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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
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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
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"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
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The Museum of Art and History Baron Gérard (MAHB)

The building dates from between the 11th and 16th centuries and was formerly the Bishop's Palace, protected now as an Historic Monument.. For some years it had housed the Baron Gerard Art and History...
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Treat Yourself To A Great Guide

I have read every book I could about the Normandy invasion. I am better than average with a map. So I felt well prepared to find my own way as I toured Normandy. After just a few hours it became clear...
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Musee de la Bataille de Normandie

As Bayeux was the first town liberated and protected a special museum was established to describe the Battle of Normandy between June 7th and August 29th.This is an excellent museum, with a good 25...
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Liberation Memorial - General De Gaulle Visit

You'll find this striking bas relief, sculptured by M Lamourdedieu on one of the roundabouts of Bayeux. It commemorates the D-Day landings and the visit of General De Gaulle on 14th June 1944. In the...
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Looking for flowers in Bayeux

Look for flowers in Bayeux. Bauty is where flowers are. You may find them in the windows of a house, on river side, and in the Cathedral. No matter where flowers are, they embrace objects with beauty...
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What most people come to see

Probably most people who have ever even heard of Bayeux did so in conjunction with its largest tourist attraction, the Bayeux Tapestry which was made to commemorate the Norman Conquest of England in...
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Mulberries

"Mulberries" are artificial harbors created at Arromanches (Gold Beach) and St Laurent (Omaha Beach). These artificial harbors were conceived because the Germans knew the Allies would need a...
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Take Stroll Along The Canal

The center of Bayeux is Bisected with a canal. All along it’s edge there are wonderful paths. It is traffic free and is very peaceful. There are parks, gardens and benches all along the way. There are...
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Shopping is more fun in a street market

We were renting an apartment south of Caen and our landlady told us not to miss the market in Bayeux on Saturday morning. It was her favorite. So Saturday morning we dutifully breakfasted and drove to...
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Point du Hoc

By the time we made it here to Point du Hoc it was freezing and rainning pretty hard. It was interesting to see where the Germans were bunkered. Germans positioned long range guns which they aimed at...
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Normandy American Cemetery

Since planning my trip to Paris I really wanted to go to the Dday beaches. I am really glad I did. It was emotional but also very inspiring. We did a day trip out here and it was so worth it. The...
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Bayeux British & Commonwealth Cemetery

This is the largest British WWII cemetery in France. It contains over 4,000 graves - 3,395 from the United Kingdom.The place is beautifully maintained and is a peaceful spot to walk around with your...
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World War II's Gold Beach

Gold Beach, in the area around the village of Arromanches. is mostly low and flat with houses built right up to the edge of the water. Outside of town, there are many steep cliffs that British...
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You won't get bored in Bayeux !

There is PLENTY to see in and around Bayeux, even wthout a car. The town is very compact, inside the Ring Road ("Le By-Pass" to the locals), approx 1 X 2 km in size. And, contrary to popular myth, the...
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Top Hotels in Bayeux

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21 rue Saint Patrice, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14400, France
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14 - 16 rue Saint Jean, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14400, France
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9, Rue Tardif, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14 4000, France
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8 Place du Calvaire, Pont-L'Eveque, Basse-Normandie, 14130, France
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117 Rue Saint Patrice, Rond Point de Vaucelles, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, 14400, France
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Chemin de la Gambette, Bayeux, France
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"The wonderful town of Bayeux"
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jakiline

"BAYEUX, still a medieval city"
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ExGuyParis

"Bayeux: City of Conquest"
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"BAYEUX AND NORMANDY"
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"Untouched in the Eye of the Storm"
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