Is there a World War I battlefield tour from Paris?

MY PARTNER AND I WANT TO DO A ONE-DAY TOUR OF SOME WORLD WAR I BATTLEFIELDS AND MEMORIALS DURING OUR STAY IN PARIS. MOST TOURS PICK UP FROM AMIENS OR ARRAS TRAIN STATIONS AND WE'RE NOT CONFIDENT ABOUT GETTING THERE, IS THERE A TOUR COMPANY THAT WOULD SUIT US? L. STILL, WERRINGTON DOWNS NSW

Google "Viator visiting World War I battlefields from Paris" and you can find several one-day tours to these battlefields. However, the choice is limited, and focuses on the battlefields where the major European powers fought as opposed to those where Australian forces were more heavily involved. If that's where your interest lies you'd be better off getting to Amiens and picking up a tour, and True Blue Digger Tours (trueblue-diggertours.com) and Cobbers Battlefield Tours (anzac-tours.com) are two possibilities.

Getting from Paris to Amiens by train is not difficult or complicated. Trains leave from Paris' Gare du Nord, which you can get to easily by taxi or via the city's metro system. The train takes just over an hour from Paris to Amiens and services are frequent.Catching trains throughout Europe is simple: stations and platforms are well signposted, getting tickets and information is easy and the food is usually far better, and cheaper, than any airport terminal. Once you've done one train journey in Europe, you'll never look back.