Normandy D-Day Excursion
Escape from your hotel or apartment in Paris with your private chauffeur driven vehicle for a two-hour drive to Normandy. First stop will be the scenic coastline to see the beaches Omaha, and the American cemetery and museum in Coleville-sur-Mer. See the preserved costal defence batteries of Longues and Arromanches and the artificial harbour built for D-Day. Visit Pointe du Hoc where US rangers scaled the cliffs.
Discover the medieval village of Bayeux with your chauffeured car service to see the famous 11th century Bayeux Tapestry illustrating the conquest of England by William, Duke of Normandy.
You will leave the historical Normandy coast and cross the Normandy region to reach the world famous Mont St. Michel, UNESCO World Heritage site, dubbed the “wonder of the western world”. Explore this impressive medieval fortress and wander along the cobblestone streets, whilst you make your way to the gothic abbey built in the 11th century.
If you have some time for a gourmet dinner (Lunch) and want to experience some ancestral savoir faire, then visit ‘La Mère Poulard’ and enjoy a unique meal you will never forget. But shhh it’s our little secret...
Auvers-sur-Oise & Giverny– Impressionist Tours
Immerse in the last 70 days of Vincent Van Gogh, Auvers-sur-Oise is the resting place of one of the world’s most famous painters. Your private chauffeur will drive you in comfort and style to the Auberge Ravoux located in the heart of the village. This historical French landmark is truly remarkable and worth the visit. the magnificent church Notre dame d’Auvers built in the XII century and immortalized by the painter. You will feel the special atmosphere of this place where nature has been remaining as it was in the beginning of the XX century. Pass by the cemetery where Vincent and Theo Van Gogh are buried.
Leave Van Gogh for the renowned Impressionist master Claude Monet.
Your executive car service will drive you to Giverny for 45mn.
Located in Normandy, the village is world-wide known for Claude MONET’s house and atelier. His most ambitious project was to create a garden with lily ponds, which caused discontent among some local people, as it involved shifting the course of a stream. Monet was not seeking specific inspiration with this new plan, but once the ponds were flourishing, they led to his very finest paintings – Les Nymphéas, a series loved across the planet, and that put little Giverny on the world map.
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