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Anzac Day 2020 on the Somme


Tour Plan

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Attend the Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Australian National Memorial, followed by the French Memorial Service in Villers-Bretonneux. This tour also visits the 1916 Somme Battlefields & Memorials including Pozieres, Moquet Farm, Thiepval Memorial to the missing - plus more.


• Round-trip private coach transportation from Paris
• 2-nights’ accommodation at Mercure Amiens Centre Cathedrale
• 2 Breakfasts, 1 snack lunch, 2 dinners
• English-speaking, expert Battlefields guide
• Personal audio headset for sightseeing
• All entrance fees - as per itinerary

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Small group tour - up to 19 passengers. Price is based on per person, double/twin share and includes all services as detailed in the package. Single supplement applies. All from prices correct at time of publication; however, are subject to currency fluctuations and should be used as a guide only. Please contact us for an exact quote.

Tour Plan


Day 1 -From Paris

Friday, 24th of April

Depart Paris and visit the 1916 Somme Battlefields including Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme and the Thiepval Interpretation Centre, Pozieres, Moquet Farm and the New Zealand Memorial of Longueval.

A snack lunch is included today. Dinner is included at your hotel.

Tour meeting point in Paris: 8am for an 8.30am departure. Corner of Rue Lafayette and Rue Riboutte.



Saturday, 25th of April

An early start is needed today to attend the Dawn Service at the Australian National Memorial and afterwards, the French Memorial Service in Villers-Bretonneux. At the conclusion of the services, a visit to
the Franco Australian Museum at the Victoria School in Villers Bretonneux has been included along with visits to Adelaide Cemetery and Le Hamel. A breakfast pack has been included today for your convenience
with an early morning departure.

Dinner is included tonight in a local restaurant.


Day 3 - Somme Battlefields to Paris

Sunday, 26th of April

First stop this morning is to visit the Sir John Monash Centre adjacent to the Australian National Memorial at Villers Bretonneux, which opened in April 2018. Later, we visit 1918 Somme Battlefields including the
2nd Australian Division Memorial at Mont St Quentin and the town of Peronne to visit the Historical de la Grand Guerre.

Return to Paris with two drop off options - either Charles de Gaulle Airport at approximately 4.00 - 4.30 pm or one Paris city centre at approximately 5.00pm (corner of Rue Lafayette & Rue Riboutte).

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