Come and join us for a day of remembrance. During the day you will discover this part of the Western Front where hundreds of thousands of soldiers from all over the world fought between 1914 and 1918.
Travel from Paris to Villers-Bretonneux in the early morning of April 25, for the ANZAC Day Dawn Service Ceremony, followed by a tour of the surrounding Somme area to visit major WWI sites and battlefields.
D-Day began in Normandy Shortly after midnight on June 6th 1944 with 156,000 allies troops landing and among them, 14,000 Canadians assaulting a beachfront code-named “Juno”. Follow in the footsteps of the Canadian Troops who fought there.
Take a walk through one of the most important episodes in modern history. With your driver-guide you will travel to the Normandy beaches in an air-conditioned minibus.
Discover the sites of the Dunkirk Evacuation, code-named Operation Dynamo, which took place between May 26 and June 4, 1940 with a day-trip from Paris to Northern France where you will also visit "La Coupole" gigantic underground bunker.
Visit the sites of some of the most pivotal American battles in World War. Walk among trenches in the Belleau Woods and honor fallen soldiers at the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery , then learn more about WWI at the Museum of the Great War.
Leave Paris with your private driver/guide for a day of remembrance and discover the full horror of early 20th century industrialised warfare which was nowhere more intense than in the Somme in 1916.
This tour will give you the opportunity to see for yourself the profound marks left on the landscape and some of the cemeteries that attest to the human cost of the offensive; 300 days and nights of constant battles.