If you're dreaming of heading off on holiday and you can't wait more than a few months, we have a selection of tours with late availability that depart in May, June and July. So, you don't have to count down the days till your next adventure because with these tours, it's almost here!
Get the suitcase out! Rounding up our May, June and July tours with late availability!
10 March 2020
Bare Bones Istanbul
Embark upon this six-day tour, which is led by local expert Bulent Sahan and takes in visits to the Hagia Sophia, the Topkapı Palace and Süleymaniye Mosque. Along with a cruise up the Bosphorus and a visit to the Roman Hippodrome, this is a short but comprehensive introduction to the city.
Albania, Land of the Eagles
Join Albanian archaeology expert Oliver Gilkes on this nine-day tour of Albania, which visits the UNESCO-listed site of Butrint, Tirana and the church of Saint Mary in Apollonia. Other highlights include Apollonia Archaeological Park and a visit to the late Ottoman mansion, Zekate House.
Dalmatia & Dubrovnik
Travel to beautiful Croatia with Roman specialist Dr Ffiona Gilmore Eaves and journey through 2,000 years of history. Enjoy special access to the Zagreb Archaeological Museum, explore Dubrovnik's walled city, visit Diocletian's Palace and tour the medieval city of Trogir.
Brittany - Carnac & Beyond
Come face to face with fascinating passage graves, chambered tombs and polished axes. Devote an entire day to Carnac's monuments, take a ferry to the Island of Gavrinis with its passage tomb and admire the glorious French countryside.
Crete & Santorini
Join Dr Christina Hatzimichael-Whitley on this eight-day Greek odyssey, taking in visits to the mighty Knossos Palace, Spinalonga Island (a former leper colony) and the ancient city of Akrotiri - the "Pompeii of the Aegean".
North East Turkey
Explore little-visited parts of Turkey on this unique tour led by Terry Richardson. Discover the remote Kingdom of Urartu, the Greek Orthodox Sumela Monastery and the amazing varied landscapes to be found in this part of the country.
Oberammergau - Dream Castles of Bavaria
Taking place just once per decade, the Passion Play in Oberammergau should be on everyone's bucket list. In addition to watching the play, we will visit a selection of fairytale castles.
Archaeology of the Isle of Man
A somewhat quirky destination, the Isle of Man has much to offer the archaeology enthusiast. From a Viking ship burial to Norse crosses and more, join Andrew Foxon on this six-day tour.
Join expert Jeremy Bennett on this eight-day tour of Ireland's archaeology and history. Visit the Hill of Tara with over 30 visible monuments, tour the court tomb at Creevykeel and admire prehistoric artefacts at the National Museum of Dublin.
Mary Anning and Augustus Pitt Rivers
Walk along the coast of Lyme Regis as Mary Anning once did, view finds on display in London and Oxford, and tour Stonehenge.
Join esteemed novelist Lindsey Davis as she tours some of Roman Britain's best sites. Discover Roman villas on the Isle of Wight, visit the Roman Baths and tour Fishbourne.
Short Break in Oberammergau
Perhaps the most concise way to experience the legendary Passion Play in Oberammergau at just three days long.