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2019 ANZAC DAY 5 Day tour in the Somme and Flanders

Reference: BRT

  • DEPARTING:     Tue. 22 or 23 April 2019 
  • LAND COST:     From A$2,600 per person in twin-share - Single supplement A$600 - 
  • HIGHLIGHTS     ANZAC Day dawn Service • Villers Bretonneux • Pozieres  Bullecourt
                               • Mouquet Farm • Le Hamel • Lochnager Crater

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Remembering the soldiers of the Great War 1914 /1918

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2019 ANZAC DAY 5 day tour

Travelling in small groups means we can offer you the opportunity to visit specific cemeteries and pay your respects to a fallen relative. Please contact us at the time of booking to prearrange. Witness the ANZAC Day Dawn Service and hear the Last Post played at Ypres

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 5 nights accommodation in boutique hotels
  • Special battlefield Tour Leader
  • Premium mini-coach transportation
  • European breakfast daily (B), 2 evening meals (D)
  • Entrance included to: Hooge Crater Trenches, Hooge Museum Ypres,

Day 1 - Lille
Arrive in Lille and enjoy your day before meeting the group at the accommodation this evening to have dinner altogether. (D)

Day 2 Lille |Villers-Bretonneux | Amiens

Today we move on to Villers-Bretonneux, where we spend most of the day.
Here we pay a visit to the Australian National Memorial and the Franco-
Australian Museum. (B)

Day 3  Anzac Dawn Ceremony
It’s a very early start as we leave our hotel in time for the Dawn Ceremony
at the Australian War Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux. The service will be an
unforgettable and emotive experience, which we share with the locals and
fellow Australians and New Zealanders who have journeyed here to pay tribute
to those brave ANZAC soldiers who fought for the town. After such an early
start the rest of the day is at leisure for you to explore the town or relax as you
choose. (B)

Day 4 Amiens | The Somme | Amiens
As we come to The Somme, our tour takes in Pozières, Windmill Hill and
Mouquet Farm. Longueval and Thiepval Memorial are poignant places to
mark the end of day five. (B, D)

Day 5 Amiens | Ypres
Our journey continues with a stop at the evocative Digger Memorial.
Afterwards, we move on to the Wellington Quarry to discover the tunnels,
before making our way to Pheasant Wood Cemetery in Fromelles. As the
day closes, we visit Menin Gate in Ypres to reflect at the moving Last Post
Ceremony. (B, D)

Day 6 Ypres | Lille
First today, we stop off at Polygon Wood before moving on to Tyne Cot, a
Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery and Memorial to the Missing. This
afternoon, we walk in the shadows of soldiers around the Hooge Crater
Trenches and Museum and Hill 60 before saying our goodbyes in Lille, where
the tour comes full circle. (B)

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