Imagine yourself watching a play in Hall’s Croft, Shakespeare’s 400-year old family home. Or, you could be watching the sun rise over the magnificent Taj Mahal in India. Maybe you’re sampling fine French cuisine in a restaurant with a full view of the Eiffel Tower.

These moments, and many like it, are what define Classic tours. Travel with an average of 37 people (maximum of 44) and delve into new worlds, cultures, and flavours like never before.

pack your bags, get your camera ready,

and get ready for a guided tour.

Classic tours are for those who want to see the sights, taste the cuisine and experience the world. The monuments, architecture, art, and natural wonders of the world will captivate you. The cultural experiences – delving into local life and cuisine, nurtures that wandering spirit within you.

And with guided travel, the most is made of every moment. Itineraries are designed to let you experience the magic of travel while we completely cover all the details. Your only job, once the tour starts, is to try to absorb it all.


You’ve seen postcards, magazines, and movies that feature incredible monuments and classic architecture, scenic natural vistas and man-made wonders. On a Classic tour, you’ll see the must-see sights.

Sample French cuisine and witness breathtaking views during dinner at the Eiffel Tower.

Bask in the magnificent sight of the legendary Taj Mahal lit up by the sunrise.

Walk across the top of the Great Wall of China at the Juyongguan Pass.

Our Classic tours are designed to give you picturesque moments at some of the world’s greatest landmarks.


Travel can be about feeding the eyes with beautiful sights, but it can also be about feeding the soul. For that, our itineraries are designed to not only show you the must-sees, but allow you to interact on a deeper level with a locale.

Feel the vibrant energy of Spain at a flamenco performance by some of Seville’s top dancers.

Delve into the history of coffee during a visit to a working coffee plantation in Costa Rica.

Learn about village life and listen to Croatian folk music during a home-hosted lunch in the Croatian countryside.

On a Classic tour, travellers experience the must-see sights, and then go one step further into the rich culture.


Guided travel has so many benefits beyond the ones mentioned above. We arrange your transportation, your accommodations, and make sure you get the most of every moment on tour.

Explore Jackson Hole, Wyoming from the comfort and rugged elegance of the Snow King Resort.

Spend a night in the 13th century Ruthin Castle in Wales, a stunning combination of ancient history and modern convenience.

Enjoy tastings of cheese, cured meats, bread, chocolate, gelato and more during a walking food tour of Bologna, Italy.

Let our experienced Tour Managers and Tour Designers make the most of your time and your money on a Classic tour.

Three Top Tours

Shades of Ireland

10 days, 13 meals

On our most popular Irish adventure, travellers will experience all of the charms of this enchanted country, including its welcoming people.

starting from


*per person,
land only,
double occupancy

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Reflections of Italy

10 days, 13 meals

Venture through the exquisite cities of Rome, Venice and Florence as you immerse yourself in the charm and magic of Italy.

starting from


*per person,
land only,
double occupancy

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Iceland: Land of Fire & Ice

9 days, 13 meals

Set off on a journey that embodies the elements of fire and ice as you tour Iceland’s spectacular scenery and meet the proud people of this small island nation.

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*per person,
land only,
double occupancy

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Fun Facts

Standing at an impressive 1,063 feet, the Eiffel Tower is the second tallest structure in France.

Christ the Redeemer, the Great Wall of China, Machu Picchu, Petra, the Taj Mahal, the Colosseum, and Chichen Itza were named the New 7 Wonders of the World.

It is believed over 1,000 elephants were used to transport building materials for the Taj Mahal.

Prague was named the “City of a Hundred Spires” by 19th century mathematician Bernard Bolzano, who claimed to have counted them all.


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