The largest amphibious military operation
in history, Codenamed "Operation Neptune", often referred to as D-Day,
began shortly after midnight, on June 6th 1944, with around 156,000
allies troops landing. Among them Approximately 14,000 Canadians landed
in Normandy on D-Day, assaulting a beachfront code-named “Juno”
During this Day Trip that will take you from Paris to the coast of
France's Normandy region. You will follow in the footsteps of the brave
Canadian Troops who fought and died on the beaches of Normandy.
- Stop at the exact location where The original Pegasus Bridge used to be.
- Walk on the sands of Juno Beach in Normandy just
like the Canadian troops did in June 1944.
Visit the Juno Beach Center, the most comprehensive
museum about the Canadian landings in Normandy.
Visit 2 bunkers on Juno
Beach with an official Juno Beach Center guide and
enter 2 (closed off to the public) German bunkers on Juno Beach.
- See the famous “Canada House” on Juno Beach, said to be the first house liberated in Normandy.
- Pay your respects to the fallen Canadian soldiers at the Canadian War Cemetery in Beny-sur-Mer
- Hell’s Corner and Abbey d’Ardenne
The price includes:
- Transport by air-conditioned Vehicle
- Small Group Tour (Max. 8)
- See the Famous Pegasus Bridge and a Replica of a Horsa Glider
- See the famous “Canada House”, Liberated by the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
- Visit the Juno Beach Center and 2 (closed off to the public) German bunkers on Juno Beach.
- Entry/Admission - Juno Beach Centre
The price does not includes:
- Entry/Admission - Pegasus Bridge
- Food and drinks