in France is a bespoke tour company. That means that we will tailor our tours to your precise
specifications. Our luxury minibus will take you anywhere you want to go on
the Western Front. If you wish to visit a particular spot, the
thoroughness of our preparatory research will ensure that you get
there. With a maximum of fourteen guests on each tour, we offer a degree
of flexibility that the ‘big coach’ tours are unable to supply.
For that reason our itineraries are never set in concrete and no two
ever be the same. We believe that this is a fundamental reason why you should choose to travel with
us. There is nothing regimented or
about Somewhere in France. However we do operate within a
basic structure - elements of which are interchangeable, depending upon
our clients’ wishes. New visits can be added; old ones can be set
for another time. We are at your disposal.
Our basic five-day tour
is outlined here.
The cost is a
competitive £495.00 per person.
Click here and
you’ll find our popular six-day tour, at £595.00 per person.
prices cover minibus (including refreshment hamper), ferry berths,
hotels (including breakfast), lunches and entry to all museums. Our
guests prefer to have the evening to themselves, so we’ll let you make
your own arrangements for dinner. You’ll be staying in the town centres
of Arras and Ypres, so there’s no shortage of restaurants, cafes
picturesque continental pubs.You don’t have to bring your rifle and
there are no dawn inspections. Our tours are informal, informative and
(above all) fun. You’ll be following in the footsteps of a unique
generation and they would want you to remember them with a smile.
We have a duty not to
let them down!
Our 2008 'Thursday to Monday' tour schedule gets underway in
April. The dates are listed below. Places are available on most trips.
Contact Jack at email@example.com
if you would like to join us.
April 10th to 14th
May 15th to 19th
June 12th to 16th
July 3rd to 7th
August 7th to 11th
September 11th to 15th
October 16th to 20th
November 27th to December 1st (St Andrew's Night)