Our founder Rudy Passera provides unparalleled knowledge, qualifications, & experience
Sit back in first-class comfort, as you enjoy air conditioning and Wi-Fi in between tour stops
Relax from the moment you arrive. Transportation provided on the first and last day of tours.
Decompress from the day in private rooms at refined, stylish hotels in every town (free Wi-Fi included)
Explore breathtaking places, from the Roman city of Bath to the Spanish Riding School of Vienna
Choose your activity level, from full days of walking tours to a more balanced blend of walking and rest
Enjoy delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day of your tour, for a full sensory experience
Enrich your tour with curated, emotionally moving museum experiences at no additional cost
Golf is a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an even smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose!
Every veteran has a unique story. Let us customize your bucket list tour to follow the footstep of your Next of Kin
We are committed in providing our guests the highest standard of service
Rudy Passera is the founder of Normandy American Heroes, and serves as the guide for private group tours. To Rudy, historical tours are his business—but they mean much more than that. He intends for Normandy American Heroes tours to be a bridge between Europe, the U.S. and its allies, providing lessons that we all must learn from.
Rudy is the the only Interpretive Guide who has worked both for the Normandy American Cemetery/La Pointe du Hoc and the Utah Beach Museum. He has also served three times as the Master of Ceremonies for the International Commemorations at Utah Beach.
There is no one better than Rudy to have by your side as you experience the true meaning of courage, competence and devotion to duty as demonstrated by the heroes of WWII.
“We enjoyed 2 weeks of following the Band of Brothers footsteps, beginning in England and ending at Hitler’s Eagles Nest in Germany. Our guide, Rudy, drove us to various sites and museums while expounding on WWII facts along the way. He introduced us to local experts who only added to this wealth of knowledge. It was like walking through history! Amazing and very well done!”