Free time to explore Bayeux and discover the Bayeux Tapestry, one of the world’s greatest medieval artworks. It depicts the story of Harold, William the Conqueror, and the Norman conquest of England in 1066. Bayeux Cathedral, also known as Cathedral of Our Lady of Bayeux, is a Roman Catholic Church located in the town of Bayeux. Late morning departure. Meet with your private guide to discover Honfleur. Honfleur is so utterly enchanting, a city in the department of Calvados, in northern France’s Normandy region. It’s on the estuary where the Seine River meets the English Channel. The Vieux-Bassin (old harbour), lined with 16th- to 18th-century townhouses, has been a subject for artists including Claude Monet and native son Eugène Boudin. Lunch has been arranged in a local restaurant for a cosy, unpretentious setting and the menu specialises in hearty Norman fare. Nearby is 15th-century St. Catherine’s Church; a vaulted timber structure erected by shipbuilders. Honfleur is one of Normandy’s most appreciated port towns, famous for its village-like atmosphere and colourful houses. The old town is charged with history, considering how it was spared significant damage during WWII. Visitors also appreciate its authentic charm. Late afternoon travel back to your hotel.