Historical Cross-Periods Tours
To capitalise being on the spot of more than one historical happening we will often allow tours to take in more than one era in history. These tours are often led by two historians and they will cox and box to tell their stories, culminating in most interesting and fascinating experiences.
All of our forthcoming Scheduled Cross-Periods Tours are listed below.
Belarus has seen its fair share of invading forces during Napoleon's invasion of 1812 and again some 130 years later the country suffered the ravages of both German and Russian invaders... find out more and book
Königsberg, the former capital of Prussia, home to the Teutonic Knights and the great philosopher Immanuel Kant, is today known by its Russian name, Kaliningrad. find out more and book
The Spanish Civil War was a particularly bloody conflict that led to the deaths of half a million people, and over 30 years of fascist dictatorship under General Franco. find out more and book
The Island of Malta stands at the crossroads of the Mediterranean where it has played a strategic role for centuries. find out more and book
Since the dawn of civilization the small strip of land, ultimately known as The Holy Land, has served as a land bridge joining many of the world’s great empires. In the Iron and Bronze Ages, Egyptian, Babylonian and Assyrian armies marched through here fighting for control of cities such as Megiddo and Jaffa. find out more and book
When King George II granted tracts of land to the Ohio Company in 1749 it brought the British in to direct conflict with the French who were intent on maintaining their hegemony in the Ohio Valley. find out more and book