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Flanders in the Early Renaissance: Bruges & Ghent from CICERONI Travel. Wonderful introduction to Flanders. Visit led by renowned expert on Flemish painting. Itinerary focuses on Van Eyck, Memling and other majorFlemish Renaissance masters. Good hotels, wonderfully located and excellent food

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Elaborate architecture and exceptional cuisine, legendary landscapes and live history on the streets – western and central Europe is a place well worth its accolades

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In a superb and comprehensive assessment of the events associated with ‘The Hundred Days’, award-winning historian Tim Clayton and General Ashley Truluck CB CBE, will guide you around, discuss and challenge this dramatic period of history based upon their academic research and practical military experience. A real tour de force!

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A relaxed 5-day escorted tour to Ghent, Belgium’s best kept secret. Includes a steam railway excursion and a trip to Ypres to visit In Flanders Fields Museum and Menin Gate. Free time also to explore independently with your InterRail pass.

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Luxury Golf Holidays Discover some of the Worlds greatest golf courses with A Golfing Experience Golf Travel Specialists Since 1989

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Flemish Cities from Europe By Train is an exhilarating holiday in Bruges (Belgium), Brussels (Belgium), Gent (Belgium), Antwerp (Belgium). Available from 4 Sep 2018 to 31 Dec 2019 this 6 day trip costs from £749, which includes flights. and has a maximum group size of 49 persons.

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A 15th century patrician town house owned and run by the Hessels family, the Die Swaene, with its excellent canal-side location in the heart of the city, is one of the most beautiful properties in Bruges.

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Discover European class and grandeur on this journey from Barcelona to Venice

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Marlborough’s mastery of his craft and outstanding leadership enabled two small countries – Britain and Holland – to challenge the might and ambitions of the King of France, Louis XIV. But not even the genius of Vauban, the French King’s master of fortification, could prevent a series of victories, culminating in the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713.

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Discover European class and grandeur on this journey from Madrid to Berlin

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