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Carol Parker / 24-3-2010 22:26:56

Our tour on 19/3/10 was amazing.


Nathan looked after us so well and his knowledge is vast and so interesting.


The day was well organized, picked up at hotel


and looked after all day.


This has inspired me to look into family history,


found great grandfather is buried at Lijssenthoek


so will have to go back!!!Thank you.



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Anne & Mark Borley / 21-3-2010 0:09:46
On a previous visit to Bruges with a tour company we went on their organised coach tour visiting Ypres as part of the holiday package. It was a worthwhile experience, which we enjoyed, but on our return to Bruges this time we decided to try the Flanders Fields Daytour and were very pleased that we did. It is well worth the money. Nathan is a native of the area and knows it intimately. He has a wealth of knowledge of the events of the Great War which he is able to impart with freshness and enthusiasm. His tour is extremely well organised, from the minute you are collected from the door of your hotel. Museum entry tickets and a very satisfactory lunch with drinks and coffee are included in the price, so there are no extras to pay. Nathan will take you to numerous spots that the big tour coaches cannot reach and you will be given a very clear idea of how the war in this region was fought and how the conflict progressed, from the perspective of both sides. Anyone with an interest in WW1 would surely enjoy this tour. Highly recommended.

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MaryAnn Leynes / 20-3-2010 20:14:31
I attended the tour on 18 March 2010 and it was time very well spent. The visits to the battlesites, memorials, and museums along with the explanations during the drive in the countryside really explained and gave a clearer understanding of the history in the area. Very moving and informative.

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John & Janet Murphy / 20-3-2010 19:35:36
Yesterday we went on the Flanders Fields tour with Nathan. It was clear from the outset that he is immensely knowledgeable and passionate about the subject and was a goldmine of information throughout the day. We visited German and Allied war cemeteries, the museum in Ypres and the Menin Gate as well as various trenches. As we drove through the countryside he explained in detail how, when and where the battles took place and gave us a real understanding of what had happened. It was altogether a memorable and moving experience.

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David and Angela Rymill - Sheffield, England / 18-3-2010 15:24:16
Thank you so much for such a wonderful experience of visiting the battlefields etc of World War 1 in Flanders.
Having done a lot of family history research recently it was all the more poignant for me, for so many branches of the family had members involved, and not all returned safely. It was especially moving to be able to take a photo of the name of a family member at the Menin Gate memorial.
Nathan’s knowledge was so interesting and informative, and we had just the right amount of time at each place.
Thank you.

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