You really need a car to visit all the sites in the experience. We started in Waterloo itself at Wellington's headquarters, then out of Waterloo to the battlefield, Stunning views from the top of the Mount however there are 226 steps to the top of the mount. From there we had to drive to Napoleon's head quarters. The history given about the war was very good.The Panorama and some of the displays in both Headquarters are very dated and tired. In Napoleon's headquarters out in the garden there is a balcony mounted onto the house at ground level, with no way of getting onto it without climbing over the railings. This is the balcony which was part of Victor Hugo's House who wrote Les Misérables. It was on this balcony where he wrote Les Misérables, when he visited Waterloo he was so impressed with what he saw he donated this balcony to Waterloo. I'm a Musical Buffin and been able to stand on the Balcony where Les Miserables was written was a huge bonus, esp since I didn't even know this was part of the experience, In total it was a great day out with friends, plenty of beautiful pictures taken, all with friends so won't upload them but the 4 without friends in them are attached to this review.