Ancient Catalonia - Iberians & Romans in North-East Spain

8 days

From £2,495

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Prehistoric cave paintings depicting human groups show the emergence of a complex society early in the region’s history and an advanced Iberian culture developed here. There were Greek settlements along the coast before it was conquered by the Romans. Catalonia was one of the first areas of Spain to free itself from the Moors and, as a result, there evolved a very distinct regional culture. Medieval Barcelona was at the heart of the Mediterranean Empire which stretched to Italy and Greece.

Tour highlights:

  • See the 2500-year old village of Callafell
  • Discover pre-historic art in the caves of Ulldecona
  • View the magnificent Les Ferreres Aqueduct, built by the Romans to supply water to Tarragona
  • Explore the medieval monasteries’ hillside towns

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Today's Price

Benefit from this limited time offer:

  • Pay a low deposit of £99, was £500.

Single supplement: £375

Includes flights

Meet your Experts

Dr Andy Souter

Guide Lecturer

Dr Andy Souter currently works for the University of Reading and is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He is particularly interested in the architecture of ancient Rome and completed his PhD thesis on the rural economy of Roman Portugal.

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Roman amphitheatre in Tarragona
Tour dates & prices

Included in your cost:

  • Expert Guide Lecturer
  • Professional Tour Manager
  • Local travel aboard a private air-conditioned coach
  • Meals as per the itinerary, wine and tea or coffee with dinner
  • Accommodation
  • Entries to all sites as per the itinerary
  • All taxes & gratuities
  • Field notes
Tour Departure Tour ID Departure date Return Date Guided by Price Deposit Single Supp. Availability
5 October 2020 ACAT201005 5 October 2020 (Monday) 12 October 2020 (Monday) Dr Andy Souter £2,495
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