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20 January 2016

With its rich tapestry of countries and cultures woven together by millennia of history, nowhere else in the world can boast Europe’s huge diversity of art, architecture and heritage in so small an area. Whether your first visit or your fifteenth, there is always something fresh to discover. Travel with our specialist Tour Directors to get under the skin of Europe’s finest cities and most beautiful regions, and allow their expert interpretation to open your eyes once again to this endlessly fascinating continent.

With its rich tapestry of countries and cultures woven together by millennia of history, nowhere else in the world can boast Europe’s huge diversity of art, architecture and heritage in so small an area. Whether your first visit or your fifteenth, there is always something fresh to discover. Travel with our specialist Tour Directors to get under the skin of Europe’s finest cities and most beautiful regions, and allow their expert interpretation to open your eyes once again to this endlessly fascinating continent.

ART IN BERLIN

April 18–24, 2016; £1750

Explore the extraordinary wealth of Berlin’s art heritage on this Spring tour to one of Europe’s most creative cities. From the Alte Nationalgalerie's 19th century Impressionists to the ancient sculpture of the Bode Museum, our tour throws fresh light on these unsurpassed collections as well as how they came to exist. Read more>>

 

THE GOLDEN AGE OF DUTCH ART

June 30 – July 4, 2016; £1595

Discover the art of the 17th century golden age of Dutch painting from our base in Amsterdam. We devote a day to the collections of the world-famous Rijksmuseum, whilst further highlights include the grand mid 17th century Mauritshuis in The Hague and Rembrandt’s beautifully restored house and studio in Jodenbreestraat. Read more>> 

 

BELLE EPOQUE PARIS

April 21–24, 2016; £1195

Celebrate Europe’s most beautiful capital as we immerse ourselves in a lost era of luxury and elegance. Our tour includes visits to Hôtel Drouot, Paris’s most venerable auction house, and the lavish Palais Garnier as well as two magnificent art collections created with banking fortunes and housed in Belle Epoque palaces. Read more>>

 

PROVENCE RIVER CRUISE

May 29 – June 4, 2016; £2845

During the 19th century, artists and writers descended on Provence and the Camargue in search of an original, authentic France. Cruise aboard the luxurious Phénicien from the Crusader stronghold of Aigues Mortes, calling at small Provençal villages and great centres of civilisation as we head towards Avignon, in what is surely the most enchanting way to savour the culture and cuisine of southern France. Read more>>

 

CHARLES IV’S PRAGUE

May 23–29, 2016; £1595

Bring fresh eyes to bear on the Czech capital, as the city celebrates 700 years since the birth of its most influential ruler. We shall visit two special anniversary exhibitions, bringing together original collections from the Czech Republic that are rarely on show, as well as admiring the magnificent Gothic architecture of the city itself, which flourished under Charles’s patronage. Read more>>

 
 
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