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July 8, 2014 Le Tour de France will stop in Lille!
After crossing the Channel to take the start from Le Touquet Paris-Plage, the Fourth Stage of Le Tour de France 2014 will link the Touquet to Lille (Villeneuve d'Ascq - Stade Pierre Mauroy).
Cities crossed at this stage are: Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, Montreuil sur Mer, Saint-Omer, Cassel, Steenvorde, le Mont Noir, Bailleul, Armentières, Lambersart, Lille, Mons-en-Baroeul and Villeneuve-d'Ascq.
The next day, the tour will depart from Ypres (Belgium) and the stage will end in Wallers (North).
Tour de France 2014 : 4th Stage from Le Touquet à to Lille - Link to the website of the stage
Some of the most important battles of the WWI took place around Ypres.This tour is designed to save you the hassle of getting by train or taxi to Ypres and give you an overview of the Ypres salient 1914-18.
During the trip you will discover the main sites surrounding Ypres : battlefields in the Messines area, monuments, memorials, cemeteries... Including the Essex Farm cemetery (the place where John McCrae wrote the poem "In Flanders Field"), the Bozinghe trenches, the Langemark German cemetery and, finally, the Tyne Cot cemetery (the largest and most impressive Commonwealth military cemetery).
A "Memory" that will be told by your guide... It is so close to Lille and it is definitely to be discovered!