Remembrance Travel arranges visits to battlefields, war cemeteries and memorials – for school groups and veterans, across Europe and the UK.
In addition to proven holiday and travel experience, the Legion’s unique role of champions of Remembrance sets our tours apart as a truly memorable experience. Our experienced tour guides are on hand to educate and inform during the trip.
Hear from those who have gone on their own Remembrance journeys.
Normandy veterans are entitled to a free tour to the Normandy Beaches, funded by Libor bank fines. Each tour is accompanied by a medic and a guide from the Legion.
Any war widow or widower who has lost a spouse during overseas military service between 1914 and 1967 is eligible to make use of the government-sponsored War Widows Grant-in-Aid Scheme. This involves visiting the grave of a husband or wife, providing you have not done so at public expense previously.
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We believe that Remembrance is a powerful way for young people to learn about the realities of conflict, those affected by wars and the importance of peace.
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Rediscover and remember the bravery and sacrifice of our Armed Forces.Visit the Remembrance Travel website