Being a student of art is a never-ending preoccupation. No-one can know everything, but having an acknowledged expert accompany your Art Tour will take you so much further.
In Amsterdam, we can introduce you to Rembrandt himself. A self portrait so expressive you’ll feel you’ve already met the man in some previous life.
In Andalucia, 800 years of Moorish art awaits. In Milan its Leonardo. In Italian hill towns lie the origins of the Renaissance. In Russia, the vast collections of the Tsars surpass everything.
Our escorted art tours cross continents, transcend cultural boundaries and travel through time from cave paintings to the most contemporary modern art,
Yet they all offer you one thing in common. The company of highly knowledgeable art historians and connoisseurs whose insight, background knowledge and perceptions will heighten your appreciation and enrich your experience.
For the full picture, browse the tours listed below.
Europe, Russia, & Central Asia
(20 - 23 March 2015)
Explore the iconic landmarks of Venice and Padua, from the world famous works of art to the historical churches, chapels and basilica's.Read more
(3 - 7 May 2015)
With the expert guidance of Harriet Landseer and Tom Abbott, discover the historical treasures and gardens of Dresden.Read more
(8 - 13 September 2015)
An escorted tour to the lesser-known but most-beautiful Puglia region, 'the heel' of Italy.Read more
(2 - 5 October 2015)
Amsterdam; a city rich in art, and beautiful in its setting. The highlight of this escorted tour is a guided visit to the famous Rijksmuseum.Read more
(23-27 October 2015)
Explore the iconic landmarks of Vienna, from the world famous works of art to the historical chapels and museums.Read more
(11 – 15 February 2016)
Join Tania Illingworth to explore the unique and unsurpassed legacy of architectural and artistic treasures of St. Petersburg.Read more
(14 - 18 March 2016)
Explore the lesser known treasures of Venice with expert tour leader Nicola Howard and guest lecturer Peter Lauritzen.Read more
(19th February – 3rd March 2016)
Explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison returns to Brazil to follow the Camino Real, the ancient trail followed by mule trains taking gold from the colonial towns of Minas Gerais to the coast.Read more