OVERVIEW

The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday 18th June 1815. Amazingly preserved you can visit the site where Napoleon Bonaparte’s army was defeated by the allied army commanded by His Grace the Duke of Wellington and saved by his Prussian friend Prince Blucher. It was a historic, vicious and pivotal defeat, which ended Napoleon’s empire and changed the course of Franco-British relations and their battle for supremacy.

Testimonials

  • A 2 days trip to Brussels by Eurostar
  • In depth historical tour of this famous battle
  • Learn about the human losses of war
STAR FEATURES
  • Led by General Sebastian Roberts
  • Lunch at café on Battlefield
  • Eurostar to Brussels
  • Stay at hotel in Brussels
  • Comfortable transport
  • Visit the Wellington Museum
  • See where battle plans were formulated
  • A chance to reflect
  • History brought to life
  • Meet other military enthusiasts
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Location

Belgium

The site of the battle is now close to the prosperous town of Waterloo, which is approximately 10 miles south of Brussels. The scene will be expertly set for you to imagine the day back in 1815. During the tour you will visit the emotive Battlefield Stands of La Belle Alliance, La Haye Sainte, Hougomont 1 & 2 and also the Visitor Centre.

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