WWII Expedition: The Western Front – Normandy to Bavaria 
 September 9-24, 2017


$3895.00 Dbl Occ Land Tour – Non Stop Group Air from PHL $950.00
WWII: The Western Front – Normandy to Munich

Our most comprehensive itinerary.   Explore Operation Overlord and Normandy, Holland and Operation Market-Garden, Belgium and Battle of the Bulge and Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest and bunker system!

Inclusions:

ABMC Cemeteries
Normandy – Henri-Chapelle – Luxembourg

Museums
Interpretive Center, Normandy American Cemetery
Airborne Museum, Ste. Mere-Eglise, FR
D-Day Museum at Utah Beach, FR
Wings of Liberation Museum, Eindhoven, NE
National Liberation Museum, Groesbeek, NE
Fort Eben Emael, Belgium
101st HQ Museum, Bastogne
Belgian War Museum, Bastogne
National Military Museum, Diekirch, LUX
Dachau Concentration Camp, Dachau, DE
Documentation Center, Obersalzburg, DE

Transportation Vintage WWII Vehicles (distance 10k)
                                
Modern European Motor-coach – 11 days

Lodging Partners
(examples-tours vary but all lodging is 3/4 Star)
Novotel, Bayeux, FR
Kyriad Carentan, Carentan, FR
Mercure Amiens Cathedrale, Amiens, FR
Holiday Inn Eindhoven, Eindhoven, NE
Hotel du Parc, Diekirch, LU
Mercure Stuttgart City Center, Stuttgart, GE
Feringapark, Munich, GE

Bert’s thoughts on the tour experience:

Battlefields, Bridges, Memorials and Monuments
here’s a partial list … expect the unexpected!

Normandy
Major Dick Winters Leadership Monument
Pointe du Hoc Ranger Memorial
Iron Mike Statue, La Fiere
Brecourt Manor
Timmes Orchard
PFC de Glopper Memorial
E-Company Memorial, Sainte Marie du Mont
Navy Monument,  Utah Beach
Big Red One Monument, Omaha Beach
Pegasus Bridge
Arromanches

Netherlands
John Thompson Bridge
“Drop Zones” of the 101st & 82nd
Schoonderlogt
Hall of Honor, Groesbeek
LTC Cole Memorial
The Crossings

Belgium
The Dragon’s Teeth
Mardasson Monument

McAuliffe Square
German Cemetery
101st Memorial
Malmedy Massacre Wall of Remembrance
The Bois Jacques

Luxembourg
Patton’s Grave
German Cemetery, Sandweiler

Germany
Ea
gle’s Nest
Excavated Bunkers at Obersalzburg

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