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11-Day Normandy to the Bulge Tour



Join us for 11 days of special focus on the Battle of Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge. We begin by visiting all five D-Day landing beaches, then trace the Allied advance further into Normandy to explore the triumph of seizing Saint Lo despite the perilous terrain of the hedgerows, and the Allied attempt to close the Falaise Gap. From Normandy we move to Belgium, where we visit Battle of the Bulge sites related to the encirclement of Bastogne and the Malmedy Massacre before paying a visit to Luxembourg’s American Cemetery where General Patton was laid to rest.

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  • Jul 21, 2018 - Jul 31, 2018
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Single supplement : $650
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  • Apr 20, 2019 - Apr 30, 2019
    Oct 12, 2019 - Oct 22, 2019
Single supplement : $650


  • 10 nights’ accommodation at 4-star hotels
  • 10 breakfasts 9 lunches 10 dinners
  • Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages
  • 1 glass of beer/wine at lunch and dinner
  • Welcome drink and tour orientation
  • Airport transfers on first and last day of tour
  • Luxury coach transportation
  • Local expert guiding
  • 24/7 tour manager
  • All museum admissions
  • Free Wi-Fi on bus and at hotels
  • Tour-assist headsets
  • Online access to personalized My Trip account
  • All taxes and credit card fees
  • All departures guaranteed


  • Passengers are greeted at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris and transferred by coach to Normandy. In the evening there is an introduction to the tour and a chance for the passengers to introduce themselves over a welcome drink.

  • The day starts with a visit to Dead Man’s Corner Museum in St-Come-du-Mont with an opportunity to buy authentic and replica WWII items. We stop at the monument near Brecourt Manor, site of Easy Company’s famous assault on a German artillery position. The afternoon features visits to Utah Beach and Sainte-Mere-Eglise.

  • We begin the day with a visit to Omaha Beach and the Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer. The day continues with a trip to Pointe du Hoc, where Rudder’s Rangers ascended the steep cliffs to take out the long-range artillery firing on the landing beaches.

  • The day begins with a trip to Longues-sur-Mer, the only German battery in Normandy with the guns still in place. We then travel to the town of Arromanches-les-Bains where we visit the Circular Cinema and Gold Beach with its remnant Mulberry Harbor. In the afternoon we stop at Juno and Sword beaches, and we cross Pegasus Bridge.

  • In the morning we visit Mont Saint-Michel and its sites. In the afternoon we explore sites related to Patton’s advance in the Avranches area. On our way back to the hotel we stop in Saint-Lo.

  • The day starts with a drive to where the German Army slipped through the Falaise Gap. We start with William the Conqueror's castle in Falaise, and in the afternoon we explore the Memorial de Montormel, a monument commemorating the fighting that chased the Germans from France.

  • After breakfast in Normandy we travel to Belgium. Passengers enjoy onboard entertainment and have regular stops on the way.

  • In the morning we tour the sites of the Battle of the Bulge. We stop at the Mardasson Monument, which pays tribute to the Allied resolve during this critical period. The foxholes of Bois Jacques highlight the morning itinerary. After lunch we visit the Bastogne War Museum.

  • We spend this day exploring the northern arc of the Bulge. We travel to Malmedy, La Gleize and Stavelot, where we follow the advance and demise of Colonel Jochen Peiper’s Kampfgruppe and pay witness to the atrocities committed by SS troops.

  • The day starts off with travel to the Luxembourg American Cemetery, the final resting place of many 101st paratroopers as well as General George S. Patton. In the afternoon we explore the Diekirch National Military History Museum of Luxembourg, the world’s largest collection of World War II items and installations.

  • After saying goodbye our guests are brought to Frankfurt’s airport for their return flights.