Hospes Non Hospi – A Guest Not A Stranger

Cultural Tours & Study Days
with
Ciceroni Travel

Our cultural tours and study days include many destinations and themes, organised and led by our friendly and knowledgeable team.
Our cultural holiday itineraries are original, stimulating and include remarkable levels of private access.
Our sense of hospitality is as important as the quality of our lecturers and tour managers.
Our clients come first in all we do.
You are welcomed as a guest, not a stranger, on our cultural holidays and study tours - be you alone, travelling with a partner or friends.

Berlin & Potsdam

Prussia & the Rise of Germany

Germany
Sunday 25 - Friday 30 October 2020 (6 Days)
The re-unification of Germany in 1990 restored Berlin to its status as capital city. Previously, a long succession of German kings and emperors created many fine palaces but nowhere else in Europe was so much energy expended on building museums and art galleries for the public. Now almost all are fully restored and redisplayed and it is this cornucopia of the arts which we shall explore in Berlin and nearby Potsdam.

A Weekend in Renaissance Bologna

Popes & Patricians:

Italy
Thursday 26 - Sunday 29 November 2020 (4 Days)
Bologna is renowned for its fine medieval architecture in warmly welcoming brick and its distinguished role in the history of painting. The city centre is a delight to stroll in, and its churches and picture gallery house many gems, surprisingly little known. Of course, no round of cultural exploration would function properly without adequate sustenance and Bologna is one of the great culinary cities of Italy.

Florence & the Early Medici

Patricians & Patronage

Italy
Wednesday 24 February - Monday 1 March 2021 (6 Days)
The Medici family are synonymous with Florence and with the birth of renaissance art - the list of the architects, sculptors and painters employed by the family is astounding. Focusing on the era of the early Medici, we shall explore the monuments, churches and museums of Florence, looking at some of the masterpieces created for successive generations of the family. This visit is specifically designed to bring some of the best-loved works of the Renaissance into sharp relief.
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