Turkey & Europe Tours
Travel and immerse yourself in a mélange of culture!
The following is a list of our upcoming trips to Turkey and Europe. If you are looking for something unique or not list here, contact us to discuss our custom tour options.
June 1 – 11, 2018 | William R. Cook
Join Far Horizons Archaeological and Cultural Trips on an 11-day exploration of the art and architecture of the Catherals of France!
May 14 – 24, 2018 | Bob Brier and Patricia Remler
Join Far Horizons Archaeological and Cultural Trips on a 11-day journey in Italy. Travel from Turin to Florence to Rome visiting Egyptian collections at renowned museums and view Rome’s Egyptian obelisks.
September 22 – October 6, 2017 | John France Travel on this 15-day trip through five countries: Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, and Bari Italy. Along the way, see 11 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
May 28 – June 14, 2017 | William R. Cook
Join Far Horizons Archaeological and Cultural Trips on an 18-day exploration of the ecclesiastical structures in Romania, Armenia and Georgia!
August 26 – September 7, 2017 | John France
Join our Medieval specialist, John France, onboard a private yacht as we cruise through the Greek Dodecanese Islands of Samos, Pátmos, Kalymnos, Kos, Nisyros, Tilos, Symi and Rhodes.
June 2 – 16, 2017 | James Bruhn
Travel through the Welsh and English countryside to view the remnants of prehistoric, Roman, medieval and industrial sites, including picturesque Conway Castle.
June 2 – 13, 2018 | Steven L. Tuck
View four UNESCO World Heritage sites as we travel from Rome to Orvieto and Cortona hill towns. See the necropolis at Cerveteri and Tarquinia, the Volumnus Hypogeum in Perugia, Volterra’s Etruscan Museum, and Glorious Florence
September 30 – October 8, 2017 | Bob Brier and Patricia Remler
Join Far Horizons on a truly unique 9-day tour of Berlin, Paris, London, and Cambridge, with an emphasis on each city’s great museum and their Egyptology collections: Neues Museum, the Louvre, the British Museum and the newly re-opened Fitzwilliam Museum.
August 6 – 18, 2017| James Bruhn
Travel from northern York to the Salisbury plains to explore prehistoric stone circles, glorious abbeys, Hadrian’s Wall, and medieval castles with meals and overnights in charming traditional English pubs and inns.
June 23 – July 1, 2017 | Bob Brier and Patricia Remler
Join Egyptologists, Bob Brier and Patricia Remler, on this unusual journey to out of the way areas. Travel from London to Liverpool and back visiting the Egyptian collections of museums and Roman archaeological sites along the way.
May 21 – 31, 2017 | Steven L. Tuck
Travel to Rome and explore the largest archaeological park in the world, before traveling south to see the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum.
May 27 – June 10, 2017 | Jennifer Tobin
Greece is a land of rugged beauty that includes over 2,000 islands stretching from the Ionian Sea in the west to the Aegean Sea and Turkey in the east. A geographic crossroads, the area has been a turbulent battleground for millennia.
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More than 1,000 years ago, the Vikings dominated northern Europe from their base in Scandinavia. Travel through Denmark, Norway, and Sweden to view the remains of this pre-Christian culture including stave churches, petroglyph sites, ship burials, Viking fortresses, stone ship graves, and nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
June 16 – July 1, 2017 | Enda O’Flaherty
The Emerald Isle has a rich history dating back over 9,000 years, when Mesolithic hunter-gatherers migrated to the island. The various populations that have inhabited this territory have all left their imprint on the history of this fascinating country! Today Ireland is home to the greatest surviving concentration of field monuments in Europe. Enjoy Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Early Christian, Medieval, Early Modern and Modern sites!
July 29 – August 13, 2017 | Brian Buchanan
Scotland contains some of the last great open space of Europe, famed for its moody highland mountains, mist shrouded glens, dazzling lochs, wild coastlines, and lush, verdant forests. It is a nation of astounding contrasts and hosts a wealth of archaeological and historical sites.
April 22 – May 6, 2018 | John France
Follow the Path of the Crusader Knights across four countries: Northern Cyprus, Greek Cyprus, Greece and Malta. Led by a renowned medieval specialist, begin in Cyprus where the Crusaders fled after the fall of Jerusalem.
April 30 – May 13, 2017 | Jennifer Tobin
The islands of the Aegean offer travelers a unique perspective of Greece, ancient and modern. A wealth of archaeological sites set in stunning locations reveal the myth and history specific to each island.
September 23 – October 8, 2017 | Professor Robin Vose
In 711, an army of Arabs and Berbers landed on the Iberian Peninsula, and over the next seven years, through diplomacy and warfare, they brought most of present-day Spain and Portugal under Islamic control. For more than 700 years, until the Christians retook the land in 1492 (reconquista), Muslim dynasties ruled al-Andalus, and during this time there was a blossoming of philosophy, arts and sciences.
September 5 – 19, 2017 | Emma Blake
Join Far Horizons Archaeological and Cultural Trips on a 15-day journey around Sicily. Here, monumental evidence of waves of conquering armies covers the landscape. As we circle this lovely isle, view marvels from the past and beauties of the present – Syracuse, Agrigento, Segesta, Cefalù, and Taormina.
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Eastern Turkey conjures up images of women in veils, mustached gentlemen in turbans with drawn sabers in hand and camel trains winding through the desolate wilderness. As the battlefront of eastern and western cultures for thousands of years, the East contains an astonishing abundance of ancient castles and majestic fortified cities.o Be Announced
September 9 – 24, 2017 | Charles Stewart
Far Horizons offers 12 participants an incredible 16-day archaeological tour that includes specially arranged private tours with archaeologists at three of the most important archaeological projects in the eastern Mediterranean – Hattusas, Ephesus, and Troy.
September 8 – 25, 2017 | Emil Nankov
Bulgaria displays a treasure trove of historic monuments that span thousands of years of history. The Thracians left behind an abundance of artwork in their spectacular tombs.