Professionally guided battlefield tours for small groups
If you're looking for an in-depth study, rather than just a fleeting glimpse of the Normandy Battlefields, Normandy Battle Tours offers a unique multi-day package which is inclusive of bed and breakfast accommodation, all transportation, museum entry, an evening shuttle service to and from local restaurants, visits to Normandy's other cultural attractions (such as Mont St Michel, Honfleur and Bayeux) alongside fully guided tours of every battlefield we visit.
Excluding only lunches and evening meals, the price that we quote for our 'residential tours' covers every cost associated with your battlefield tour. To make arrangements as easy as possible for you, unlike other tour operators we can pick you up direct from any destination - be it at arrivals at an airport or a hotel in Paris, a railway station or a hotel closer to or within Normandy, wherever you wish to meet, we can offer a door-to-door service.
Discover why we are the only D-Day Tour Company to have won the Luxury Travel Guide's 'Unique Experience' or 'Best Tour Operator' award for three years running (2016, 2017 and 2018).
Find out why our tours receive the best feedback on TripAdvisor - 99.7% from a total of over 250 reviews rate our tours as five stars - this is the highest maximum satisfaction rating of any D-Day tour company.
Since 2004 thousands of people have toured the D-Day battlefields with Stuart Robertson. Take a look at the hundreds of online testimonials that Stuart has received - words such as ‘unforgettable’, ‘passion’, ‘engaging personality’, ‘bringing the battlefield alive’, ‘making it feel as if I was actually there’ and ‘the highlight of our vacation’ are all comments from former guests travelling from all over the world in order to tour the battlefields with the only academically trained historian and published author to be working as a full time battlefield guide in Normandy.
Whilst fuelling your interest, visiting Normandy is the ultimate opportunity to pay tribute to the brave men and women, true heroes of all those nations who took part in these astonishing events.
Not many generations faced such an ordeal yet can say they have changed the world for the better, learn about those who did exactly that from a man who has met and is honoured to call many of these Normandy veterans his friends.
Listen to Stuart being interviewed live from the D-Day 70th Anniversary commemorations by CNN's Michael Smerconish
Listen to Stuart broadcasting live from Arromanches with Peter Allen for the BBC Radio 5 Breakfast Show on June 6th 2014.