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Full-Day Canadian WW1 Somme Battlefield Tour from Arras

Full-Day Canadian WW1 Somme Battlefield Tour from Arras - Arras, France

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Arras, France

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$384.59

Explore Canada’s role in World War I on this full-day Somme battlefield tour from Arras. Explore tunnels and trenches used by Canadian forces during the Battle of Vimy Ridge in 1916 with a guide ... More info ›

Explore Canada’s role in World War I on this full-day Somme battlefield tour from Arras. Explore tunnels and trenches used by Canadian forces during the Battle of Vimy Ridge in 1916 with a guide. Visit the Courcelette Canadian Memorial, Neuville St. Vaast Canadian N°2 Cemetery, and Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme, and learn of the many lives laid down in battle. After lunch, visit WWI battle trenches at the Beaumont Hamel New Foundland Memorial Park. Tour includes round-trip travel from your Arras hotel.

Following a 9am pickup at you hotel or accommodation in Arras, meet your guide then travel onward into the Somme battlefields of WWI to begin your 9-hour tour.

First, visit tunnels dug by the British Engineers and used by Canadian troops to attack German lines at the Battle of Vimy Ridge in 1916. Explore the Canadian and German trenches, and discover craters left in the landscape from mines and shells.

During your tour, visit the Neuville St. Vaast Canadian N°2 Cemetery and Courcelette Canadian Memorial, and perhaps pay your respects to the fallen Canadian soldiers. After a light lunch, visit Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme — a memorial bearing the names of over 72,000 soldiers with no known grave.

See WWI battle trenches at the Beaumont Hamel New Foundland Memorial Park and take in key sites of interest including Y Ravine, the statue of a 52nd Highland Division soldier, and the Danger Tree — the only tree in the area that was there during WWI.

When your time in the Somme comes to an end, return in comfort to your hotel or accommodation in Arras to conclude your tour.

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Small-Group Australian Battlefield Tour in Flanders and Fromelles from Arras

Small-Group Australian Battlefield Tour in Flanders and Fromelles from Arras - Arras, France

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Arras, France

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$310.79

Explore Australia’s World War I history in Flanders and Fromelles on this 9-hour small-group battlefield tour from Arras. Travel through Flanders and Fromelles with a guide, and take in key sites of interest including the Cobbers’ Memorial, the Tyne Cot Cemetery in Passchendaele, and the VC Corner Cemetery — France’s only exclusively Australian WWI cemetery ... More info ›

Explore Australia’s World War I history in Flanders and Fromelles on this 9-hour small-group battlefield tour from Arras. Travel through Flanders and Fromelles with a guide, and take in key sites of interest including the Cobbers’ Memorial, the Tyne Cot Cemetery in Passchendaele, and the VC Corner Cemetery — France’s only exclusively Australian WWI cemetery. Learn of the thousands of Australian soldiers who laid down their lives, and see the many ways in which the Commonwealth War Graves Commission mark their sacrifice. This tour includes round-trip travel from your Arras hotel.

Following a 9am pickup at you hotel or accommodation in Arras, meet your guide then travel onward into the WWI battlefields of Fromelles to begin your 9-hour tour. On arrival, visit the Pheasant Wood Cemetery and Fromelles Museum, and take in key sites of interest including the mass grave where 250 Australian soldiers were buried by the Germans.

Visit the Australian Memorial Park — home to the Cobbers’ Memorial — and the VC Corner Cemetery, the only exclusively Australian cemetery in France. Then, continue on to the Plugstreet 14-18 Experience First World War Interpretation Centre and the Ploegsteert Memorial to the Missing. Here, perhaps pay your respects to Australia’s fallen soldiers.

After lunch, explore mine craters around Messines and Hill 60 — where the Memorial to the 1st Australian Tunnelling Company stands — and see the 5th Australian Division Memorial in Polygon Wood. Visit Tyne Cot Cemetery in Passchendaele, the largest Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Europe.

See where John McRae wrote his famous poem In Flanders Fields, then enjoy free time in Ypres to explore at your leisure. Attend the daily Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate, then depart Ypres for the return journey to your accommodation in Arras.

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Australian and New Zealand Battlefield Tour in Somme

Australian and New Zealand Battlefield Tour in Somme - Arras, France
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Arras, France

From USD
$297.19

You will see the Australian Soldier of Bullecourt, Le Hamel where John Monash used for the 1st time tanks and infantry on a modern way, Albert and Thiepval Memorial and Pozières, the Windmill  are the other places you will also visit that day.

After pickup from your hotel or the train station in Lille or Arras, journey to Villers Bretonneux, the Victoria School, the cemetery and memorial where the dawn ceremony happens every April. Afterward, head to Le Hamel Australian Memorial, the area where General John Monash led the Australian troops towards victory ... More info ›

You will see the Australian Soldier of Bullecourt, Le Hamel where John Monash used for the 1st time tanks and infantry on a modern way, Albert and Thiepval Memorial and Pozières, the Windmill  are the other places you will also visit that day.

After pickup from your hotel or the train station in Lille or Arras, journey to Villers Bretonneux, the Victoria School, the cemetery and memorial where the dawn ceremony happens every April. Afterward, head to Le Hamel Australian Memorial, the area where General John Monash led the Australian troops towards victory. In Albert, opt to see the iconic basilica with the Golden Madonna (to be visited on request at no cost).

After lunch, continue to the Lochnagar crater at Pozières and the 1st Australian Division Memorial. See Thiepval Memorial, the largest WWI Memorial bearing the names of more than 73,000 soldiers who have no known grave. Then check out Bullecourt, the Jean and Denise Letaille Museum, the Slough Hat and the Statue in the Australian Park.

After a full day of sightseeing, you will return to your original departure point.

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The Battle of the Somme Guided Day Tour from Arras

The Battle of the Somme Guided Day Tour from Arras - Arras, France
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Arras, France

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$151.51

Picking up at Arras railway station or your hotel, the Somme day tour visits the momentous locations of the War's most infamous campaign, from the disasters of the 1st july 1916 to the attrition of the autumn. You will visit the must see sights, trenches, mine craters, learn about the weapons, communications and mining ... More info ›

Picking up at Arras railway station or your hotel, the Somme day tour visits the momentous locations of the War's most infamous campaign, from the disasters of the 1st july 1916 to the attrition of the autumn. You will visit the must see sights, trenches, mine craters, learn about the weapons, communications and mining. In the afternoon we concentrate on the 1918 battles around Amiens and includes a visit to the Australian Memorial to the Missing at Villers Bretonnex and new Monash Centre (opening May 2018). If you have a relative or a particular interest we can build that into your itinerary, using the latest GPS software you will literally walk in the footsteps of heros.

At 0900hrs – Your guide will collect you at your hotel or at Arras Station,
The guide will meet you at the glass doors at the station entrance.
0940hrs Albert
Firstly we discover the underground warfare and see the awe inspiring Lochnagar mine crater at La Boiselle.
We follow the path of the soldiers through Sausage Valley up to the line in Pozieres and stop at the Casualty Corner, every soldier wounded at Pozieres Ridge passed through this triage point.
Pozieres Ridge and the Gibraltar Blockhouse, The Australian First Division Memorial, The Windmill and the Tank Corps Memorial.
Thiepval visitors centre
Beaumont Hamel preserved trenches, here we can see a preserved section of the original 1916 front line and discuss tactics and why it all went so badly on the 1st July 1916.
Now we will follow the path of the German Advance with the 1918 Battles around Amiens, visiting the new Monash Centre
where you can get some lunch and explore at your leisure,

To get the most out of your visit to the Sir John Monash Centre we recommend you do the following before arriving.

1.Download the SJMC app from Google Playstore or Apple App Store 
2.Fully charge your mobile device
3.Bring headphones or ear buds for each member of your party.
The Australian Memorial to the Missing and Cemetery, where 11000 names are etched to ensure that, although they have no known resting place, they will never be forgotten.
Villers Bretonneux School and Museum the living evidence of ‘Mateship ‘ between the Australian and French peoples
Le Hamel and Monash's command of the Australian Corps and the Americans.
We will see the Crash site of the Red Baron before returning to Arras, dropping off at 1800hrs.

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Vimy and Bullecort Day Tour

Vimy and Bullecort Day Tour - Arras, France
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Arras, France

From USD
$87.41

Picking up at Arras railway station or your hotel, this tour is ideal for British, Canadian and Australians alike. Covering the main battles of Arras in 1917, you will see the incredible preserved battlefield and trenches of Vimy, the stunning Canadian Memorial at Vimy, go underground and learn about the tunnellers, see the largest WW1 German cemetery in France, spend time in some of the finest Medieval squares in France, go into the underground quarries where the New Zealand tunnellers dug 20kms of tunnels to join a series of quarries around Arras ... More info ›

Picking up at Arras railway station or your hotel, this tour is ideal for British, Canadian and Australians alike. Covering the main battles of Arras in 1917, you will see the incredible preserved battlefield and trenches of Vimy, the stunning Canadian Memorial at Vimy, go underground and learn about the tunnellers, see the largest WW1 German cemetery in France, spend time in some of the finest Medieval squares in France, go into the underground quarries where the New Zealand tunnellers dug 20kms of tunnels to join a series of quarries around Arras. In the afternoon you will visit the battlefields of Bullecourt where the British and Australian troops attcked in April and May, visiting the Bullecourt Museum and Digger Memorial. This tour is available as a half day Vimy tour or full day tour.

0900hrs pick up at Arras

Vimy Ridge and the preserved Battlefield- the landscape bears witness to the ferocity of WW1. Tour the trenches and underground tunnels and see the stunning Canadian Memorial to the Missing.

St Vaast German Cemetery- the largest WW1 German cemetery outside Germany with over 44,000 burials.

1230hrs we break for lunch and a chance to explore the Medieval squares in Arras.

At 1345hrs we visit the Carriere Wellington underground quarries and the 1917 attack on the Hindenburg line we follow the Hindenburg line to Bullecourt, the furthest end, here we will see the Battlefield and ‘Outpost Villages’ , the ‘Australian Digger’ and Bullecourt Memorial to the Missing and the Bullecourt Museum-the village Mayors private collection.

Drop off in Arras at 1800hrs

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Fromelles and Ypres Day Tour from Arras

Fromelles and Ypres Day Tour from Arras - Arras, France
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Arras, France

From USD
$230.76

Visit Fromelles and Ypres, and delve into Europe’s World War I history on this fully guided day tour from Arras. Explore famous WWI battle sites including Fromelles and the Pheasant Wood cemetery and Cobbers’ Memorial ... More info ›

Visit Fromelles and Ypres, and delve into Europe’s World War I history on this fully guided day tour from Arras. Explore famous WWI battle sites including Fromelles and the Pheasant Wood cemetery and Cobbers’ Memorial. We follow the path of the War through 1917, Messines Ridge and Hill 60, Polygon Wood, Passchendaele and the Tyne Cot Cemetery. Explore Ypres at your leisure, then take part in the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate before your onward travel to Lille or return to Arras. This is a long and emotional day and can be taken alone or added with another of our day tours. There is an opportunity to follow in a relatives footsteps or lay a wreath at the Menin Gate Ceremony in the evening.

Begin your tour with a 9:00am pickup at your centrally located Arras hotel or Arras train station. Then, take a seat in your air-conditioned minivan for the onward journey to the WWI battle fields of Fromelles.

During your 13 hour tour, take in key sites of WWI interest including Aubers Ridge and Pheasant Wood, and visit the Fromelles Museum (subject to opening hours) before travelling to the battlefield itself.

Perhaps pay your respects at the famous Cobbers’ Memorial, then travel through the historic villages and towns of Flanders Fields — where Allied soldiers spent time between offensives. Cross the border into Belgium for lunch at Ploegsteert Wood, then see the memorials to the Christmas truce of 1914.

After lunch, head onward to Messines Ridge, the Spanbroekmolen Mine Crater Memorial, and Hill 60. Follow the path of the advance during the 3rd Battle of Ypres with your guide, and see reconstructed trenches and underground dugouts at the Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917.

Visit the Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery and Memorial — the largest WW1 Commonwealth cemetery in the world — then enjoy free time to explore the historic town of Ypres at your leisure.

From here, perhaps head onward at 6pm to your centrally located hotel in Ypres to conclude your tour. Alternatively, attend the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate then leave Ypres at 8:30pm for Lille, or return to your centrally located hotel in Arras at approximately 9:45pm.

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