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Rhineland including the 76th Anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem, led by Mike Bradley

16th - 22nd September 2020

6 days from £1,195pp

Honour the bravery and sacrifice of those who died in the North West Europe Campaign 1944 – 45 on this journey of remembrance commemmorating the 76th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem.
  • Accompanied by an experienced battlefield guide
  • 5 nights in 4* accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis
  • Visit the landing and drop zones of the 82nd US Airborne Division along with key battle sites
  • Explore the National Liberation Museum in Groesbeek and the Airborne Museum in Hartenstein
  • Join the 76th Anniversary activities around the city of Arnhem honouring the iconic ‘Bridge Too Far’
  • Special Service of Remembrance to honour the fallen at the Commonwealth War Cemetery in Oosterbeek

Rhineland including the 76th Anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem, led by Mike Bradley

Join us as we pay our respects and remember the fallen, recognising the courage and determination shown by Allied airborne troops and the units that assisted them.

In the aftermath of the D-Day landings and subsequent Allied advance across France, it seemed, for a fleeting moment, that the end of the war in Europe was in sight. Instead, Allied forces faced months of bitter fighting against a tenacious enemy. Operation Market Garden was a daring airborne plan to outflank the Siegfied Line, secure the River Rhine crossings and advance into Northern Germany. One of the largest Allied operations of the Second World War, it was also the only major Allied defeat in the North West Europe Campaign. Although ultimately it failed to achieve its objectives, Operation Market Garden was one of the largest airborne operations in history, and this remarkable feat of arms led to the liberation of a large part of the Netherlands at a time when many Dutch people were close to starvation.

Your Accommodation

Mercure Hotel Nijmegen Centre


Located near to central station, the Mercure Hotel Nijmegen Centre has 112 rooms all with private facilities, tea / coffee facilities, climate control, tv, minibar, room safe and complimentary Wi-Fi. The hotel has a restaurant, bar, room service and fitness centre.