The Liberation of Paris

The Liberation of Paris

Start: Paris End: Paris Days: 2 Nights: 1 Price: upon request

The Liberation of Paris

August 25th, 1944, the liberation of Paris is signed. It is the end of four years of German occupation. Discover the museums of Paris which tell the history of the liberation of the city.

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Tour Operator: Envol Espace

18 Rue Claude Bloch
14000
Caen
France
+33 2 31 06 07 89

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Day 1

Visit of the 'Arc de Triomphe' (triumphal arch), where the General de Gaulle paid tribute to the “Unknown Soldier” when Paris was liberated.

Then, guided tour of the Army Museum at the Invalides.

Last visit of the day at the General Lerclerc Memorial, Jean Moulin and Liberation of Paris Museum, which tells the story of the Liberation of the capital of France, based on the two iconic characters of this time: General Leclerc, who led the 2nd Armored Division which liberated Paris, and Jean Moulin who unified the French resistance movement during the war.

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Day 2

Guided tour of the Shoah Memorial which preserves and passes on the hsitory of the Shoah, and whose mission is to understand the past to better apprehend the future.

Then cruise on the Seine river before some free time in Paris to finish those two days in the capital city of France.

 

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