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WWII Tours by Alpventures - Your Guide for World War II Tours to Europe

Manhattan Project Tour

COMING IN 2024 - New Tour featuring World War II sites in New Mexico . . .

We are excited to announce we are currently working on a new World War II Experience - in the United States: Alpventures Manhattan Project Tour!

Our Tours have always focused on the battlefields of Europe, but we understand how important the many war-related sites in America are, and how they fit into the big picture. This new World War II Tour will be built around the "open house" dates of the actual Trinity Site in New Mexico - the location where the world's first atomic device was detonated on July 16, 1945. The significance of this event and how it shaped the history of the entire planet since that time cannot be overstated. We live in a nuclear age, and it all began in New Mexico.

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Alpventures World War II Tours are in no way endorsed nor affiliated with Universal Studios, its affiliates or distributors, or any other movie, tv or film studio.

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Eilene & Lit D.
"I just wanted to take a moment to thank you again for an amazing trip. Lit and I have traveled quite a lot and have had many good guides through the years, but I can say, without any reservation, that you are the very best we have ever had..."

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"You let us see and experience all that we were hoping for... and you went so beyond our expectations. Unbelievable, Unforgettable, Awesome! Thank you for making this Tour so much more informative, exciting and more complete than we ever expected!”

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Your safety is our number one priority. Period. While many of our competitors travel packed in buses plastered with large flags, banners, and logos on the side, we travel "low-profile" in small groups while our unmarked coaches and vehicles staying primarily off the beaten path. Alpventures groups are smaller than most, which makes our WWII Tours the more flexible and safer way to go.  Read More

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