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Phone number 0330 333 6761
Address 69-85 Tabernacle Street
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Postcode EC2A 4BD
For more than 14 years, Travel Editions has been offering an eclectic choice of touring holidays to Guardian and Observer readers, seeking out lesser-travelled, more unusual destinations to inspire the ‘traveller’ inside, rather than the tourist. A fore-runner in escorted tours to Europe, Travel Editions’ France by rail tours use Eurostar and local connections to journey deeper into Europe. The success of this range of tours has allowed them to expand their portfolio to include Italy and the Netherlands by rail, as well as special interest tours in the UK and across Europe and longer haul destinations such as the Aeolian Islands, the Baltic states and even farther afield to India and Cuba.

Set up in 1994 by John Dryden and Ed Coventry, Travel Editions, as a successful tour operator, has been and still is being passionately grown, whose philosophy is ‘to offer the benefits of group travel but to treat every customer as an individual’.
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Christmas in San Sebastian by rail

7 nights from £1145

Experience the festive celebrations of the Basque Country, where, as well as enjoying a unique Christmas experience, you can submerge yourself in the rich history and vibrant culture of the region....

Morocco

8 nights from £1175

Morocco is an exotic blend of tradition and modernity, of warm earth tones and vivid colour, of bustling spice-scented souks and tranquil natural splendour. This tour combines these things, touring...

Walking in Alsace

6 nights from £929

Together with local resident and walking guide, Glenn Ford, we have put together an itinerary in one of France's most beautiful and historic regions. Glenn has been organising walking tours in the...

North Cyprus - crusader castles

7 nights from £1369

Visiting the most scenic parts of the lovely island of North Cyprus, our Crusader Castle tour travels high into the hills where there are breathtaking views from fascinating mountain-top castles,...

Britten's War Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall

2 nights from £209

On Rembrance Sunday 2014, to mark the centenary of the first world war, the Royal Choral Society will perform Britten's War Requiem at the Royal Albert hall. Benjamin Britten's War Requiem was...

Sardinia

7 nights from £1149

Closer to Africa than Italy but with an ambiance that fits neither, Sardinia is an exceptionally beautiful place with spectacular coastline and fiercely independent attitude. The Costa Smeralda,...

Metz - 'Playing with Fire'

3 nights from £849

It was in Meisenthal that École de Nancy founder Émile Gallé first learnt the craft of glass blowing and decorating, which he used to great effect in his interpretation of Art Nouveau.

Monet and the Impressionists in Normandy

3 nights from £699

Normandy is synonymous with the Impressionist movement, thanks largely to Monet's involvement in and love of the area.

This short lecture tour, based in Rouen, visits his house and...

Cuba - Cradle of the revolution

12 nights from £2199

The island of Cuba is a fascinating place, from the classic cars and crumbling colonial architecture to streams of live music permeating from every bar and the revolutionary propaganda.

Nancy and the birth of Art Nouveau

3 nights from £829

The town of Nancy - a model of 18th century town planning - had a second golden age at the turn of the 20th century, when glassmaker Emile Galle founded the Ecole de Nancy, which typifies the Art...

Oman

8 nights from £2095

The Sultanate of Oman has a variety of landscapes not found anywhere else in the Gulf. With a coastline of 1700km, Oman offers some of the most stunning and impeccably clean beaches a visitor could...

Dutch Art Nouveau

3 nights from £949

The work of Dutch architect HP Berlage bridged the gap between Traditionalists and Modernists and became a great source of inspiration for the Dutch architectural movements of the 1920s, including...

Bauhaus - Modernist architecture and design

4 nights from £1145

Known as Germany’s city of enlightenment, Weimar was the birthplace of Bauhaus, the extremely influential but short-lived art school founded by architect Walter Gropius in 1919. The school was...

The Darmstadt artists' colony

3 nights from £799

In 1899, Ernest Ludwig, Grand Duke of Hesse, bought together a group of architects, designers, sculptors and craftsmen in the city of Darmstadt to form the ‘Kunsterkolonie’ (artists’ colony). These...

Venetian art and culture

3 nights from £899

Capital of a rich and dominant maritime republic, late 15th century Venice became a flourishing centre for the arts, with numerous Venetians investing their considerable wealth on commissions by...

Brussels Art Nouveau

3 nights from £849

Between 1870 and 1910 the population of Brussels more than tripled from 250,000 to 800,000 which saw the city expand into the suburbs, thanks to the electrification of the tramways.

This...

Crete - From the Minoans to the Venetians

7 nights from £1195

Occupied since early prehistory, Crete saw the creation of the Bronze Age palace culture of the Minoans. Positioned on key trade routes, the island prospered through the Greek, Roman and Byzantine...

Italian Riviera by rail

7 nights from £1125

This tour, now into its third year, is based at the delightful Hotel Torino in the pretty resort of Diano Marina, and explores the wonderful coastline and towns of the Italian Riviera.

Walking in western Crete

7 nights from £965

Far from the crowds and purpose built resorts, the far west of the island gives you the opportunity to discover a more authentic Crete and its traditional culture. Our base will be at the provincial...

Hidden gems of eastern Crete

7 nights from £1045

As the largest of the Greek islands Crete is too big to be able to do justice to its wealth of fascinating sites and places of interest in one visit so we have devised two tours, our Minoan Crete...

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