Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Private Tour: Bayeux Sightseeing and Caen Day Trip from Bayeux
"After a pickup from your Bayeux hotel in the morning start your full-day tour by discovering the historical town with your private guide. Founded by the Romans Bayeux was later one of the major towns of the Dukedom of Normandy.Your first stop is Bayeux Cathedral built in the 11th century at the request of the unpopular Earl of Kent Odo who was also the Bishop of Bayeux and William the Conqueror’s half-brother. Next visit Bayeux Tapestry Museum to view the impressive Bayeux Tapestry
From EUR85.00
 
Private Tour: Caen Sightseeing and Bayeux Day Trip from Caen
"Start your full-day tour with a pickup from your Caen hotel by minivan and then relax on the 30-minute journey to Bayeux with your private guide.Learn about the significant history of this ancient town founded by the Romans and once one of the major towns of the Dukedom of Normandy. Visit Bayeux Cathedral built in the 11th century at the request of Odo the highly unpopular Earl of Kent who was also the Bishop of Bayeux and William the Conqueror’s half-brother. Then visit Bayeux Tapestry Museum to see the famous Bayeux Tapestry an impressive piece of art that depicts the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England.Follow your guide through Bayeux’s medieval streets that are flanked with beautiful
From EUR93.00
 
"Private Tour to Bayeux
"Private Tour to Bayeux Honfleur and Pays d' Auge from Bayeux""Departing in a minivan from Bayeux your full-day tour of the best of Normandy starts with the magnificent Bayeux Cathedral which dates from 1077 and was built in both Roman and Gothic styles. Bayeux was the first town to be liberated by the Allies at the end of World War Two and survived intact; it boasts an impressive array of architecture dating from antiquity to the Renai you will see the famous Bayeux Tapestry an embroidered cloth more than 200 feet (60 meters) long. This cloth
From EUR85.00

More General in Bayeux

Tips

Laundomat or Lavomatique

Lavomatique - Rue Marechal FochIf you are looking for a Laundromat there is one located right behind the Tourist Bureau (Rue Saint-Jean) in the main street, there is a parking area behind the tourist...
View More
Tips

Pop into the Tourist Office

There is an excellent Tourist office in Bayeux with the most helpful staff and a very well stocked selection of maps and brochuresIt is located on the corner of Rue Foch and Rue St jean/ Pont de Saint...
View More
Tips

Where Are the D-Day Invasion Beaches?

They are not in Bayeux, but are closer to small towns on or near the shore east or west of Bayeux. Only a World War II buff would know their names (or a tourist who is aVT buff). The code names of the...
View More
Tips

The town centre

The centre of Bayeux is very nice. You can see half-timbered houses like the one in the first pic, as well as other beautiful building, such as the hôtel de ville ("town hall"). I liked the streets...
View More
Tips

Arbre de la Liberté

As many other French towns and cities, also Bayeux has its arbre de la Liberté ("Freedom tree"). These trees were planted after the French revolution discarded the ancien régime in 1789 to suggest the...
View More
Tips

The Bayeux TI

Located next to a quiet canal, the Bayeux tourist information office is a great way to find a tour of the nearby Normandy beaches. Reservations can be made for same day tours or days in advance, and...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

Bayeux as Your Base

Bayeux serves as a great and logical base to explore the surrounding beaches of Normandie. Many tour companies offer tours at reasonable prices with transportation, so it is not necessary to have your...
View More
Tips

Old Bayeux

These photos show the old part of Bayeux, where the houses have flowers, watermills and wash-tubs. It is a very suggestive area of the town.
View More
Tips

WATERWHEELS

I may have been looking in the wrong places but I cant remember ever seeing a waterwheel actually working before and in Bayeux I saw two !This one was near the building housing the tapestry
View More

Top Hotels in Bayeux

Hotels
21 rue Saint Patrice, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14400, France
Show Prices
Hotels
14 - 16 rue Saint Jean, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14400, France
Show Prices
Hotels
9, Rue Tardif, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14 4000, France
Show Prices
Hotels
8 Place du Calvaire, Pont-L'Eveque, Basse-Normandie, 14130, France
Show Prices
Hotels
117 Rue Saint Patrice, Rond Point de Vaucelles, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14400, France
Show Prices
Hotels
Chemin de la Gambette, Bayeux, France
Show Prices

Top Things to Do in Bayeux

Things to Do

Cathedrale Notre Dame

A Norman-Romanesque cathedral started in the 11th century but mainly built in the 13th, surprised us in Bayeux. We were so concentrated in WW2 remains, and so short in time, that we didn't even...
View More
Things to Do

Tapestry - Tapisserie

1000 years old tapestry is 70 m long and is unique in its kind. Admission is 9 euro with headphones in your language included. The tapestry is an illustrated narrative of the conquest of England in...
View More
Things to Do

Walking

There are a number of old houses in Bayeux. In a separate tip we depict the House of Adam and Eve (which houses a lace museum). You go by the Cathedral and then on to the Deanery (once the Bishop's...
View More
Things to Do

Musee de la Tapisserie

The famous Bayeux tapestry is still there. The almost 1.000 year old tapestry that is absolutely unique in it's kind, can be admired at the Centre Guillaume le Conquérant (centre William the...
View More
Cristian_Uluru's Profile Photo

Cristian_Uluru

"The wonderful town of Bayeux"
View Member
jakiline's Profile Photo

jakiline

"BAYEUX, still a medieval city"
View Member
ExGuyParis's Profile Photo

ExGuyParis

"Bayeux: City of Conquest"
View Member
LoriPori's Profile Photo

LoriPori

"BAYEUX AND NORMANDY"
View Member
hquittner's Profile Photo

hquittner

"Untouched in the Eye of the Storm"
View Member