Museums / Culture
Kid Friendly: Yes. I would say from 8 years on, kids are interested and able to sit for 1 hour in a car without stop. In total, 4-5 hours of driving all over the day.
Maximum travelers: 4
English (fluent), French (fluent), German (fluent)
Bastogne Malmedy, St Vith, La Gleize, Trois Ponts
Pick up at the hotel, departure 08:45 am, direction Bastogne , points of interests are Mardasson Memorial, facultatif War Museum, Mc Cauliffe square and others. Then we continue to Baraque La Fraiture to see Parkers Crossroad with one of the three original 105 canons in original position which Parker used to stopp the group of Tigers and other armored german troups. From there, we continue to La Gleize, where we will have the opportunity to see german Tiger Tank 213 left behind by Piper when he was running out of fuel and tried to pass the allied line by feet with his men. After this, our tour will pass Trois-Ponts direction Malmedy where to see the commemoratif site of the massacer of allied soldiers shot down by the Nazies in december 44. We continue to St Vith, then we will be on way home, Facultatif: "Patton's grave at Military Cemetery Luxemburg" which means, less time in Bastogne, back to hotel around 17. 45pm Taylormade options possible on request
Itinerary description in tour overview
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up at any hotel in Luxembourg city
End location: Drop off at any hotel in Luxembourg city
Duration: 9 hours 30 min.
This tour is only possible on weekends and on request as some of the sites I suggest to visit are not open on a regular base, therefore please tell me when you want to do it and I check if it's possible.
Vehicle will be a middlesize SUF(airconditionned) to assure a good comfort, maximum passengers is 3 to guarantee a comfortable situation.
fuel, snacks, soft drinks for the day, light food, entry fees
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 EUR - souvenirs, all the rest is included
Don't forget your camera
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A great tour for anyone interested in WWII. The countryside in Belgium and Luxembourg is beautiful.