• World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium

    World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium

    Hailed as the 'Great War' to end all wars, World War 1 in fact became one of the bloodiest conflicts in history and raged over Europe for 4 years. Take a commemorative tour back to the fields, towns and villages where the conflicts and battles took place.

  • World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium

    World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium

    Hailed as the 'Great War' to end all wars, World War 1 in fact became one of the bloodiest conflicts in history and raged over Europe for 4 years. Take a commemorative tour back to the fields, towns and villages where the conflicts and battles took place.

  • World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium

    World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium

    Hailed as the 'Great War' to end all wars, World War 1 in fact became one of the bloodiest conflicts in history and raged over Europe for 4 years. Take a commemorative tour back to the fields, towns and villages where the conflicts and battles took place.

World War 1 Tour - England, France & Belgium

Hailed as the 'Great War' to end all wars, World War 1 in fact became one of the bloodiest conflicts in history with an estimated 37 million civilian and military casualties combined. Raging on for 4 years, it brought down monarchies and rewrote the map of Europe. Now over 100 years later, we invite you to take a commemorative tour back to the fields, towns and villages where the conflicts and battles took place.

Highlights

  • London with the Imperial War Museum and its famous WW1 Galleries and the Cenotaph.
  • France and key battlefields, museums with battle plans, photographs, military exhibits and personal artefacts, war graves and monuments.
  • The famous Somme battlefields, the Bellicourt American Monument and American Cemetery.
  • The sites of the Battles of Argone, St Mihiel Salient, Verdun and the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the largest undertaking by the US Army during WW1, with the Cemetery and Memorial, where rests the largest number of US military dead in Europe.
  • Ypres Salient and a preserved bunker complex used by the British Army as a medical dressing station, the Bayernwald German Trenches and the three German bunkers in Tyne Cot cemetery.
  • French Flanders, home of the poppy fields.
  • See where the Treaty of Versailles was signed, signifying the end of the War.
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Photo credits: 

Slideshow: Tyne Cot Cemetery, First World War Galleries © IWM, Poppies. 

Photos to the right of the tour: Duke of Cambridge © IWM.

  • Always a pleasant and memorable trip…well organised and friendly.

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