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Band of Brothers Tour

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    A complete coverage of the war

The Band of Brothers Tour is an unforgettable 11-day journey from the shores of Normandy to Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest, hitting all of the highlights of the American WWII war effort in the footsteps of the famous Easy Company. The first days of the tour dive into all five landing beaches, with a special focus on the American landing sectors. We then head east through the Ardennes to Belgium, where Passengers can crouch in the foxholes of Bois Jacques and learn about the vehicles that defined the Allied war effort during the Battle of the Bulge and the Siege of Bastogne. Our journey ends in Germany, where we learn about the context of the Nazi regime, a sobering visit to the very first concentration camp of Dachau and we top off the tour with a day trip to the Bavarian Alps, where we visit the famous Eagle's Nest on top of the Kehlstein mountain.

Highlights

  • All five beaches of Normandy
  • Normandy American Cemetery
  • Pointe du Hoc
  • Utah Beach Museum
  • Bastogne
  • Luxembourg American Cemetery
  • Munich
  • Dachau concentration camp
  • Eagle's Nest

Inclusivity

  • Airport pick-up and drop-off transfers
  • All nights at four-star hotels
  • Daily breakfast and dinner
  • Entry to all museums and attractions
  • Expert local guides
  • High-quality bus transport
  • 24/7 Tour Director
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Since I have not been invited for a tour :-) I have no personal knowledge of the tour. But for what I can see abou the stories on the website and the pictures of previous tours, go check this out. Visit their website and see for yourself.

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A big THANK YOU to the United States Army Center of Military History for their help in providing the input for these pages. All pages on this website are constantly being refitted with acurate data and texts and it is an ongoing process.



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