My husband and I will be staying in Bayeux after we take a D-Day tour. Does anyone know if there are any Mont Saint Michel and Chateaux Country tours that leave from this area. We don't want to go all the way back to Paris and than have to come back. Thanks! Tracy
What is the best way to get direct to Redon from Bayeux? We need to leave in the morning and arrive in Redon late morning or early afternoon? I am thinking a bus or train but not sure if this is possible. If it is not possible can we rent a car in Bayeux and drop it off in Redon? If so, how long of a drive?
HAS ANYONE RENTED A CAR FROM AUTO EUROPE OR HERTZ THIS YEAR , 2013, AND HAS BEEN ABLE TO PICK IT UP AT BAYEUX AND DROP IT OFF AT BORDEAUX ?
PLEASE ADVISE AS I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO DO SO USING THE AUTO EUROPE WITH AUSTRALIAN CONTACT DETAILS.
May I please know what is the best way to travel from Bayeux to Dinard or St.Malo using public transport?
All the tours Ive seen seem to be based on American sites. Are there any British based tours of the beaches etc.
Hello. I live in north east England and would like to visit Bayeux, especially to visit the tapestry, but am also interested in seeing local scenery and any nearby chateux or vinyards. Do you know of any organised holidays from England that would take in these interests? I do not want to drive but am Ok with trains or coaches.
Does Mme LaFevre still serve dinners as well as breakfast? My husband, two children, and I visited and stayed at the Family Home in 1998 or 1999 during the first full weekend of July. Not only did we enjoy the wonderful dinners prepared and served by Mme. LaFevre and staff, as well as the Family Home itself - which is made of previous church buildings built in different centuries, but that weekend is the weekend of Bayeux's Renaissance Faire. As it is a true Renaissance town, all enjoyed the food and festivities. Definitely a must do when visiting Normandy!
I have paid and was confirmed by a tour in this website.
Anybody know they have any contact phone number in France?
If you can only pick two war museums to see which two would you pick?
We are also going to Vimy Ridge and Ypres to see the WW1 Museums also.
Thanks for your response
The Address is
Zone Tertiaire de Nonant
Anybody know how I can get there by public transport?
We are staying at the Mercure Omaha beach Hotel. We want
to take a tour of the American landing beach's and Point Du hoc, cemetery.
Should we go into Bayeux to get a tour? Half day be enough? Taxi or other?
We are staying in Bayeux, France this coming March. I would like to find out about the bus and train transportation services to and from Bayeux (ie. Cherbourg, Caen, etc.). Any help will be appreciated.
I am currently in Paris and would really like to get up to Normandy for a day next week to see where it was my deceased father landed on D-Day....my husband and I have Eurail passes - I heard that Bayeax was the easiest town to take the train to. Is this correct? And if so, are there cabs available in Bayeaux to get to the beaches, or any regular english speaking tours? Thanks loads.
We will be in Bayeux on a Friday and Saturday. We will be taking the World War II Victory tour on Friday and planning to spend Saturday walking around Bayeux. When is the market on Saturday? Are most stores open? Thank you. Gladys
We will be arriving in Paris (CDG) on Saturday morning 8/8/09, and want to go to Normandie. Any hints on the best way to get there and where to stay for about 40-50 euro? We posted on the Caen forum to ask if the museum & memorials are open on Sundays.We read there are no tours on Sundays, is this true? Normally don't do tours but think we won't be able to figure out what & where things happened. tour recommendations. Is rental car necessary. What auto rental is most econmical? We would really appreciate any feedback and your time in responding. again thanks in advance
For Monday Dec 29, 2008 what is easiest way to travel from London to Bayeau?
If by ferry, which UK departure port pleast and France arrival port please?
At France arrival port, is there a car rental company that I can pickup car and drop in Bayeau?
I only speak/read English, will I be able to find MSM and then Bayeau easily?
We will be in Bayeux in November, primarily to see the tapestry. Other than the cathedral, does anyone have advice for other artworks or buildings to see? We are not interested in WWII history, and we won't be using a car. Also enjoys classical/vocal music.
Also, please advise me on places to eat on a budget: meals under 15 euro, markets or grocieries, bakeries, etc.
I'm coming to Bayeux later this week and I literally have just an afternoon and a morning to see the sights.
The tapestry and cathedral are musts of course but is there anywhere else I should see and do. I'll be on foot.
Any recommendations for lunch?
CAnd finally, could anyone tell me how long it would take to walk from the Gare SNCF to the Novotel on the rue Saint Patrice.
Stayed in Balleroy near Bayeux . Can't remember name of B&B. Help.
In Bayeux I will visit the cathedral and the tapestry. I would like to know where in town to look for nearby car parking - I assume that tour buses park somewhere near these sites. Would anyone where I could research Bayeux car parking, instead of driving around town once I’m there? Thanks in advance.
I have figured out the train travel from Paris to Bayeux, but how to get to the beach, and American Cemetery near by? Is there no bus service? Car rental or taxi?
My wife and I are traveling to Paris in March of 2007 and as a side trip I'd really like to see the site of the Normandy invasion and American Cemetery.
I would liek to travel by train brom Charles de Gualle airport to Bayeux by train and was wondering how to get to Paris St Lazare station from the airport? How much time would you allow? Lastly, since we will be traveling with 2 large suitcases, is there a way to acommodate those bags on the train if buying a 2nd class ticket? Thanks.
Hi everyone, I've just read the posting advising that taxis are difficult to come by after 5pm. I'll be arriving on a Sunday at 6pm (trust me to get the plans so wrong) with my mother (who does not walk very well) and am trying to get a taxi to take me to the Campanile hotel. Is it going to be a nightmare trying to get a taxi or is it near enough to walk does anyone know??? Much appreciation in advance for any help you can offer.
Arriving Bayeux by train 11am on May 1 (a holiday I know) and leaving same day @1800. Need rental car for the day, preferably near train station. Any suggestions? Thank you.
what is the easiest way to get from Paris to Bayeux and back again? What is the duration of the trip and frequency? How is the weather the first 2 weeks of October, usually? Thanks in advance for your help.
Will be traveling from Belguim to France to tour Juno and Omaha beach. Most tours depart from this town, can anyone recomend a nice hotel, clean, central and not to much money. Also how busy is it the first 2 weeks of Sept. Will I have trouble getting a reservation for a few nights midweek. Any other suggestion would be great. Also we will travel by train, is the station right downtown.?? Thank you
We're taking a friend to Normandy in September and staying in a gite about 10kms east of Bayeux.
The last time we were there, in 2001, we found some decent restaurants, but also found some stinkers.
Can anyone recommend some good restaurants in the vicinity of Bayeux?