6 - 10 days
Vimy 105: From Amsterdam to Paris
Focusing on the Second World War, discover the impact that the famous battles, the Holocaust, and the Cold War had on Europe and the world.
Vimy 105: Brussels, Vimy & Flanders Fields
Discover historical sites of the First and Second World Wars in France and Belgium, and pay your respects at the Last Post Ceremony at Menin Gate.
Vimy 105: Beaches & Battlefields
Both World Wars were fought, primarily, on European soil—so there are few places better than France, Belgium, and Amsterdam to deepen your understanding of Western history.
Vimy 105: Central Europe & the Holocaust
Learn more about the history of the World Wars in Paris and Amsterdam, then confront the atrocities of the Holocaust during a sombre visit to the Warsaw Ghetto and Auschwitz concentration camp.
Vimy 105: The Route of the Maple Leaf
From mainland Britain to the coast of France and into Belgium—follow in the footsteps of the brave men and women who became our first line of defense in World Wars I and II.
Vimy 105: The Italian Campaign
From Monte Cassino to Beaumont Hamel, discover the sites of major Canadian campaigns while experiencing the best of European culture.
Vimy 105: Remembering Vimy Ridge
Take a deep dive into the complex history of France during and after the World Wars and the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
In 2022, join Canadian students, educators, and cadets from across the country in commemorating the 105th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Gain a new perspective of history as you connect with locals, participate in ceremonies, and discover the defining moments that helped shape our identity as an independent nation.
Did you miss Vimy 100? Check out our Vimy 100 Highlights to learn more about this incredible event.
Nothing is more important to us than the wellbeing of our travellers. By working with Veteran’s Affairs Canada, the Canadian National Vimy Memorial, and local authorities, we’re putting top health and safety protocols into place for the events included in our Vimy 105 tours. With continued guidance from the Government of Canada and Public Health Agency of Canada, we’ll adapt as necessary to ensure limited risk to our groups.