This is a day completely captivated by “The Last Battle of Napoleon WATERLOO”.

A long time ago we all went on a school trip to Waterloo, but now you get the chance to relive this school trip but this time by following the route of Napoleon from Charleroi to Waterloo , accompanied by a Guide specialist in this battle.

This is where we discover and tell about the entire battle from the moment Napoleon and his army crossed the border of Belgium on 15 June 1815 and we follow his route and stops by coach.

We visit the town and battlefield of Ligny (16 June 1815) and the battle of Quatre Bras. Then we stop at Napoleon’s last headquarters which has been transformed into a museum where Napoleon’s original bed and furniture are still present.

Subsequently, we go to the battlefield of 18 June 1815 and visit the castle farm and museum of Hougoumont.

After a walk along the battlefield, we proceed to the “Butte van Waterloo” and take lunch where we visit the beautifully renovated museum.

Afterwards we go to the headquarters which has been transformed into a Museum of Wellington.
Then we drive back with a different view on the Battle of Waterloo.

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Ferme d'En Haut Ligny 16 juni 1815
Fleurus opservatiepost van Napoleon 16 juni 1815
Kanon gebruikt tijdens de Slag bij Ligny 16 juni 1815 samen met Jos 11-04-2018
Monument bij Quatre Bras van Friedrich Wilhelm
Pruisische monument Plancenoit 18 juni 1815
Memorial Captain A.V.Mercer Royal Horse Artillery in Waterloo