Tour available on April 25
Enjoy this meditation day to come and commemorate the liberation of Villers-Bretonneux on the april 25th 1918.
The Anzac day is the symbol of the ideals of courage, endurance and mateship.
On April 25, 1916, Australia, New Zealand and England celebrated the first anniversary of the landing on Gallipoli Peninsula. This date was officially named as “Anzac Dac" by the australian Acting Prime Minister George Pearce.
On 1918, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed on Picardie to serve on the battlefields during the First World War. On April 25, 1918, they liberated the city of Villers-Bretonneux.
The Anzac Day celebrates the friendship and the commitment present between the French and Australian people who commemorate the tragic faith of the soldiers who died for the freedom of France.
Departure from your hotel or residence in Paris to Villers-Bretonneux at 3.45 am to attend the "Dawn Service" at 5.30AM.
After the ceremony, you will have a breakfast, followed up by a visit of the Historial de Péronne. This is an unmissable museum for those interested in the First World War. This historial displays a unique collection of more than 65,000 historical objects, varying from civil and military examples, to surprising, trivial and unusual testimonies.
Departure from Péronne at around 1.45 pm to get back at your residence in Paris at around 2.45 pm.
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* Departure and return to your hotel in Paris
* Services of a driver tour guide
* Dawn Service
* Visit of the Historial Museum of Péronne
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