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Past Holidays


Malaga, with its museums, history, waterfront, architecture and beaches makes an excellent holiday destination.  Our group of 31 stayed in a hotel in the heart of the old town and found Malaga to b

Ickworth House 23-26 April 2017

This holiday has sold out.

Spoleto 8-12 October 2017

Umbria is well known for the beauty and profusion of its medieval towns as well as the gentle pastoral landscape and high mountain wilderness.  Among the places we will be visiting are Spello, Assi

Yorkminster 22 – 25 April 2018
It is almost 30 years since we visited York – in that time much has changed and York continues to flourish as one of the most visited cities in the UK.
Romania 7 - 14 September 2018
An exciting opportunity to visit a country few of us have experienced.
Cardiff Cardiff Spring visit 28 April to 1 May 2019
Cardiff holiday

We start the holiday at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales.  We will have an orientation coach ride followed by a guided walking tour of the City and visit Cardiff Castle

Corsica Corsica autumn visit 3 to 10 October 2019
Corsica holiday
Corsica is a beautiful island of great contrast and we will experience its dramatic mountains and beautiful coastline & turquoise seas and will explore its recent and ancient history. 
26th-30th April 2020
Trip to Cornwall

A four night, five day visit based in Falmouth, incorporating the galleries of St Ives, a tin mine, Royal Cornwall and Regimental Museums, the beautiful Lost Gardens of Heligan and Trellisick House.

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30th September - 11th October 2020
2020 Autumn Holiday Georgia and Azerbaijan

We very much regret that due to the Pandemic Covid 19 this holiday has been cancelled.


Join us for another adventure to two very different countries.  Both were influenced by and benefited from Silk Road trade and both were part of the Soviet Union for almost a century.  Since their independence in 1991 they have developed very differently and we will explore these differences through their history, art, architecture and food, and discover the influences of Eastern Orthodoxy and Islam.  

We will have guides in both countries.

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