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Ne manquez pas l'ANZAC DAY de cette année, une journée australienne du souvenir qui marque l'anniversaire de la première action militaire de l'Australie et la Nouvelle-Zélande pendant la Première Guerre mondiale. Voyagez de Paris à Villers-Bretonneux en début de matinée pour la cérémonie à l'aube de l'ANZAC DAY, suivie d'une visite de la région environnante de la Somme pour voir les principaux sites et champs de bataille de la première guerre mondiale. Visitez le site de la Bataille de Pozières et explorez le Lochnagar Crater (Trou de mine de La Boisselle), le cimetière d'Adelaïde, le musée franco-australien et le Mémorial de Thiepval, tout en apprenant l'histoire de la première guerre mondiale auprès de votre guide expérimenté.
Loved this Tour, was pricey, but money well spent. Picked up at midnight and driven to Villers-Bretonneux for the transfer to the Dawn service, given a gift package that had some light brekkie. After Dawn service we went on a day tour of the battlefields. Nicola the guide was extremely knowledgeable, and loved to talk, we all loved to listen, when someone knows what she does, why wouldn't you listen.
Don't hesitate to book these guys, it is well organised and a great day, with other like minded individuals for the day.
My husband and I went on this tour to Villers Bretonneux for the dawn service on Anzac Day, 2016. We met up with our tour guides Nicola and Regis at Opera Garnier and left Paris at 2.15am. When we arrived at Villers Bretonneux the tour guides provided us with ponchos, croissants, orange juice and water along with information on the order of service. On arrival the security was understandably strict after which each person was given booklets and 2 pins for the service. The Dawn Service itself was a very moving experience. After the Service there was a wait for each tour bus to be called in turn because there were a lot of people and tour buses! Our tour then continued on to visit a few of the battlefields and memorials with Nicola and Regis who were very friendly, efficient, knowledgeable and informative. This is a must-do tour for Australians and New Zealanders but wear a lot of warm clothes and a waterproof jacket - we were lucky it didn't rain. It was zero degrees Celsius during and after the Service. We returned to Paris at 3.45pm after a very satisfying day.
This tour was amazing !! Right from the moment we met Nicola on the Opera Garnier Steps at 1.30am to the very end. We travelled in a comfortable coach to Villers Bretonneux. The Entrance to the Dawn Service was well organised and the Ceremony itself was very moving. At the end of the ceremony we travelled through the Battlefields of the Somme. Nicola and Regis had an incredible knowledge of World War 1 and of the individual battles. Both Nicola and Regis were friendly, and helpful and nothing was too much trouble. We enjoyed this tour immensely and would highly recommend it to others even with the 1.30am meeting time Thank you for a great day. Lynne and John S
Well worth the early start and a full day worth of activities. The tour guide Bertrand was very knowledgeable and had a fantastic sense of humour. The day itself was quite emotional and filled with fantastic stories, sights and plenty of dr8ving.