First international meeting of Trabant and Eastern Bloc vehicles in Heuvelland (BE)
At the foot of the Kemmelberg (Mount Kemmel) in West Flanders (BE) there is a command bunker that was built in the 1950s, right in the middle of the Cold War.
A visit to the Kemmel Command Bunker is an unforgettable experience for people of all ages and origins.
For the very first time in this region, it is now planned to organise a meeting for Trabants and other classic Eastern Bloc vehicles.
This meeting will take place in Kemmel, with a visit to the bunker and a delicious barbecue included in the entrance fee.
As an extra, you can also view the 'Berlin Wall' exhibition, a project by the Berlin No More Walls organisation in collaboration with the Municipality of Heuvelland. The exhibition in the bunker also has on display a genuine piece of the 'real' Berlin Wall.
10.00-12.00: Welcoming and parade on the Dries, the village green in the picturesque village of Kemmel.
12.00-14.30: BBQ and visit to the command bunker and the 'Berlin Wall' exhibition.
14.30-16.00: A tour through the rolling countryside of Heuvelland, with wonderful panoramic views stretching to the French border and beyond. In July, the local vineyards will be in full bloom.
16.00: Arrival and parade on the Dries, in Kemmel, followed by a drink at one of the local pubs.
Car + driver €25 all-in (visit command bunker + BBQ + drink)
Passenger €15 (visit command bunker + BBQ + drink)
You can register by this link: https://forms.gle/NWHghNQv3U7YpBQ5A