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  Ypres & the Flanders Fields Via Eurotunnel    
Ypres & the Flanders Fields Via Eurotunnel
Sunday May 17th - £40

The medieval town of Ypres was located in the centre of the battlefields of the Ypres Salient. Ypres was razed to the ground during four years of fighting - explore at leisure before the coach takes you on the Flanders Fields Tour.

The medieval town of Ypres (nowadays called by its Flemish name Ieper) was located at the centre of the battlefields of the Ypres Salient. Museums: The Ypres Salient battlefields today offer public and private museums. They contain resources ranging from rare battlefield artefacts and archive collections to original trench systems.
Cemeteries: The scale of military casualties from the German, French and British Armies during the battles of the Ypres Salient amounted to several hundred thousand dead. Their graves are marked by over 120 military burial grounds within the Salient. In addition, several memorials lists the names of those whose bodies were never found and who have no known grave.


From our last departure point we head for Folkestone and the Eurotunnel. There may be time to purchase refreshments before your coach boards the train. Whilst on the shuttle train, you may leave the coach to stretch your legs. Journey time through the tunnel is approximately 35 minutes.
On arrival in France we continue onto Ypres (1 hour journey) You can enjoy leisure time here, before the coach goes on a tour of the Flanders Fields (approx 90mins) the coach will return to Ypres, so you may spend all your time in Ypres. Time allowed may vary, and departure times will be advised by your driver. This of course is subject to delays on the shuttle and traffic conditions.
Return - We expect to reach Hemel Hempstead to commence drop off’s at 23.00.

This itinerary is a guide only and may change without prior notice.


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