, charming city squares and other Caen highlights including the unique half-timber framed townhouses. Have your camera ready!
This D-Day Normandy Accessible Driving Tour takes you to all the must see WWII sites scattered across the beautiful Normandy region. You won’t just be snapping pictures and admiring historical sights from your van, you will be making several stops to get out and experience them up close, while your professional, local guide enthusiastically explain and share the significance and history of each place with you.
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