Guided Tours in Western Europe

Guided Tours of the First and Second World War Battlefields in Western Europe

On this page you will find an overview of the WW1 and WW2 battlefield tours in Western Europe that I offer.  Apart from these, I can offer personalized tours to meet your specific needs and wishes.  Don’t hesitate to contact me.

To the extent possible, I emphasize taking clients into the field so that you can walk in the footsteps of your ancestors and experience the terrain for yourself.  Tours will also include visiting military cemeteries, monuments and museums, of course.

The fees are dependent upon group size, the distance from my home and tour length. Please ask me for further details.

For the third year in 2023, I am offering several American-German Battlefield Tours together with American company, Knee Deep into History. WW2 tours will include the Ardennes (Battle of the Bulge) and Normandy. WW1 tours will include the Meuse-Argonne and St.-Mihiel, Verdun and Flanders Fields and the Somme. Explore these battlefields with us and experience both sides of the story. We would love to have both German and American participants on these tours!
Monument in front of the Bastogne Historical Center
Bulge 1944
Markus Klauer wandert mit einer kleinen Gruppe durch das Waldgebiet der Argonnen
Meuse-Argonne 1918
German fortifications at the Lower Rehfelsen at the Hartmannsweilerkopf
Vosges Mountains 1914-18
Ossuary of Verdun with French Military Cemetery
Verdun 1916
36. (Basque) Division's Monument at the Edge of the Dames' Path
Dames' Path 1914-18
Canadian Monument on top of the Vimy Ridge
Loretto & Vimy Ridge 1915-17
Inside the German part of the underground Galleries of Vauquois
Vauquois 1914-18
Nachgebautes amerikanisches Landungsboot am Utah-Beach
Normandy 1944
French Char B1 Bis at Stonne
Sedan 1940
British Memorial to the Missing Menin Gate
Flanders Fields 1914-18
Denkmal der 38. (walisischen) Division am Mametz Wood
Somme & Cambrai 1916-18
French Monument from 69th Infantry Division at Dead Man's Hill
Dead Man's Hill 1914-18
German Monument in the middle of the Heckhoff Camp
Champagne East 1914-18