World War 1 Tours.
In 2016, Leger has continued to expand the choice of tours covering the first world war.
If you are taking a battlefields tour for the first time, All Quiet on the Western Front is recommended as a good entry point. This
tour covers the main battlefields of the Somme and Flanders, and as well as being instructive on the nature of the War, offering amazing
insights into some of the stories of individual courage and sacrifice.
For those who would like to follow specific campaigns or aspects of the Great War we have many other tours to choose from, all of which
offer the same expertise and interest from our Specialist Battlefield Guides.
More than 750,000 British soldiers were killed on the Western Front during the Great War. During this Centenary period, join us on this ideal introductory tour visiting the major battlefields of Flanders and France.
4 days from £279, 5 days from £359
From our base in Ypres, explore the gently undulating landscape of Flanders, scene of some of the fiercest battles of the Great War.
5 days from £509
In the centenary year of the infamous Battle of the Somme, we are pleased to announce a new version of our classic battlefield walking tour which will focus on the terrible Black Day of the British Army - 1st July 1916. We will see the key areas along the
4 days from £369, 5 days from £459
The haunting Gallipoli battlefields, located in the Dardanelles, are the grave of more than 30,000 British and Commonwealth troops.
8 days from £1145
Based in the centre of Ypres, and led by our popular battlefield specialist, Peter Williams, enjoy a leisurely guided exploration of the Great War Battlefield cycling through the now peaceful Flanders countryside.
4 days from £399
Join us on a new version of our popular military history introduction tour where we look at conflict in Belgium from the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 to the Great War and ending with the liberation of Belgium in September 1944. From our base in central Bruge
5 days from £389
The Somme is a byword for British sacrifice in the Great War; from deadly summer's day to snow which ended the fighting, the Somme was a battle of contrasts and often a forgotten victory. Learn more about this important battle in the approach to the Somme
4 days from £299, 5 days from £409
Archaeologists clear debris from almost 100 years to expose the tunnels.
4 days from £299
This tour covers the ground around Ypres, the main British battlefront in the First World War. Four major battles were fought here and more than 250,000 British and Commonwealth soldiers perished; roughly one in four of those who died in WW1.
4 days from £329
Join the annual commemoration of Amistice Day.
4 days from £289
More than a century after some of the first shots of the Great War were fired, join us as we travel through Belgium and France following the Old Contemptibles – the regular army who fought some of the first battles of the war at Mons, Le Cateau and Ypres.
5 days from £449
The centenary of the Battle of the Somme takes place on 1st July 2016 and is sure to be an emotive event. We will be operating an extended 5-day weekend break, departing on June 29th. On June 30th and July 2nd, in the company of our expert guides, we will
5 days from £379
Join us on a new tour looking at the ANZAC experience in the Somme and Flanders on the Western Front from the first shots fired near Fromelles to the last engagement at Montbrehain. We also attend the moving Dawn Service at Villers-Bretonneux on ANZAC Day.
7 days from £519
The ‘Crimson Coast’ was a name given to the French and Flanders coastline during the Great War when it became a place of sacrifice with men dying in the hospitals along the French coast and the end of the Western Front seeing heavy fighting in Flanders: th
5 days from £349
The Battle of Verdun was one of the most costly and terrible of the Great War. With more than 770,000 casualties in the fighting there in 1916 it was known as the ‘mincing machine’ to the French troops who served there. In the centenary year of the Battle
5 days from £349
The battlefields of the Marne saw some of the biggest battles of 1914 but remained on the front line for all four years of the war. Join us on this new tour as we look at the role of British, French, German and in the final year of the war men of the Ameri
4 days from £299