5% discount when you take a Leger Battlefield Tour and Walk in the footsteps of Heroes. Save 5% on these specialist coach tours that act as a poignant reminder to us all of the sacrifices made by the men and women who fought and died for our freedom. These Leger tours take you to the battlefields, war graves, memorials and last resting places of the fallen. To ensure that you gain a greater understanding of the areas of conflict you may visit and its history, all Battlefield coach tours are accompanied by a specialist guide.
To book any of these Battlefields Tours call Leger Holidays direct, on 0844 880 7644 and quote T55 for the Travel 55 discounted price.
Join Leger on a unique tour to commemorate the centenary of the Great War: a journey along the entire Western Front, from end to end.More Info
Discover the stories, tragedy and bravery of the First World War Battlefields of the Somme and Flanders.More Info
Join us for five walks covering the major battles of the Somme, including Serre, Sausage Valley and Mametz.More Info
See the landing beaches and battlegrounds, military cemeteries and museums of the single biggest invasion force ever assembled.More Info
The evacuation of more than 330,000 British and French troops from Dunkirk in May1940 was one of the turning points of the Second…More Info
This Leger tour looks at the Allied attempts to cross the mighty River Rhine after the failure of ‘Operation Market Garden’.More Info
This tour, based for three nights in the centre of Ypres, covers the ground around Ypres, the main British battlefront in the First…More Info
Step back in history to walk the ground and experience the true scale of the sacrifices made on the killing fields of Europe.More Info
The Battle of the Marne was a turning point in 1914,halting the German advance on towards Paris.More Info
We follow the largest but ill fated airborne operation devised by General Montgomery to shorten the war.More Info
A major German offensive The Battle of the Bulge launched through the forested Ardennes mountain region in Belgium.More Info
Honouring the commitment and spirit of the RAF during WWII, this poignant reminder of the RAF’s contribution visits Colditz.More Info