Battle of Arnhem City Walk
Operation Market Garden (17–25 September 1944) was an unsuccessful Allied military operation planned and predominantly led, by the British. It was fought in the Netherlands and Germany in World War II. The success of the operation depended on taking a series of nine bridges, the last being at the city of Arnhem over the Rhine river. Airborne and land forces succeeded in the liberation of the Dutch cities of Eindhoven and Nijmegen, but failed in keeping their farthest positions in and around the city of Arnhem including the bridge over the Rhine.
During the Battle of Arnhem City Walk a skilled local guide will lead you to the most important locations of the battle of Arnhem / liberation route with the final destination the John Frost Bridge.
Some other stops:
-Zwarteweg (Urquhart hideout)
-St. Elisabeths Hospital (medical facility during the battle of Arnhem)
-Battle of Arnhem monument
-Battle of Arnhem information center
-John Frost Bridge
The duration is about 2 hours, depending on the group size.
(Minimum group size: 4 people)
3 people or less is possible with a set price of €57,50.
Start location is outside the Sint Elisabethshof 71 (former St. Elisabeth Hospital).
We advise booking this tour at least 48 hours in advance.
Be at the start location 5 minutes before departure.
Due to the changing Dutch weather, it is important to make sure to be well equipped against rain and wind and to be wearing proper foot-gear for a walk.
Cancellations more than a week in advance costs administration fee of 15%.
Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date costs 50% of the total amount.
Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date costs 100% of the amount.
No show: no restitution