Magna Carta (Photo by Ash Mills)
Magna Carta (Photo by Ash Mills)

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Pompeii

19 August 2022

The Italian archaeological site of Pompeii has been one of our best-selling tour destinations for years now, decades, in fact, and we have rounded up everything you need to know about Pompeii. On this page, we will discuss topics that range from how the Vesuvian victims died to what life…

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12 Ultimate Travel Experiences

20 April 2022

After two years of 'armchair travelling', many of us are now turning our attention back to our travel wish-lists and the ultimate experiences we wish to have. With international travel now easier than it has been for quite some time, why not consider finally booking that once in a lifetime…

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In Memory of Dr Neil Faulkner

21 March 2022

The death of Neil Faulkner on the 4th of February was a considerable blow to the world of progressive archaeology and, in particular, to those who worked with him in the field, as an educator and as a tour leader.  

Neil had been a valued colleague of Andante Travels for…

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Peter Yeoman ponders an equinoctial enigma

15 March 2022

I really enjoy guiding guests at Stanydale on my Andante tours of Shetland, revealing an extraordinary prehistoric designed landscape purposefully created around 4,500 years ago. At this time, the landscape may have been designed for processions and so we process through this, experiencing a gradual revelation – peppered with near-contemporary…

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Mark Corney on Hadrian's Wall: "I'll never forget that day"

21 February 2022

This year marks 1900 years since the building of Hadrian’s Wall, a legendary fortification that was built to guard the wild north-west frontier of the Roman Empire. To commemorate this mighty anniversary, we sat down with expert Guide Lecturer and Andante favourite Mark Corney to talk about this incredible site…

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Stonehenge Offer

17 February 2022

Today marks the launch of the British Museum’s fantastic new exhibition, The World of Stonehenge, which has been receiving five-star reviews all around following its preview.

It will run until 17th July 2022 and it showcases “the restless and highly connected age of Stonehenge – a period of immense transformation…

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