To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Normandy in 2024, Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours has a special group allocation aboard the luxurious AMADEUS Diamond, cruising the River Seine for 8-days which will spend two full days exploring the D-Day battlefields.
Due to high demand for European river cruising, the deadline to book is 20 November 2023.
The tour includes:
* 8 days of river cruising along the Seine aboard the luxurious five-star AMADEUS Diamond from Paris to Normandy and return
* Services of an expert WW2 Historian throughout the cruise, exclusive to our special group
* 3 on-board WW2 seminars during the cruise, exclusive to our special group
* 2 days of comprehensive touring exploring Normandy and the D-Day landing sites in the company of our expert WW2 Historian, exclusive to our group
* All meals are included, with gourmet dining aboard AMADEUS Diamond including a continental breakfast buffet, multi-course lunch, and 4-5 course dinner, as well as afternoon tea and late-night snack.
* Free-flowing hand-selected wines are included at every lunch and dinner aboard AMADEUS Diamond, as well as beer and soft drinks – and complimentary coffee and tea are available on-board 24/7.
* A Welcome and Farewell Cocktail Reception are included, free on-board WiFi and guests have complimentary use of on-board bicycles to explore ashore at all other port stops.
View the itinerary, all inclusions and stateroom types, and book: https://battlefields.com.au/80th-anniversary-of-the-d-day-landings-in-normandy/
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