Veteran's Day Special • €59
By the end of the 19 the century Bastogne was a thriving fortified town in the middle of an important crossroads of highways and railway lines in Belgium, with forest products and cattle fairs well known. It all came to a terrible end with the German occupation in World War II. Although liberated by the Allies in late 1944, German forces attacked in their goal to conquer the Ardennes and separate American and British forces. Shortly before Christmas the German forces began their offensive, thereafter known as the Battle of the Bulge, by attacking the American Forces surrounding the town. A few days later, Brigadier General McAuliffe and the 101st Airborne Division along with elements of the10th armored Division arrived to counter attack, but after heavy fighting got encircled in the city. On December 22, German emissaries asked for the American surrender, to which the General answered quite briefly “Nuts”! Later, the troops of General Patton broke the deadlock and the official end to the battle was declared almost three weeks later.
What remained? A city almost completely destroyed, more than 25 thousand dead 50 thousand never accounted for. Today Bastogne is a town that has dedicated its existence to honoring the sacrifices of the Soldiers who fought Nazi Germany. Join us in retracing the steps of those who fought for Liberty and Freedom.
Please check the departure status of your tour prior to booking.
Pick Up Time & Place:
Departs 0700 hrs
Returns 1800 hrs
Main Chapel Parking Lot, Ramstein AFB. Please park toward center of the lot.
Є59 All passenger
• Round Trip Deluxe Coach
• Visit Mardasson Memorial
• Visit Fox holes of Easy Company
• Visit 101st Command Post/ Barracks
• Free Time Down Town Bastogne
• RTT Tour Guide
Meals and beverages not mentioned above and items of a personal nature are not included.
From day of booking until 14 days prior €15 of tour price, per person.
From 13 days until 2 days prior 50% of tour price, per person.
Later Cancellations - No refunds.
No Show - No Refund
All participants must be in possession of a valid US tourist passport during the tour.
German law requires ALL child passengers, regardless of size or age, to have a seat on a bus and use an approved safety seat provided by the customer.