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day 1
November 30
Morning. Start your day by visiting the Andr Malraux Museum of Modern Art (MuMa) [21278] in Le Havre, which houses an impressive collection of French Impressionist paintings. Afterward, take a stroll through the city and explore the architecture and history of the area.
Afternoon. Take a scenic drive to the charming town of Honfleur [13202], known for its picturesque harbor, art galleries, and seafood restaurants. Enjoy a leisurely lunch before heading to Sainte-Mere-Eglise [19150], a small town that played a significant role in the D-Day invasion.
Evening. Visit Arromanches-les-Bains [13201] to see the remains of the Mulberry Harbour, an artificial harbor that was crucial to the success of the D-Day invasion. End your day with a visit to the Pegasus Memorial Museum (Pegasus Bridge) [13194], which commemorates the British airborne assault on D-Day.
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day 2
December 1
Morning. Take a trip to Cherbourg [19316], a port city that played a significant role in World War II. Visit the Cit de la Mer, a museum that explores the history of underwater exploration and the ocean environment. Afterward, head to the Caen Memorial Museum (M morial de Caen) [13191], which offers an in-depth look at the events leading up to and following World War II.
Afternoon. Visit the Ranville War Cemetery [19149], the final resting place of many British soldiers who died during the D-Day invasion. Afterward, head to the Merville Battery (Batterie de Merville) [19153], a German gun battery that was captured by British paratroopers during the invasion.
Evening. Explore the historic city of Caen [13198], which features the Caen Castle (Ch teau de Caen) [13198] and the Abbaye aux Hommes [13196], a Benedictine monastery that was founded in the 11th century.
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day 3
December 2
Morning. Take a trip to Trouville (Trouville-sur-Mer) [14693], a charming seaside town that was a popular destination for French artists in the 19th century. Visit St. Catherine s Church (Eglise Sainte-Catherine) [14694], a wooden church that was built by shipbuilders in the 15th century. Afterward, head to the Abbaye aux Dames [13200], a former Benedictine monastery that now houses a music conservatory.
Afternoon. Visit Beuvron-en-Auge [14695], a picturesque village that is known for its half-timbered houses and traditional Normandy architecture. Afterward, head to the Normandy Museum (Mus e de Normandie) [13199], which offers an in-depth look at the history and culture of the region.
Evening. Spend the evening at the Jurques Zoo (Zoo de Jurques) [28696], which features a variety of animals from around the world, including lions, tigers, and elephants.
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day 4
December 3
Morning. Visit the chic seaside town of Deauville [14692], which is known for its elegant architecture, high-end boutiques, and horse racing. Take a stroll along the boardwalk before heading to the Pays d'Auge [13203], a region that is known for its apple orchards and traditional cider production.
Afternoon. Take a trip to the Caen Museum of Fine Arts (Mus e des Beaux-Arts de Caen) [13197], which houses a vast collection of art from the Middle Ages to the present day. Afterward, head to La Colline aux Oiseaux Park (Parc de La Colline aux Oiseaux) [13193], a beautiful park that offers stunning views of the city.
Evening. Spend the evening in Rouen [23002], a historic city that was a center of trade and culture during the Middle Ages. Visit the Joan of Arc Historial (Historial Jeanne d Arc) [29113], a museum that tells the story of the famous French heroine. End your night with a visit to Panorama XXL [29114], a 360-degree panoramic exhibit that offers a unique perspective of the city.
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day 5
December 4
Morning. Take a trip to Mont-Saint-Michel [1630], a UNESCO World Heritage Site that features a stunning medieval monastery perched on a rocky island. Afterward, head to Omaha Beach [1634], one of the most significant landing sites during the D-Day invasion.
Afternoon. Visit the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial [13210], a peaceful and solemn site that honors the American soldiers who died during the D-Day invasion. Afterward, head to Pointe du Hoc [13214], a prominent cliff that was captured by American Rangers during the invasion.
Evening. Spend your final night in Normandy enjoying a delicious meal at a local restaurant and reflecting on the region's rich history and culture.
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