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VIRTUAL D-DAY : The US Forces on D-DAY

PRIVATE WEBINAR TOUR Background and intro to the US D-Day sites.

  • 1 h
  • 99 euros
  • Online

Service Description

A private 60-minute overview of the lead-up to D-Day, 6th June 1944 and the American Forces' role in Operation Overlord. Private tours are exclusive, at a date and time convenient to you (from 8am to 9pm Paris Time), and you can invite other guests to join from up to 5 locations. We will visit the landing sites of US V-Corps and US VII-Corps including Pointe du Hoc, Sainte-Mère-Eglise, Omaha Beach and Utah Beach. This tour is an useful primer for Patrick's more in-depth virtual D-Day tours. LIVE from We Love Normandy HQ near Saint Lo, Normandy. "Thanks to Patrick Hilyer for providing opportunities for virtual travel and learning about D-Day at Utah Beach, in Normandy. The program includes video visits to the landing beaches, monuments, and museums as well as a wealth of historic information, photos, charts and accounts of soldiers who were involved on that day. Patrick provides opportunities for viewers to ask questions. I have had the privilege of visiting the site in person several years ago, but enjoyed 'being there' by Zoom and learning some things that I didn't already know. " - TripAdvisor Review Using exclusive video footage and archive material, Patrick Hilyer's WEBINAR virtual tours bring the sights and sounds of the D-Day battlefields and beaches right to your living room, den or office - on your tablet, computer, laptop or TV screen. The tours are interactive - you and your guests can post questions during the LIVE webinar. Patrick is an experienced D-Day tour guide and a member of the Normandy Battlefield Tour Guides Association. He and his wife run the travel consultancy We Love Normandy and both have worked in Tourism and Hospitality in Normandy since 2003. Tours are given in English Price promise - if you find an equivalent tour cheaper elsewhere we'll refund the difference

Contact Details

+33 652737268

We Love Normandy, La Lande, Dangy, France

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