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Full Day Canadian WW1 Somme Battlefield Tour from Arras
"You will be picked up from your hotel or accommodation in Arras and will head towards the Somme battlefields.Visit the subways dug by the British Engineers and used by the Canadian troops to go towards the German lines minutes before the Battle o seeing the scars left by the war in the landscape including mine-craters and shell-craters. You will also visit Neuville Saint Vaast Canadian N°2 Cemetery and Courcelette Canadian Memorial.Enjoy a light lunch of a sandwich omelet or a soup and a drink (included in the tour). After lunch visit Thiepval Memorial to the Missing the largest memorial bearing the names of more than 72000 soldiers who have no known grave. Behind it lays the Anglo French cemetery of 600 graves.The day will end with the Beaumont Hamel New Foundland Memorial Park
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Private Full-Day Canadian WW1 Somme Battlefield Tour from Bruges
"You will be picked up from your hotel or accommodation in Bruges and will head towards the Somme battlefields.Visit the subways dug by the British Engineers and used by the Canadian troops to go towards the German lines minutes before the Battle seeing the scars left by the war in the landscape including mine-craters and shell-craters. You will also visit Neuville Saint Vaast Canadian N°2 Cemetery and Courcelette Canadian Memorial.Enjoy a light lunch of a sandwich omelet or a soup and a drink (included in the tour). After lunch visit Thiepval Memorial to the Missing the largest memorial bearing the names of more than 73000 soldiers who have no known grave. Behind it lays the Anglo French cemetery of 600 graves.The day will end with the Beaumont Hamel New Foundland Memorial Park
From EUR315.00
 
Private Full-Day Canadian WW1 Somme Battlefield Tour from Brussels
"You will be picked up from the train station in Kortrijk to avoid traffic jams in Brussels I will bring you back to your hotel in Brussels.Visit the subways dug by the British Engineers and used by the Canadian troops to go towards the German lines minutes before the Battle of Vimy. Walk in the Canadian and German trenches seeing the scars left by the war in the landscape including mine-craters and shell-craters. You will also visit Neuville Saint Vaast Canadian N°2 Cemetery and Courcelette Canadian Memorial.Enjoy a light lunch of a sandwich omelet or a soup and a drink (included in the tour). After lunch visit Thiepval Memorial to the Missing the largest memorial bearing the names of more than 73
From EUR338.00

More Shopping in Boulogne-sur-Mer

various shops

Rue de Lille , running from the main square of the old town , all the way up to The Basillica has many restaurants , cafes and shops selling souvenirs and is the main through street of the old town...
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GrantBoone
Apr 22, 2013

Shopping in Boulogne

Shopping in Boulogne is varied enough to keep everyone happy….even those hardened shoppers such as VT’er Mariajoy!In the Upper City there are some really interesting antique shops, along side some...
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sue_stone
Apr 04, 2011

Les Chocolats de Beussent

This shop sells the famous chocolates produced at the Chocolaterie de Beussent. You can see and read more about it at my Beussent page We didn't even go inside to look at the prices. We had already...
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Mikebond
Mar 16, 2008

Fromage Shops

Bologne is pretty good for shopping, with the Grande-Rue and surrounds being especially noted for food shops (note that most are closed on Mondays). At 43 rue Thiers the fromagerie stocks over 200...
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Muarrij
Oct 17, 2006

Philippe Olivier

If you are a cheese lover then you have chosen the right place to visit in France! Philippe Olivier is a cheese shop in the heart of Boulogne. Rumour has it that it is one of the largest cheese shops...
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sue_stone
Jul 04, 2006

Cross channel ferries

With the abolition of Duty Free (shame, shame), there are still some things that are cheaper on board the ferries than in the supermarkets in France. The ferries often have special offer on beer and...
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grets
Jul 24, 2004
 
 
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Auchan

We have always relied on Auchan for stocking up on wine, cheese and pate on our numerous visits to Boulogne.Their wine selection is excellent, expecially if you want something more than cheap plonk,...
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Jul 24, 2004

Cite Europe

A large shopping mall with hundreds of different stores all under one roof.Lots of the well known shops as well as a few lovely French boutiques. Discount clothing and Belgian chocolates. Tesco has...
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grets
Jul 24, 2004

Chocolatier

We found some delightful cake shops and chocolate window displays along the streets of the new town.
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GrantBoone
Apr 22, 2013

Top Hotels in Boulogne-sur-Mer

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Rue du Chateau, Boulogne-sur-Mer, 62360, France
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4, chaussee des Capucins, Montreuil-sur-Mer, Boulogne-sur-Mer, 62170, France
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168-170 boulevard Sainte Beuve, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France
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62 rue Porte Neuve, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62200, France
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Blvd Sainte-Beuve, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62200, France
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11 Boulevard Diderot, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62200, France
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Top Things to Do in Boulogne-sur-Mer

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Nausicaa

This is a must see if you are in the area - check out the Website before you visit for special entry prices - this is about more than just sea creatures and in 2016 opened a new section on Rainforest...
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"Boulogne: an international town"
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"Boulogne-sur-Mer"
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"Boulogne"
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"Boulogne-sur-Mer"
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"Boulogne: a good place for a taste of France"
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