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Flanders Fields from Bruges

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  • A million soldiers from more than 50 different countries fought in Flanders Fields
  • Written in 1915 by John McCrae, 'In Flanders Fields' is the most famous World War poem
  • The Last Post ceremony takes place every evening at Menin Gate to commemorate the lives lost during the war
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Flanders Fields from Bruges Breaks

Flanders Fields from Bruges is a tour which will take you on an emotional journey through the history of Flanders Fields where you can discover the history of the World War.

About Flanders Fields from Bruges

The Flanders Fields from Bruges will first stop at the German Military Cemetery of Vladso to see the sculptures of Kathe Kollwitz (Grieving Parents), then onto the small city of Diksmuide to visit the ‘Trench of Death’. Along the tour, you will also see the impressive ‘Gate of Peace’ and the Ijzertower. Passing along the Peace Mill and the Canadian Monument in St. Julien, the tour will then arrive in Passchendaele, where uncountable numbers of men were killed during terrible battles. Stopping at the Old Cheese Factory, you’ll enjoy a bread meal before setting off to visit the famous Commonwealth Cemetery of Tyne Cot, where a staggering 13,000 men lay at rest. The tour will then head to Ypres to visit the famous Hill 60, famous for the tunnelling war and the Caterpillar Crater, and returning to Ypres for free time and dinner, before attending the moving Last Post Ceremony at Menin Gate.

Flanders Fields from Bruges Highlights

  • You’ll discover the place where John McCrae wrote his famous poem 'In Flanders Fields'
  • The tour will stop at the UNESCO-listed museum of 'In Flanders Fields' situated in the world-famous Cloth Hall
  • See the impressive ‘Gate of Peace’ and the Ijzertower

What Makes it Super

A tour of one of the most historically-significant sites in the world, the Flanders Fields from Bruges is a great short break for anyone interested in history and is a diverse tour, including monuments, a museum and many historically important sites.


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