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Battlefield Tours

Battlefield Tours 2018/2019

With the help of our knowledgeable Specialist Guides, our Battlefield Tours enable you to better understand the history and discover the stories of those we lost during wartime. Join us this Centenary period as we Walk in the Footsteps of Heroes® on an inspirational journey of Remembrance you will never forget.

A WW1 Battlefield Tour can be a journey of reflection, appreciation and education, but most importantly a journey of Remembrance. Join us as we visit the sites where the infamous battles of the Great War took place, to recall the monumental acts of sacrifice, bravery and courage which shaped our future.

Battlefield Coach Holidays

Western Front
Western Front End to End
9 Days From £929

Join us on a unique journey as we travel the whole length of the Western Front, starting on the Belgian coast and reaching the far end on the border with Switzerland.

Beer & Battlefields
Beer & Battlefields
5 Days From £579

Raise a glass to our heroes and combine visits to the battlefields from both WW1 and WW2, with visits to some of the best breweries, many of which were effected by the conflicts.

ANZAC Cemetary
Centenary of ANZAC at
5 Days From £399

As well as visiting key WW1 battlefield sites including VC Corner and Messines Ridge, this emotive tour also attends the commemorative events on the Centenary of this iconic battle.

WW1 Tour
Remembering WW1 - The Great Pilgrimage 90 Event
5-7 Days From £429

Join us on this centenary tour as we commemorate the Last 100 Days of WW1, visiting battlefield sites in France and Belgium such as Ypres, Mons and Loos.

WW1 Tour
All Quiet on the Western Front
4-5 Days From £319

This is the perfect introduction to the First World War battlefields looking at the key battlefield sites of the Great War on the Western Front in Belgium and France.

WW1 Tour
Tunnellers on the Western Front - The Underground War
4 Days From £339

The war beneath the Western Front in Belgium and France was the Underground War, fought by tunnellers deep beneath the surface where they blew charges to destroy each other or positions on the surface.

WW1 Tour
Flanders Fields - Britain's Bastion on the Western Front
4 Days From £399

Ypres was the most important British battlefield of the First World War with more than 250,000 British and Commonwealth dead falling in defence of Flanders Fields.

WW1 Tour
They Called it Passchendaele
5 Days From £519

A century ago in Flanders, Belgium, the year 1917 was dominated by two great offensives: the Battle of Messines in June 1917 when nineteen mines were detonated under the Messines Ridge, and the Battle of Passchendaele where men fought in terrible battlefield conditions or mud and rain.


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