Peninsular War Tour with Rifleman Harris

About the Tours

Information about the tours

Each tour has its own separate itinerary laying out clearly where you are staying with address and telephone number and where you are having breakfast, lunch and dinner. What you will be visiting and the fitness level required together with details of the tour guide and for some tour’s, the tour leader. Where you should meet at the beginning and end of the tour with timings. Lastly the cost of the tour and what is included and what is not.

Accommodation, Food and Drink

We go to great lengths to ensure that the hotel is in keeping with the tour’s character whilst providing a high quality and comfortable stay. Therefore the majority of the hotels are four-star or above.

Napoleon once remarked that an army marches on its stomach and we agree!

Breakfast is served in your hotel each morning, lunches are light at a restaurant or picnic lunches at a scenic location.  The evening meals is where tired limbs recover and discussion about the day’s itinerary are discussed so it is important that the setting and meal is of the highest standard. Therefore, we handpick the restaurants for their food and location. We do ask if you have any dietary requirements to let us know so we can plan the dinner accordingly. We tend not to include the cost of alcohol in our tours as it is up to the individual to determine the price and the amount.

Tour size and transportation

The average tour size is between 10 to 15 people, which is perfect for the group to gel and get the most out of the guide. However, we have done specific group tours for 30 people as well as small family tours. We use modern, air-conditioned coaches which are in the main fitted with a WC together with a professional driver.

Protection of your tour

When you book a package holiday with a member of The Travel Vault, the booking you have made will be financially protected.

This means that should your tour operator go into insolvency before you have enjoyed your holiday you will be entitled to claim for a refund. If your tour operator becomes insolvent whilst you are abroad then you will either be repatriated or be able to submit a claim for out-of-pocket expenses.

You are covered from the initial deposit through to paying the full balance of a booking.


Subject to availability we can lengthen your stay at a hotel, and making other ground arrangements as required.


Travel Insurance

To participate in any of our tours you must ensure that you have adequate travel insurance to cover: cancellation and curtailment up to the cost of the holiday for each participant, medical expenses, emergency repatriation, loss of luggage, travel delay plus loss of personal items and cash.

We strongly recommend that you and all members of your party be adequately insured as soon as you book your holiday. In any event, you must let us have details of your insurance policy at least four weeks prior to departure.

Classic Battlefield Tours reserves the right to refuse to carry anyone who has failed to notify them of any disability requiring assistance, or who in Classic Battlefield Tours’ opinion is unfit to travel.


For many countries, your passport needs to be valid for at least six months beyond your date of return.

You are responsible for checking current requirements before departure, the application process ensuring you comply with all requirements, and taking all relevant documents on your holiday. Classic Battlefield Tours will not be liable for any failure by the Client to discharge these responsibilities and the Client will have to reimburse Classic Battlefield Tours for any costs they incur as a result of such failure on the part of the Client.

Coronavirus (COVID 19)

We will be following government advice on places that cannot be visited safely, if we have to cancel a tour because of this guidance. We will give you a full refund or an offer of the same tour at a later date.

In each country we will follow that governments advice on safety measures; this may include wearing masks that we can provide.

If we believe that an country’s guidance is inadequate, we may insist on additional measures to provide reassurance to our guests.