WWI and WWII Battlefields

Visit some of the most historic battlefields in Europe during this poignant Special Interest trip.

Explore the moments of the D-Day Landings, infamous Somme and the Battle of Dunkirk, immortalised in the museums, memorials and cemeteries dotting the French, Belgian and Dutch countrysides.

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About this trip


What's included

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11 nights

Accommodation

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16 Meals

11 breakfasts, 5 dinners (including Be My Guest)

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On-trip Transport

All transport shown


The Trafalgar difference

Connect with Locals

Go Dutch and share a gezellig 'Be My Guest' dinner, savouring delicious local cheeses, with the Pauw family on their dairy farm near Amsterdam. (Day 11)

Dive into Culture

The charming countryside of North Holland reveals its secrets behind perfecting Dutch cheese and crafting the traditional clog. (Day 11)

Local Specialist

For included sightseeing in London and Paris


Sightseeing highlights

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ORIENTATION of Normandy, Bayeux, Amiens, the Somme Region, Ypres, Bruges and Amsterdam

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VISIT the D-Day Landing Beaches in Normandy, the Bayeux Tapestry Museum, Saint-Sulpice Church in Paris, Amiens Cathedral, military cemeteries throughout northern France and Belgium, the Australian National Memorial, the Caen Memorial, WWI & WWII Battlefields, the Dunkirk War Museum and evacuation beaches and the Memorial Museum Passchendale in Zonnebeke

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VIEW Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe in Paris and the cobblestone streets and canals of Bruges

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