We’re unable to keep secrets.
We always babble on about hidden gems, tucked-away eateries, and the local village gossip.
So, rather than hide it any longer, we want to tell you about everything we’re doing in 2020/21.
From trips to ice-cream-loving villages in Italy to sampling beers at the oldest brewery in Scotland, there’s a lot to be excited about.
Here’s everything we’re up to.
We’ve (almost) spotted the Loch Ness Monster, walked upon landscapes built by giants in Ireland, and followed in the footsteps of King Arthur. But launching these trips is one of the most exciting achievements in our 26-year history.
These small group tours go to France, Spain Italy, Portugal and Switzerland. You get your accommodation included in the price, travel with a driver and a guide, and get to experience the off the beaten track wonders of Europe.
When you travel, you should live like a local and enjoy the regional drinks. But you should also spend every waking hour immersed in the history and sights. So how do you manage to do both?
We have the solution.
And don't worry, we've not ignored the Highlands, we also have a new five day tour to the Hebrides.
Last year, we launched our trips from Manchester.
They're doing rather well. And we love exploring the areas around this marvellous metropolis.
We made a new friend recently. You may have heard of them. They're one of the most famous gin distillers in the world, Bombay Sapphire Gin.
We met them on our three-day tour to the Isle of Wight.
So this year, we've created a one-day tour with them. You mix a visit to their state-of-the-art home with a splash of Winchester, one of the most historical cities in England.
We created a new three-day tour from Dublin.
But this isn't any tour. It combines two of our favourite locations to make the most out of your time on the Emerald Isle.
You go to the Dingle Peninsula, the most out-of-reach epic location in all of the Wild Atlantic Way. And you see Glendalough, a spiritual location nestled within the mountains south of Dublin.