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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Please check this page for any questions that you have.
If your questions have not been answered don't hesitate to contact us with your question.

How long does a 1-day tour take?
We start the tour at 9.00 a.m. and it ends approximitly at 17.30 p.m.

Where do the tours start?
All our tours start a specific gatheringpoint, best suited for the tour you choose. You will receive information from us how to get there with your bookingconfirmation.

How big are your tourgroups?
All tours are 'private tours', this means we only take your group on tour, so you can experience it all with your colleagues, relatives or friends.
We do recommend a group not to be larger than 15-20 people so there is enough time for questions and interaction. The minimum for a group is set on 5 people.

Are your tours suitable for children?
For a tours we recommend a minimum age of 12 years.
Due to the given information and the length of the tour, younger children find the tour too tiring.

In which languages are your tours given?
Dutch or English depending on the group.

I have little or no prior knowledge on the subject of the tour, is that a problem?
Our tours are not packed with just facts and numbers, the information presented to our group of clients is suited for that group; little or no prior knowledge on the subject is not a problem. We enjoy sharing our stories with you and answering your questions.

Do we have time for a refreshmentbreak or souvenir shopping during the 1-day tours?
The only scheduled break is made at lunch, so we advise you to bring your own refreshments and snacks you may want at any other time during the tour.
There is no shoppingtime scheduled during our 1-day tours.
After the tour you are free to visit the city and go souvenir shopping.

What vehicles do you use?
Our tours are self-driven, so you will have all the comfort of your own car.
But it is also possible for us to arrange vans (8 persons per van) just ask for the possibilties.
You don't need a 4x4 to reach the sites we visit!

Do you book accommodations?
No, but depending on the tour you book we can provide you with a list of recommended hotels or B&B's in the area.

Our tours

Battle of the Bulge

Battle of the Bulge; Bastogne Area

We offer you 4 unique tours in and around Bastogne where the Allies fought in one of the biggest campaigns during the last desperate attack of the German regime.

Fields of Honor

Fields of Honor

The only WWII American military cemetery in the Netherlands is situated in Margraten. Belgium has two World War Two American War Cemeteries: Henri-Chapelle & Ardennes

Operation Market Garden

Operation Market Garden

17th September 1944 American paratroopers landed in The Netherlands and the start of operation Market Garden is a fact.

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