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Tour code: BEWNZLL-2

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ANZAC on the Western Front

  • 6 days
  • France / Belgium
  • Max 18 Passengers


From the trenches of Ypres to monuments marking The Somme, our ANZAC tour maps Australian and New Zealand troops' movements in WWI - delving into the stories of the soldiers' involvement in the battles of the Western Front. With poignant visits to cemeteries and national memorials on the agenda, this history-themed journey is perfect for those wishing to learn more about their countrymen who fought and died in The Great War.

ANZAC on the Western Front Map
  • Tour Starts/Ends
  • 1 Overnight Stop
  • Day Stop

Tour Highlights

  • Have the opportunity to pay your respects at your relative's graves
  • Delve into the Australian story on the Western Front at the Franco-Australian Museum
  • Visit the Wellington Quarries - a network of underground tunnels dug by the New Zealand Tunnelling Company

Tour Itinerary

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  • Day 1 - Lille

    After meeting the group in Lille, we’ll kick off our history-laden journey with a delicious welcome dinner. Accommodation: Hôtel Couvent des Minimes (or similar)

    • Meals
      • Dinner
  • Day 2 - Lille – Ypres

  • Day 3 - Ypres

  • Day 4 - Ypres – Amiens

  • Day 5 - Amiens – Somme – Amiens

  • Day 6 - Amiens – Villers-Bretonneux – Lille

Tour Inclusions


5 nights in hand-picked accommodation

The Crew

Experienced Back-Roads Tour Leader and Driver


Premium mini-coach transportation


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  • 20th July 2019
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    The tour guide and the bus driver were superb. However, Blue-Roads delivered a bus with the airconditioning not working properly. The outside temperature was on average 33-35 degrees. When a complaint was put in to Blue-Roads they did nothing to rectify the problem and tried to blame the driver and tour guide!! The situation was handled so badly by the company. Had it been the following week where temperatures were 45 degrees in the North of France it would have been insufferable. They are still not accepting responsibility for putting on a second rate bus!! It has been very bad form and disgraceful behavior on behalf of the company. The guide made the trip exceptional despite the poor bus and the bad attitude of the company
  • 10th June 2019
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    I think it’s a subject you have be interested in. The tour itself was well run and structured. Just that it wasn’t what I expected.
  • 10th June 2019
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    We had an excellent guide and driver, and the tour took us everywhere we needed to go including a side trip to visit a relative's grave. It is great travelling in a small group.
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