These tours are designed with you as the driver in mind. The drives between sites are kept to a minimum, along the beautiful scenic routes. The hotels are selected so they have secure parking as well as being high-quality or historic to fit in to the local countryside.
We dine in fine restaurants in the evening and light lunches during the day.
The tours are a mixture of history and culture of a particular region or event.
The itinerary gives you a detailed breakdown of your journey with all the necessary addresses of the sites you will be visiting together with a brief history. We use local guides who are specially chosen for their knowledge and enthusiasm of the subject. Museums are selected to give you the best possible understanding of the historic event or cultural experience.
The group will have its own tour leader to ensure the smooth running of the tour. So, all you have to do is turn up with your passport.
The tour doesn’t have to end on the last day as you will be given the opportunity to join a WhatsApp group where you can keep in touch with your fellow tour members.
These are our standard tours designed for groups of up to 15 persons, unless otherwise stated. We offer bespoke tours for groups, families or individuals which can be tailor-made to meet a particular period, event or location of history.
This tour is a mixture of motoring and military history set in one of the most breathtakingly beautiful parts of the UK. The motoring in Scotland is one of the highlights of this trip with dramatic and rugged scenery. The area has a proud tradition of military history and produced some fine warriors.
Waterloo & Bruges Tour
The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815, near Waterloo in Belgium. A French army under the command of Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated by two of the armies of the Seventh Coalition: A British-led coalition consisting of units from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Hanover, Brunswick and Nassau, under the command of the Duke of Wellington, referred to by many authors as the Anglo-allied army or Wellington’s army, and a Prussian army under the command of Field Marshal von Blücher, referred also as Blücher’s army. The battle marked the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
Verdun and Champagne
The battle of Verdun was the longest and one of the bloodiest of the First World War. The Germans aimed to take the French out of the war by inflicting such huge causalities that they would be a spent force. This was to be done by goading them into committing more and more reserves which the Germans would destroy. However, it didn’t work out to plan as the Germans also had to throw in vast reserves as the carnage escalated.
This tour is a mixture of motoring and military history set in one of the most peaceful and beautiful parts of France.
We visit Chateaux, Vineyards, Le Mans and combat styled pistol shooting
D Day and authentic shooting experience
This is more than your average military history tour. We look at the battlefield from various angles as well as firing the types of weapons used on D Day and seeing the beaches from the sea which gives a different perspective on the landings. We will also be covering both the American and British sectors including the paratrooper drop zones and the beach landings.
This tour is a mixture of motoring and military history set in one of the most peaceful and beautiful parts of France. The motoring in the Ardennes is one of the highlights of this tour with picturesque villages and scenery. The area has a lot of military history due to its location on the German, Belgium, Luxembourg and French borders. This tour focuses on the Battle of the Bulge which was the last roll of the dice for Nazi Germany in the West and ultimately ended in victory for the Allies.