2 DAY CRECY AND AGINCOURT PRIVATE TOUR
Walk in the footsteps of English longbowmen and French cavalry on this remarkable tour of the battlefields of the Hundred Years War. This bitter conflict raged in the 14th and 15th centuries and shaped the future of both English and French rule in Western Europe. Our expert Guide will guide you to key sites from both the Battle of Crecy and the Battle of Agincourt, and bring this fascinating chapter of history to life.
Amiens to Crecy via Doullens and Auxi-le-Chateau. Explore the battlefield of Crecy followed by the historic town of Hesdin and the medieval town of Montreuil-Sur-Mer.
Guided walking tour of Montreuil and its ramparts followed by a visit to all the key sites from the Battle of Agincourt.
Full Itinerary (Click here)
Crecy and Agincourt
Day 1, Battle of Crecy
Your tour begins in Amiens, which can be easily reached on a morning train from Paris. On arrival in Amiens you will be met by your expert Guide at 9:00am. The drive to the battlefield of Crecy takes you through the town of Doullens with its medieval citadel and stained glass windows commemorating the 1918 agreement to give overall command of the Western Front to General Foch. Auxi-le-Chateau, a quaint archetypical French rural town, is the next that we pass on the way to Crecy-en-Ponthiew. At Crecy you will spend the morning exploring the battlefield and enjoying sweeping views from the Observation Tower, the site of the windmill where Edward III oversaw his victory in 1346, one of the most critical battles of the Hundred Years War. You will have free time for lunch in the historic town of Hesdin, with its many restaurants. In the afternoon you will drive to the medieval town of Montreuil-Sur-Mer, the burial location of the slain French Lords from the Crecy battlefield. You will then check in to your hotel situated in the heart of the town.
STAR INCLUSIONS: Full-day touring of the battlefield of Crecy
Day 2, Battle of Agincourt
Your day begins with a guided walking tour of Montreuil and its ramparts. This historic town was the setting for Victor Hugos’ ‘Les Miserables’ and General Haig set up his headquarters just outside the town during WWI. You will then drive to Agincourt where your guide will take you to the Agincourt Medieval Centre and then on to the Agincourt Memorial and orientation table. The battle of Agincourt on St. Crispin’s Day, 25 October 1415, is perhaps the most famous battle of the Hundred Years War. You will have free time for a local lunch. In the late afternoon your guide will return you to Amiens train station or hotel at approximately 5-5.30pm. (B)
STAR INCLUSIONS: Walking tour of historic Montreuil – Guided touring of the Agincourt battlefield – Agincourt Medieval Centre
Your Tour Includes (Click here)
Crecy and Agincourt
- 2 days’ fully-escorted touring of the battlefields of Crecy and Agincourt with an expert English-speaking Guide
- Private touring – just you and your guide!
- The opportunity to discuss your battlefield travel plans with our expert team
- Comprehensive touring of all the major battle sites, including many out-of-the-way sites visited only by Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours
- Travel by Deluxe air-conditioned vehicle
- An insight into French local culture
- All inclusions and admissions as described in the itinerary
- Reference to records and maps carried by our Guide
- 3-star hotel accommodation
- Breakfast daily
How To Book
Crecy and Agincourt Private Tour
Contact our reservations team on 1300 880 340 or click on the enquiry button below and leave your details.
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Total Cost: $1470 per person, twin share, land only
Single supplement: Please enquire for single passenger prices.
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Please note: Itineraries are subject to change due to operational reasons. In addition, your Historian may alter the sites visited on each day to suit local conditions. Any changes will be advised closer to the time of departure.