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Private Tour Rouen Bayeux and Falaise Day Trip from Rouen

Price USD$570.72


Private Tour  Rouen Bayeux and Falaise Day Trip from Rouen
Your family or small group up to 4 will visit Historical Normandy with your guide/driver in a spacious air-conditioned minivan. Spend a fantastic day in Normandy with a local guide, and see RouenCaenBayeux and Falaise. Your guide, who graduated in history and with a real passion for his country and history, will be delighted to show you the places where Rollo founded Rouen, where he is buried, and where Joan of Arc lived and died, as well as the castles of the great Normand King William the Conqueror.





Your guide will meet you at your hotel with fresh coffee and croissants. Then he will drive you to Rouen to visit Rouen\'s Cathedral and Rouen best places such as the place where Joan of Arc was killed. You will then visit the Old Town, the the Market Square and the Street of the Gros Horloge, the St Maclou Chapel.

You will be then proposed a good lunch in some of Rouen\'s best restaurants with a complete explanation and advice on how to have the best things from the menu.

In the afternoon, head to Caen to visit William the Conquerors\'s Castle, and the Cathedral, the Abbaye aux Hommes as well as the Abbaye aux Dames.

Later in the afternoon, your private guide will drive you to Bayeux, to see the Tapestry and the Old Town.

And to finish in the summer, when sunlight allows you will visit the last castle of William, in Falaise, a real medieval castle.

Return in Rouen just before dinner.

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Your family or small group up to 4 will visit Historical Normandy with your guide/driver in a spacious air-conditioned minivan. Spend a fantastic day in Normandy with a local guide, and see RouenCaenBayeux and Falaise. Your guide, who graduated in history and with a real passion for his country and history, will be delighted to show you the places where Rollo founded Rouen, where he is buried, and where Joan of Arc lived and died, as well as the castles of the great Normand King William the Conqueror.