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Normandy Travel Guide

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Skirting the English Channel and occupying a hefty portion of northern France, Normandy is known for its Camembert cheese, its apple orchards (thus, cider and brandy too) and its cow-peppered landscape (complete with quaint cities and towns like Rouen, Bayeux and Giverny). But it's also revered for its momentous place in history. The site of the 1944 D-Day Invasion, Normandy's beaches saw a death toll in the thousands but also a changing tide ... continue»

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When to Visit Normandy

The best time to visit Normandy varies from traveler to traveler. Those looking to catch some rays on the beach will want to come in the summer, while others looking to escape the crowds and higher prices of the warm-weather high seasons will want to visit in the cold of winter. Keep in mind that the weather in both spring and fall requires coats.

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