Road Trip Europe: The Great War and MoreSKU: VM8195 ISBN: 9780956678195
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This was the first of the Road Trip Europe series of driving tours from Vicarious Media. The Great War and More tour encompasses five cities, four countries and two world wars. On this tour you will go to the highest point in the Netherlands and below the streets of Arras visiting the most important sites from World War 1 and World War 2.
In between you'll visit the beautiful Mosel Valley and the vast Eifel National Park. You'll sip wine in Germany and beer in Belgium. You'll tour the smallest town in Belgium and what is considered to be the oldest city in Germany.
Along the way we’ll tell you about all the not-to-miss sights which are sure to make this a trip to remember, including some of the key battlefields from the first and second world war. We’ll tell you where you can park your motorhome, pitch your caravan or tent or even put your head down on a fluffy hotel pillow at the end of the day. And, for those moments when you just want a bit of down time, there’s information on where to eat and shop as well.
This tour is flexible, allowing you to choose either a circular or linear route. There are suggested timings, however the tour can be undertaken at your own pace over a period of one to four weeks. The tour is suitable for motorbikes, cars, campervans and motorhomes.
Meli says: "When we were full-timing we would have appreciated the information in Road Trip Europe: The Great War and More and it would have been nice not to have to do all our own planning."
Keeping that in mind, we’ve written a driving tour that does all the hard work for you. It’ll take you to some obvious and some unexpected places and it can be easily tailored to each of your whims and fancies. You can choose where you want to go, what sights you want to see and how long you want to spend in each place. The tour is written in traditional Vicarious Media style and is ideal whether you’re a first timer or an old hand.
Read the Motorhome Traveller's blog post about the Great War and More by clicking here.