Bayeux Guided Tour
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Enjoy a tour of Bayeux, the charming medieval town in the north-east of France. Be amazed by its architecture and imposing cathedral. An expert guide will accompany you on this walking tour of about 2 hours, with stories and anecdotes stored for centuries in every corner of the city. You will visit historic and renowned landmarks such as the D-Day beaches, the War Memorial Museum, the Bayeux Tapestry, the Museum of Art and History and Notre-Dame Cathedral.
- Explore Bayeux on a walking tour
- See the D-Day beaches, the famous Bayeux Tapestry and more.
- Discover the history and architecture of the city with your local guide.
- Guided walking tour of Bayeux
- Local guide
- Visits inside museums or cathedrals
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Take a 2-hour guided tour of Bayeux. The tour lasts approximately 2 hours.
A local guide will accompany you on this walking tour of the French city. He will tell you the best stories collected over so many centuries and tell you about old trades, historical characters and many other curiosities.
You will see points and monuments of interest that are part of the history of the Second World War or that are well known by tourists, such as:
- Rue des Teinturiers: a city street where you will learn about medieval industries.
- Allée des Augustines: learn about the history of the Augustine sisters and their impact on Bayeux and Canada. You can have your photo taken with the Bayeux Tapestry, a large canvas depicting the events leading up to the Norman Conquest of England.
- Arbre de la Liberté: the tree of liberty that was planted as a tribute to the French Revolution.
- Cathedrale Notre-Dame: Norman Romanesque cathedral, considered a medieval jewel of the city.
- Rue L L le Forestier: walk along one of the streets of Bayeux, discover the origins of the city, the history and the ruins of the Roman castrum.
- Place Charles de Gaulle: a huge tree-lined square commemorating a speech made in 1944 by General de Gaulle.