Full day sightseeing tour of the American sectors of the D-Day Normandy invasion. An experienced English speaking guide will show you the battlefield sites and explain in detail the events that occurred.
My passion for history and years of experience giving tours for hundreds of clients has allowed me to hone my ability to cut to the core of a place and give essential information to understand what happened there. I however, also give enough unique and personalized stories to allow clients to get a real feel for a location. I believe that a tactile experience, one when a person stands in a place where important and intense history was made, allows people to gain a greater understanding of a location. If someone is a completely new to a location and knows nothing about the history, I can give a strong introductory explanation which goes beyond just dates and names. Also, if someone has a deep understanding of the history, I can give facts and details that will add to that understanding. These tours will appeal to all levels of interest. At FFC Historical Tours, we strive to give clients an enjoyable informative tour. We hope to have the honor of your business.
Full day trip to El Alameien and Alexandria, start with a visit to El Alamein Battlefield day Trip take a day trip to the Ware cemetery and the Military MuseumVisit the Battlefield of World War II side by side Starting with El-Alamein War Museum and the War Cemetery that is known as the Commonwealth Cemetery then move to Alexandria Visit the best places in Alexandria start by visiting the Roman Theater then visit the Catacomb tomb the underground tomb back to the third century, after that have lunch break then visit the fortress of Qitbay the original location of the ancient lighthouse of Alexandria it was one of the Seven Wonders of the World. have lunch at Alexandria
Tailor made tour to fit your expectation. We visit the grave of a relative when it fits the itinerary. We can adjust this tour to include the Villers-Bretonneux Australian John Monash Centre.
Get onboard this Normandy battlefield tour and join our knowledgeable English speaking driver/guide with for a full day visit to the key beaches, sites and museum linked to D-Day. This small group tour will take you to different points of interest such as the inescapable Omaha and Utah landing beaches, U.S. cemetery, the preserved Pointe du Hoc site and historic Sainte-Mère-Eglise village. Discover all the unescapable Normandy region has to offer and be part of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day.
Be treated like a VIP as you tour the city on a private, full-day Atlanta History tourIn addition to following the history of Atlanta from a major Civil War battlefield to the center of the Civil Rights movement, including the Martin Luther King Historic District, also: • Lunch @ the Sweet Auburn Curb Market (cost not included) • Visit the Cyclorama at the Atlanta History Center • Visit the Margaret Mitchell House, home of the author of Gone With the Wind
TOUR PROGRAM :8:00 a.m: Our Guide will meet you up at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City.Then, Transfer to Long Tan Commune in Dat Do District,Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province after three-hour-drive.11:00: Transfer to Hoa Long to visit the old battle field. We will take you to visit the following places:1. Long Phuoc Underground Tunnel - a former wartime tunnel complex.2. Nui Dat Base (SAS hill)- the former Australian Task Force Base (ATF) at Nui Dat - former military landmarks such as, SAS hill,” Luscombe Field “ air strip, Luscombe Bowl and the “Kangaroo South Pad” a Helicopter dust off strip and the area of Pearly gates. Then visit the Nui Dat Kindy.3. Visit Long Tan Cross Memorial with the brief of LTC and Long Tan battle in 1966.108 members of ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corp) fighting between 1,500 and 2,500 Viet Cong forces4. Take a look/photos Horseshoe Hill (Former Fire support Base,named Gia Quy).13:30: Back to Ba Ria to Have lunch15:00: Back to hotel. Trip ends.
Join us on the Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift Anglo-Zulu battlefield tour. Walk in the footsteps of both Zulu warriors and British army of 1879, and relive the moment, as scholarly battlefield specialist guides paint a picture of what truly transpired on 22 January 1879.
Full-Day Tour in Flanders with a professional tour guide and a private driver.In the morning your private vehicle with our team of professional guide and driver will come to pick you up from your hotel and drive you to well-know Flanders region where you will discover battlefields, cemeteries and memorials of a World War I (1914 to 1918). Flanders was a major battle theatre on the Western Front during the First World War. A million soldiers from more than 50 different countries were wounded, missing or killed in action here. Entire cities and villages were destroyed, their population scattered across Europe and beyond. We invite you to touch the history with our guide.Every tour can be personalized upon customer's request