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Quasimodo Tours

Bruges 8000, Belgium
+32 50 37 04 70
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Flanders Field: The Battlefields of World War 1

An excellent trip from start to finish. We travelled by mini bus from a convenient pick up point... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Andrea T
WW1 TOUR. Perfect insight

It's a full day but flies past. A lot of insight on the war itself but also how it still effects... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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The Flanders Fields Battlefield Tour which we run since 25 yrs.(Tour 1). To the battlefields, sites and monuments of the First World War. Operating since 1990, Quasimodo takes you on a personal and relaxing minibus trip to Passchenendaele, Hill 60, various cemeteries, trenches and bunkers, the Menin Gate, different monuments (Anzac, Canadian), in brief all highlights. You can also add the Last Post Ceremony to the tour after which you are brought back to your hotel in Bruges. Best of Belgium Tour or Triple Treat (Tour 2). Discover the Belgian Delights. A laidback meander through the beautiful countryside around Bruges featuring historical Damme, Castles of Tillegem and Loppem, monastery Ter Doest, interwoven with Chocolate, a Belgian Waffle, finishing with a triple Beer tasting.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Bruges 8000, Belgium
+32 50 37 04 70
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Reviewed yesterday

An excellent trip from start to finish. We travelled by mini bus from a convenient pick up point close to our hotel. The tour was extremely well planned and the places visited were varied to include evidence of the sacrifice made by the many different...More

Thank Andrea T
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a full day but flies past. A lot of insight on the war itself but also how it still effects the locals and the landscape 100 years later

Thank stoddyNortheast
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The all-day visit to the WW1 battlefields was a deeply moving experience, mainly because of Philippe's in-depth knowledge and his gift for communicating it in such an interesting way. The whole day was very well planned, and well paced, and with an excellent lunch stop...More

Thank Jane T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Philippe was a marvellous and knowledgeable guide. The battlefield tour was very emotional and eye opening. We also did the West Flanders tour which was also very interesting and excellent.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This tour is perfect if you want a 1 day introduction to the WW1 battlefields in Belgium. We had Philipe as our guide & he was superb, such a great knowledge of history & the area, and a genuinely good guy! Highly recommend this tour!

Thank lilkav
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic in depth tour, Philipe certainly knows his subject and is so enthusiastic. Great places to visit well planned and organised, would certainly recommend

Thank Tony C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We booked this tour on line from the UK and in every respect Quasimodo Tours met and on occasions exceeded our expectations. We reconfirmed our booking as requested 24 hours ahead of the tour and were picked up at 9:00 am from our central Bruges...More

Thank LadyMolestrangler
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I took my Mum to Ypres to tick off one of her 'bucket' list last weekend and this company was recommended by our hotel. To say we were not disappointed is an understatement. What a fantastic day, informative, witty, moving, wonderful. I cannot recommend this...More

Thank Platform3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Excellent tour, well organised and very informative. We stayed on in Ypres for the Last Post ceremony and were picked up by taxi for return to Bruges as arranged. Faultless.

Thank julie3642016
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We recently went on the Flanders Fields trip and it was superb. Phillip was brilliant and extremely knowledgeable, couldn't of asked for more. I booked to tour whilst still in the UK and received great customer service. Once there the tour was brilliant from start...More

Thank Becky P
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Hi there, i just had a look at you tour and me and my husband would love to experience it, we also travel with our little 2 year old boy .. Do you do tours in Feb? Maybe 15th Feb? Thank you
31 January 2017|
Response from QuasimodoBrugge | Property representative |
Hello, thank you for the interest in our tour and request for a booking. We do appreciate the intention you have to book our tour but we never recommend to come with very young children on the tour. It is a very long day for... More
Vicki M
My husband and I will come into Zeebrugge port on Oceania Marina at 9am on August 15th. Is there a way we could meet up with one of your tours?
6 December 2016|
Response from QuasimodoBrugge | Property representative |
Hello Vicki, thank you for the interest in our tour but the schedule of our tours and departures and arrival of cruises rarely match to make it work. Hope one day you can stay in Bruges a couple of days and enjoy our tour as... More
Nice to know that your tours are still going strong and are still as appreciated now as they were when we did our tour in 2009. We often are thinking of you and talk about how you treated us so very well. Much love to you both. Jim and Rose.
25 November 2016|
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Response from RJKiwi | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is/was the Taits. Our visit with you to the Western Front will remain one of the hi-lights of our overseas travel and, in fact, one of the hi-lights of our lives. Keep up the good work. Rose and Jim Tait