Great War Flanders Fields Minibus Tour from Bruges
- Discover key sites of World War I including battlefields, bunkers, and the town of Ypres
- See the picturesque Flemish countryside with its iconic poppy fields
- Learn historical facts about Belgium and Flanders
It was also here that the Germans invaded Belgium during World War I; a strategic move to attack France from the north. You will see the remaining artifacts and places of the city as you discover restored trenches, stroll among war graves in Passchendale and Polygon Wood, clamber over craters and bunkers on the preserved battlefield. and visit key war memorials. Behold the impressive sight of the imposing Menin Gate Memorial to the missing soldiers, complete with 55,000 names, erected on the spot where the soldiers left the city for the battlefront.
As your day continues you will also see the iconic poppy fields of Flanders as you ride through the countryside in an air-conditioned mini coach, perfect for relaxing and taking in the picturesque scenery.
- Transport in an air-conditioned mini coach
- Museum entrance and a lunch at Hooge Crater
When you get there
The Kiss and Ride zone in front of the train station in Brugge. If your hotel is more than a 10-minute walk from a pick-up location, please call the tour operator before your tour to arrange an alternative pick-up time and place.Open in Google Maps ⟶
• Please remember to wear good walking shoes as our tours involve quite a bit of walking about.
• This tour is not recommended for people with lesser mobility and for children younger than 8.
Leaving Belgium after the tour:
The tour is back in Bruges at the Floris Karos Hotel at around 18:00. This can vary by 15 minutes, so if you are on a time limit, keep this in mind when you book.
If your hotel is more than a 10-minute walk from a pick-up location, please call the tour operator before your tour to arrange for a pick-up time and place.
The minibus is air-conditioned and very comfortable. No smoking on board, please. However, the tour does stop frequently. It is possible to visit an ancestor's grave, but please ask in advance.