Full day tour with transportation and a private guide.
Leaving your hotel in Bruges around 08:00.
Driving towards Vimy, (1h30) visiting the Grange Tunnels and the Canadian and German trenches. Going to the Memorial and the Canadian cemetery.
Driving towards the Ypres area (1h).
Going to Hill 62, Mount Sorrel, Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial, the largest CWGC cemetery in Europe. The Crest Farm Memorial in Passendale. Visiting the memorial of the Brooding Soldier in Sint Juliaan, 1st gas attack. Langemark German Cemetery.
Driving towards Ypres and Essex Farm Dressing Station where Dr John McRae wrote the poem in Flanders Fields.
Spending some time in Ypres and attending the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate.
approximately 20:20 leaving Ypres towards your hotel.
I can create a customized tour for you in case you have special requests
Bruges Vimy is an 1h30 drive, back from Vimy to Flanders is an hour.
Mount Sorrel, Passendale, St Juliaan, Essex Farm and Ypres are all 15 minutes, or less, away from eachother. After the Last Post a 40 minutes trip back to Bruges.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We meet at your accommodation in Bruges, Ypres, Lille or Arras.
End location: The tour ends at your accommodation.
Duration: 12 hours 30 min.
We use a Mercedes Vito, fully insured, air conditioned and equiped for battlefield tours.
Your guide, transport in our vehicle, all taxes and insurances, entrance fees of the visited places, a lunch (a sandwich, soup, or omelette with a drink) and a booklet recording the event
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 Euros - some money to spend for souvenirs
If you would like to start from another city, please send me a message and I will customize the tour for you
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This was an excellent tour. Claude was very informative and an excellent guide. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone going to Belgium. We were extremely impressed with every aspect of this tour, but especially how knowledgeable Claude was about Canada's role in WW1.