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2015 Tours


World War 2 Battlefield Tours – 2014 (page 5)

The tour list gives the full index of all of our battlefield tours, pilgrimage tours and war graves tours for the Second World War. Expanded details of all tours is also available in our brochure, contact us for a copy.


WORLD WAR 2: 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem

18th – 22nd Sept
5 Days, 4 Nights



A special 70 Year Anniversary Tour commemorating The Battle of Arnhem, 'A Bridge Too Far'; visting Arnhem and Nijmegen.

Please click here for full details.



WORLD WAR 2: The Italian Campaign

Battlefield/Pilgrimage tour visiting Monte Cassino, Anzio and Salerno

18th – 22nd Sept
5 Days, 4 Nights


(Single supplement: £80.00)

Can't make a trip?
Want photographs of a Grave, Memorial or Battlefield site?
Contact Ian at the War Research Society.


Italian Cemetry
Italian Campaign, troops boarding

Flying out on day one we are met by our coach and taken to our hotel in the Cassino area where we are based for the first four nights. All the hotels used are of excellent standard up to and including 4-star, personally visited and checked by the organizers. All rooms have en-suite facilities, television, telephone, all breakfasts are buffet breakfasts and evening meals are three course.

There will be the services of a chauffeur driven car to facilitate Special Visits to Bari and Taranto Cemeteries, and certain others in the Central region of Italy, if required.

Our itinerary will be as follows, but may be subject to slight change depending on requests to visit specific sites/cemeteries, you are guaranteed to be taken to your place of request.

Day 1 – Flight from Heathrow to Rome, where we are met by our coach and taken to our hotel.

Day 2 – Visit to Monte Cassino, the Garigliano Valley and Minturno.

Day 3 – Today we visit Anzio, Aprilia, the Wadi’s and Campoleone.

Day 4 – Today we visit Salerno and Naples.

Day 5 – After breakfast we are taken back to Rome Airport for our flight home.

flying tour All of our flying tours are organised through Carrick Travel Ltd, which is a bonded company, and the tours provided will meet the requirements of ABTA (ABTA number 18343) and the CAA (ATOL number 1159).



WORLD WAR 2: Battle of the Bulge

The Ardennes

25th – 29th Sept
5 Days, 4 Nights



Battle of the Bulge tank
Tank trap
American troops

Travelling from the UK we make our way to our hotel in Belgium for a one night stay. The following day we visit the beautiful town of Dinant before making for the town of Hotton, with its British and Commonwealth Cemetery, and seeing the Panther Tank at Grandmesnil. We then go to our hotel in Luxemburg, where we spend the following three nights.

Next day sees us following the route taken by the infamous Joachim Peiper, from the Schnee Eifel in Germany, through the small lanes and villages, covering the various atrocities, before arriving at the cross-roads just outside Malmedy, where the notorious 'Massacre At Malmedy' took place. Here we pay our respects and have a short 'Service of Remembrance'.

We then visit the cafe, where some of the troops took refuge. We continue on to the Hotel Moulin, where Peiper ate the breakfast of the fleeing Americans, and pay our respects to those shot at the small memorial outside. From here we cover the action at Trois Ponts before ending up at the Museum at La Gleize, where we see the fearsome King Tiger Tank.

Next day we see various memorials and pieces of equipment en route to the marvellous Museum in Deikirch, where we spend time looking at the artefacts and Panoramas so splendidly set out. Continuing south we visit the large American Cemetery in Luxembourg and see the grave of General Patton, before we visit Bastogne, 'Nuts City', see it's Sherman Tank, and visit the Mardasson American Memorial and Museum on the hillside.

Prior to returning to our hotel, we visit the isolated graves of the airmen shot down on their return from a secret mission over Germany, and who lie buried alongside their crashed aircraft.

On the final day we make our way back to the Port of Calais, visiting the Panther Tank at Grandmesnil on the way.