Tourism Albert

Albert is located at the North-East of the department of Somme and region Picardie, with intersection of the river Ancre and the old Roman way connecting Amiens (to 30 km) to Bapaume (to approximately 20 km) today the secondary road 929. Albert disposes a station of train on the line Paris - Lille, and since 2007, an airport, Airport Albert-Pica.

Albert was stake of terrible combat at the time of the Battle of the Summe during the First World War.


  1. Basilic Notre-Dame de Brebières, built of 1885 to 1895
  2. Somme museum

Tour to explore Picardie

  • Thème : Sciences and discovery
  • Départ : Amiens
  • Durée : 5 jours

For 5 days, you will explore the Picardie region. You will discover the treasures hidden in the region.

Day 1 : Amiens Day 2 : Beauvais Day 3 : Astérix Day 4 : Pierrefonds

Visit cities in Somme

  • Thème : Sciences and discovery
  • Départ : Albert
  • Durée : 3 jours

Discover towns and cities in the Somme department. Visit tourist sites, enjoy our tourist routes. We offer you a larg choice of accommodation: hotels, b&bs, gîtes...

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  • Thème : Sites and museums
  • Départ : Corbie
  • Durée : 4 jours

Corbie is a small town (chief town of canton) located at 15 km, in the East and upstream of Amiens, in the valley of the Somme, crossed by the Channel of the Sum and served by a station. It is also crossed by an arm of Anchors, the Bakery, which joins the Somme channeled just downstream from the ...

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Bapaume city

  • Thème : Sciences and discovery
  • Départ : Bapaume
  • Durée : 3 jours

Bapaume is a french town located in the department of the Pas-de-Calais and the Nord-Pas-de-Calais area.

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