• 4th Battalion Parade Ground Cemetery, Gallipoli

  • Menin Gate Last Post, Ypres

  • Rhododendron Ridge, Gallipoli

  • Tyne Cot, Belgium

  • Villers-Bretonneux, France

Three Great Apps for Smooth Travels

All great travel apps have one thing in common: they all solve a problem you didn’t even realise you had. Whether they’re cutting down journey times, pointing you in the direction of authentic local snack or simply showing you how to ask after a toilet in French, each of these apps are practical and useful for those going on one of our battlefield tours.

Word Lens

If you're travelling to a new country and you aren't familiar with native language then this app is perfect – simply use Word Lens to instantly translate words in real time. It’s great for reading traffic signs or even trying to decipher a those garlic-butter snails from the menu in French scribbles. The app currently supports a few different languages including French, Italian, Spanish, and German.

Spotted by Locals

Do you wonder where the locals in Europe find the best food or the most interesting places? There's an app for that! Spotted by Locals is made up of a series of blogs and city guides with up-to-date insider tips by city loving locals. You’ll get an all-inclusive list of the best restaurants, shops, bars, points of interest and more which you would only get the inside scoop to if you lived in that city. Each guide can be downloaded for reading offline.


Heyday is an automatic journal. It basically works with your photos and video to help you keep a journal of the locations you visit when you travel, or you can use it for everyday life. It makes remembering effortless, beautiful & fun, so you never forget another day of your life. And it’s free!
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