Travel Editions

Supplier Travel Editions
Phone number 0330 333 6761
Address 69-85 Tabernacle Street
London
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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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,...

In the footsteps of the Dutch masters - featuring the Rijksmuseum

5 nights from £699

The atmospheric Dutch towns of Delft and Leiden provided much artistic inspiration for two of history's great painters: Vermeer and Rembrandt. This tour follows in their footsteps, exploring the...

Art Deco in London

3 nights from £435

As with so many other cities around the world, London embraced Art Deco with an astounding vigour, which was to define many London skylines and districts. Despite the ravages of war and the...

Walking in south east Crete

7 nights from £1125

Eastern Crete is vastly different from the west. The landscape is less mountainous but more hilly, with a multitude of small gorges and lost valleys where you find old stone villages blending...

The Glory That Was Greece

9 nights from £1449

An opportunity to explore the rich and varied history of Greece whilst visiting some of its greatest and most beautiful sites. Led by ancient historian Jeremy Paterson, the tour starts at the...

Norfolk grandeur

3 nights from £399

Norfolk's great houses perfectly illustrate the idiom 'an Englishman's home is his castle', as said by prominent East Anglian Sir Edward Coke. These quintessentially English royal and aristocratic...

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.

The story of Oxford's colleges

3 nights from £399

The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world, with evidence of teaching dating back to 1096. Today it is one of the world's most famous educational institutions and...

Unexplored Crete

7 nights from £1135

This tour has been designed to touch a more remote Crete, little seen by visitors because of the terrain and 'off the beaten track' routes. Our base is the Kissamos region, one of the least developed...

Zundert flower parade

5 nights from £569

The town of Zundert comes alive each year to celebrate the oldest flower parade in Europe featuring huge and elaborate sculptures made by around twenty competing hamlets while music and street...

Art Deco in Liverpool

3 nights from £350

During the 1920s and 30s Liverpool maintained its standing as 'second city of the Empire'; a status reflected by its wealth and continued expansion. The city embraced the new Art Deco style and has a...

Bauhaus - Modernist architecture and design

4 nights from £1165

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...

Roundheads and Cavaliers

3 nights from £319

In 1642, with the King and Parliament at loggerheads, there seemed to be only one way to settle differences - the civil war. The country was split in two, with half supporting King Charles I and the...

Turner and his legacy - with Guardian art critic Jonathan Jones

3 nights from £695

With Guardian art critic Jonathan Jones

This tour explores the life of one of Britain’s greatest painters, J M W Turner, in the company of Guardian art critic and Turner aficionado,...

Cities of the Renaissance - Mantua and Ferrara

3 nights from £995

Mantua and Ferrara - both intellectual and artistic centres that attracted many leading lights of the Renaissance, both ruled over by great families that were rivals to the Medicis. Join Clare...

The secret war

3 nights from £359

Early in the second world war, top secret operations were set up in England including the training of Special Forces to work with resistance fighters across Europe and Asia and undertake many covert...

Basque country of Spain and France

7 nights from £769

Home to the Basque people and their language, culture and traditions, Euskal Herria (the Basque name for their ancestral land) spans the area in the western Pyrenees on the Atlantic coast of Spain...

Cathedrals and churches of Yorkshire

4 nights from £499

This is the second in a planned series of 14 tours over the next five years, to offer a unique opportunity to visit all 61 English, Anglican (42) and Roman Catholic (19) Cathedrals, plus the major...

Edge of empire - Romans in Britain

4 nights from £399

Marking the farthest reaches of the Roman Empire, Hadrian's Wall extended from Segedunum on the River Tyne in the east all the way to Solway Firth in the west - an impressive 73 miles long. Today the...

Art Nouveau in Riga

3 nights from £799

Explore romantic Riga, the largest of the three Baltic capitals, often described as a metropolis of Art Nouveau.

A powerful industrial city in the 19th century, Riga was home to a newly...

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