Prepare your visit

There are many ways to get to Normandy.
Whether you want to come by car or by bike, stay in a 5-star hotel or a campsite, find below practical information to help you prepare your stay in the best possible conditions.

Coming to Normandy

Normandy is an international destination with 4 airports linked to 19 countries, 101 train stations, 4 ports and 6 major cycling routes.

Coming by train

The Normandy Region manages the Normandy Intercity lines (Paris-Caen-Cherbourg/Trouville-Deauville, Paris-Rouen-Le Havre, Paris-Granville, Paris-Evreux-Serquigny and Caen-Le Mans-Tours).

NO_MA_D is Normandy's mobility network, which brings together all non-urban regional and school transport services: trains, coaches, transport on demand, etc.

Come to the 80th anniversary celebrations from a Normandy station with the Pass Normandie Découverte:

  • 20€ at the weekend for 2 people (return ticket)
  • 35€ on weekdays for 2 people (return ticket)
  • Free for children under 12 (up to 3)
  • +€5 per additional person (up to 3)

The Pass is valid for regional journeys on Nomad trains and coaches in Normandy.

Venir aux festivités du 80e en train depuis Paris avec le Pack Tribu

  • -25% sur vos billets Paris <> Evreux
  • Pour des voyages de 4 à 9 personnes


Pour en profiter, réservez tous vos billets en 1 seule commande. 

La réduction s'applique automatiquement. 

The region also has a Nomad Car public transport network, with 130 inter-city routes.

Visit Sites of remembrance on bus routes 120 and 121.

Coming by coach

Just 2 hours from Paris, Normandy is also accessible by coach thanks to Flixbus or BlaBlabus, which allows you to travel from the capital for as little as €2.99.

Travelling by plane

With its 4 airports, Normandy has numerous connections with major French cities. 

International connections are also available from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport (2h from Normandy), Paris - Orly (2h from Normandy) and  Paris - Beauvais airport (1:30) from Normandy.

Coming by ferry

From England, Ireland or the Channel Islands, you can also reach Normandy by boat to the 4 Normandy cross-Channel ports on one of the 16 ferry routes.

Coming by car

Normandy can be reached by any route, via the motorway or the national or departmental roads. You can also follow the traffic in real time or by connecting to the radio on 107.7.

Find your door-to-door itinerary for all your journeys in Normandy on  Itinéraire | Accueil (

Choose your options and timetables to find the solution that really suits your needs.

Think about carpooling!

Carpooling is a more ecological and economical way of getting to Normandy!


Hotel, bed and breakfast, charming gîte, holiday village, campsite or other, choose the accommodation that suits you best to recharge your batteries and make the most of the festivities surrounding the commemorations of the 80th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy!


Unusual accommodation around D-Day

Have you ever thought of sleeping in a castle, waking up in a blockhouse overlooking Sword Beach or in Eisenhower's former headquarters? 

Come and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the 1940s by reliving D-Day as if you were there, in one of the many unusual places to stay around D-Day.