From the prehistoric and classical glories of the Mediterranean to Mayan and Aztec civilizations in Central America, these tours have a special focus on the ancient world.
Explore the art, architecture and gastronomy of France, from the birth of the Romanesque at Autun, to the drama of modern art on the French Riviera.
Follow history and legend along the life-giving waters of the Nile, to discover the 4000-year history of one of the world’s great civilisations.
Take the road less travelled and experience stunning outback landscapes, Indigenous culture and unique geological formations of the Flinders Ranges.
Explore Greece’s oldest sites, steeped in mythology and history, journeying from the island of Crete to Thessaloniki in the north.
Explore Greece through its archaeology, from the Minoans on Crete and Santorini to Mycenean and classical sites Peloponnese and Athens.
Journey beyond the kasbahs to discover Morocco’s rich architectural heritage, vibrant traditions, stunning landscapes and unique gastronomy.
A luxurious way to sample the millennia of art, architecture and culture at the historical crossroads of the Western Mediterranean.
From prehistoric icemen to the tragedy of World War I, all set in the majestic landscapes of Friuli, the Dolomites and the Veneto.
An in-depth look at the remarkable cultural heritage of Europe’s Atlantic-facing nation, a beguiling mix of history, seafaring and great natural beauty.
Take the road less travelled through southern Italy – brimming with ancient and medieval sites and outstanding natural scenery.
“Eternal Rome, head of the world”, so the ancients acclaimed her. To know the story of Rome is to know the story of Western civilization.
From Greek temples to medieval mosaics, Sicily showcases more than 3,000 years of Mediterranean civilisation, all set amid glorious scenery.
Explore 50,000 years of Indigenous heritage and colonial settlement, from the Murray Darling to Mutawintji National Park.
Follow the footsteps of travellers past, journeying through the Silk Road cities and villages that linked Europe and the Far East.
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