Accessible Travel in Normandy
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Even with an aging population interested in visiting the famous World War II sites, few tour itineraries take into account the needs of disabled travelers. Sage Traveling works with local expert guides to design and promote fully accessible tours in Normandy. Tours itineraries vary based on your interests and visit all the major historical D-day sites including Utah Beach, Normandy Beach, Point du Hoc, and Arromanches.
Which D-day sights should you see in Normandy? Are there any accessible churches or museums that you should visit? Can the Bayeux Tapestry be visited by the disabled? Our pre-planned Normandy accessible travel packages have all your answers. Packages include 1) accessible hotel accommodation, 2) accessible D-day tours, and 3) accessible transportation to and from Paris. As with all of our packages, they can be customized for your needs and preferences.
"John: We have been having a great time in France. Thought I would give you some feedback on our trip.
* The accessible van drivers to and from Normandy were terrific. Very prompt and good drivers. Trip was quite comfortable.
* The guide in Normandy was excellent. He is a recent college grad with master's degree in history specializing in WW II in France. Also born and raised in a village just off Omaha Beach. He was very knowledgeable and engaging.
* The hotel you recommended was quite nice. Room was good for handicapped, particularly bath. Front desk staff was helpful, restaurant accessible and food was good -- with sea view. Very close to other restaurants also." - Jane from Washington DC
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