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This WW II Tour itinerary will help you explore through the battlefields of Europe from London to the Normandy Beach and then Paris. Definitely, the travelers will cherish memories of a lifetime.

This WW II Tour itinerary will help you explore through the battlefields of Europe from London to the Normandy Beach and then Paris. Definitely, the travelers will cherish memories of a lifetime.
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  • London to Paris with the Normandy Beaches
  • Day 1 Imperial War Museum London Fronted by a pair of intimidating 15in naval guns, this riveting museum is housed in what was once Bethlehem Royal Hospital, also known as Bedlam. Although the museum's focus is on military action involving British or Commonwealth troops during the 20th century, it rolls out the ...
  • Day 1 Churchill War Rooms London Situated within the Cabinet War Rooms, the Churchill Museum contains multi-media displays and cutting edge technology to tell the story of Winston Churchill. One of the key features of the museum is a 15 metre long interactive table which allows visitors to access detailed inform ...
  • Day 2 Hendon London Hendon was historically a civil parish in the county of Middlesex. The manor is described in Domesday. but the name, 'Hendun' meaning 'at the highest hill', is earlier. There is even evidence of Roman settlement discovered by the Hendon and District Archaeological Society and oth ...
  • Day 2 Royal Airforce Museum London The Royal Air Force Museum London offers a fun, enthralling day out for the whole family: and, best of all, admission is free.With over 100 aircraft on site, nowhere else in London enables you to get close to so many historic and groundbreaking aircraft without paying an entrance ...
  • Day 2 Battle of Britain Museum London With a facade like a great temple, this celebrated treasure house, filled with plunder of incalculable value and beauty from around the globe, occupies an immense Greco-Victorian building that makes a suitably grand impression. Inside are some of the greatest relics of humankind: ...
  • Day 2 D-Day Museum Portsmouth Next door to Southsea Castle, this museum, devoted to the Normandy landings, displays the Overlord Embroidery, which shows the complete story of Operation Overlord. The appliquéd embroidery, believed to be the largest of its kind. was designed by Sandra Lawrence and took 20 wome ...
  • Day 3 Royal Marines Museum Portsmouth The Royal Marines Museum, situated on the seafront at Southsea, Portsmouth, is a proud and welcoming Museum set in striking Victorian surroundings. Winner of the Tourism South East ExSEllence Best Small Visitor Attraction of the Year award, and open every day, there is something ...
  • Day 3 Royal Naval Museum Portsmouth The museum is next to Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory, and the Mary Rose, in the heart of Portsmouth's historic naval dockyard. The only museum in Britain devoted exclusively to the general history of the Royal Navy, it houses relics of Nelson and his associates, together with uni ...
  • Day 4 Pegasus Bridge Ranville The taking of Pegasus Bridge in the early hours of D-Day was a major triumph for the Allies. The control of Pegasus Bridge gave the Allies the opportunity to disrupt the Germans ability to bring in re-enforcements to the Normandy beaches, especially those that the British and Can ...
  • Day 4 Longues-sur-Mer battery Longues-sur-Mer Situated west of Arromanches-les-Bains in Normandy, Longues-sur-Mer overlooked the ocean from the top of a 65 meters height cliff, a perfect position where the Germans had installed a four 150 mm guns battery. On 6 June 1944, at 5:30 am several allied battle ships opened fire on ...
  • Day 4 Bayeux Tapestry Museum Bayeux Really a 225-foot-long embroidered scroll stitched in 1067, the Bayeux Tapestry, known in French as the Tapisserie de la Reine Mathilde. depicts, in 58 comic strip-type scenes, the epic story of William of Normandy's conquest of England in 1066, narrating Will's trials and victo ...
  • Day 5 Omaha Beach A picturesque beach where romantic tales and childhood fables could be told -a beautiful place painted with high plateaus, rocky cliffs, and sandy bluffs. It is on this beach that one of most historical accounts of perseverance, tragedy, and torture played out. It was at Omaha Be ...
  • Day 5 Normandy American Cemetery Colleville-sur-Mer The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in France is located on the site of the temporary American St. Laurent Cemetery, established by the U.S. First Army on June 8, 1944 and the first American cemetery on European soil in World War II. The cemetery site, at the north end of ...
  • Day 5 Pointe du Hoc Cricqueville-en-Bessin Located midway between Omaha Beach and Utah Beach. the Pointe du Hoc was a crucial site for the liberation of these two beaches. The Germans were careful to build a battery of shells surrounded by bunkers on top of the cliff. The 225 men of the 2nd Ranger Battalion, under the com ...
  • Day 5 Paratrooper Museum Sainte-Mère-Église Small museum but of historical value being held by the germans and americans during the war. A little over priced in my honest opinion but some may say otherwise. Not that much to see to be honest although Band of Brothers fans will like the original kit from some vets.
  • Day 6 Eiffel Tower Paris Once the tallest structure in the world, the Eiffel Tower is probably Europe's best known landmark and Paris's most famous symbol. You couldn't possibly visit Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. Even if you do not want to visit this world famous structure, you will see its top ...
  • Day 6 Les Invalides Paris Les Invalides is one of the top Paris monuments. situated close to Champs Elysees, it can be reached by crossing the beautiful Alexandre III bridge and the spacious Esplanade des Invalides. You can visit Les Invalides as part of a Paris tour. To visit Les Invalides and skip the q ...
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