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Paris & Normandy Tour(08Days/07Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at the airport

Stay Freely at France

In the evening cruise to Vernon & Stay Night in there

Day 02

Monet’s Muses

Though originally a showcase for pieces from the First Empire, the nature of the museum's collection began to change with two major donations. In 1957, Victorine Donop de Monchy gave the museum an important collection of Impressionist works that had belonged to her father, Doctor Georges de Bellio, physician to Manet, Monet, Pissarro, Sisley and Renoir, and an early supporter of the Impressionist movement. In 1966, Claude Monet's second son, Michel Monet, left the museum his own collection of his father's work, thus creating the world's largest collection of Monet paintings. In 1985, Nelly Duhem, adopted daughter of the painter Henri Duhem, donated his large collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works to the museum.

Castle Courtyards

Tour of Giverny

Claude Monet's property at Giverny, left by his son to the Académie des Beaux-Arts in 1966, became a Museum opened to public visit in 1980 after completion of large-scale restoration work: the huge Nymphea's studio was restored and the precious collection of Japanese woodblock prints was displayed in several rooms, hung in the manner chosen by the master himself; the gardens were replanted as they once were. The house became a popular tourist attraction particularly in the summer when the flowers are in bloom.

The other main attraction of the village is the Museum of Impressionism Giverny, dedicated to the history of impressionism and its continuation in the Giverny art colony and along the valley of the river Seine

Bizy Castle

Walking Tour of Les Andelys

Castle ruins of Château Gaillard

Château Gaillard is a medieval castle ruin overlooking the River Seine above the commune of Les Andelys, in the French department of Eure, in Normandy. The castle was expensive to build, but the majority of the work was done in an unusually short period of time. It took just two years and, at the same time, the town of Petit Andely was constructed. Château Gaillard has a complex and advanced design, and uses early principles of concentric fortification; it was also one of the earliest European castles to use machicolations. The castle consists of three enclosures separated by dry moats, with a keep in the inner enclosure.

Cruise to Caudebec & Stay Night in there

Day 03

Walking tour at Normandy Abbeys Route

Visit Honfleur

It is especially known for its old port, characterized by its houses with slate-covered frontages, painted frequently by artists. There have been many notable artists, including, Gustave Courbet, Eugène Boudin, Claude Monet and Johan Jongkind, forming the école de Honfleur (Honfleur school) which contributed to the appearance of the Impressionist movement. The Sainte-Catherine church, which has a bell tower separate from the principal building, is the largest wooden church in France.

Stay Night in Caudebec

Day 04

Moving to Normandy

Enjoying Omaha Beach

Pointe du Hoc monument

La Pointe du Hoc is a promontory with a 35-metre (110 ft) cliff overlooking the English Channel on the northwestern coast of Normandy in the Calvados department, France.

Pointe du Hoc was the location of a series of German bunkers and machine gun posts. Prior to the invasion of Normandy, the German army fortified the area with concrete casemates and gun pits. On D-Day, the United States Army Provisional Ranger Group attacked and captured Pointe du Hoc after scaling the cliffs. United States generals including Dwight D. Eisenhower had found that the place housed artillery that could slow down nearby beach attacks.

American Cemetery

The cemetery is located on a bluff overlooking Omaha Beach and the English Channel. It covers 172.5 acres, and contains the remains of 9,388 American military dead, most of whom were killed during the invasion of Normandy and ensuing military operations in World War II. Included are graves of Army Air Corps crews shot down over France as early as 1942 and four American women.

Only some of the soldiers who died overseas are buried in the overseas American military cemeteries. When it came time for a permanent burial, the next of kin eligible to make decisions were asked if they wanted their loved ones repatriated for permanent burial in the U.S., or interred at the closest overseas cemetery.

British cemetery

Pegasus Memorial

Memorial Pegasus at Ranville in Lower Normandy is a museum and memorial to the 6th Airborne Division in the Normandy landings and particular the capture of the Caen canal and Orne river bridges.


Juno Beach Center

Bayeux Tapestry

Moving to Rouen & Stay Night in there

Day 05

Walking Tour of Rouen

Astronomical Clock

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Moving to Conflans & Stay Night in there

Day 06

City tour at Conflans & Stay Night in there

Day 07

Moving to Parise & city tour


Louvre pyramid

Ancient sites on Île de la Cité

The Left Bank

Bustling Latin Quarter

Louvre Museum

The Arc de Triomphe

The Eiffel Tower

Opéra Garnier

The famous Champs-Élysées

Stay Night in Paris

Day 08

Move back to airport

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