Flanders Fields and Somme American WW I Tour
Itinerary: Start at 08:30 at Ploegsteert Memorial starting from other places is available on request Driving to the Somme to Bony Somme American MemorialBellicourt Monument Lunch Péronne Historical Museum In Flanders Fields American Cemetery Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial Back to Ploegsteert The price of the tour includes: Transport in our vehicle All taxes and insurances Entrance fees of the visited places Lunch (a sandwich, soup, or omelet with a drink) A booklet recording the event...
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