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2018 Tours List

Browse a tantalising selection of tours for 2018 from classic favourites to brand new departures or use the links below to browse a specific month.

 

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New Tour releases

Planning your cultural break for 2018? Keep abreast of next year's new cultural tours as we release them online.

 

Tour released on 18th August

Japan in Springtime: Art, Temples & Gardens

Late Availability

There is still time to book a tour this Autumn. Browse which tours still have places here.

 

Updated on 10th August.

Victorian Italy - SPACES

Belle Epoque Paris SPACES

Pompeii with Herculaneum - SPACES

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TOUR DIRECTORS

Our tours are led throughout by expert lecturers – both specialists in their fields and convivial hosts. We welcome a select band of new Tour Directors to our portfolio every year.

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THE ASSOCIATION FOR CULTURAL EXCHANGE & THE ACE FOUNDATION

ACE CULTURAL TOURS is a subsidiary of the charitable organisation the ACE Foundation (the Association for Cultural Exchange), an educational trust founded in 1958.

Profits from our tours are used to support the work of our parent charity, which funds education projects at home and abroad, many of them related to places visited by ACE CULTURAL TOURS.

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Blog

04 August 2017
Discover Berlin this Christmas

Tour Director Colin Bailey introduces this spectacular Christmas tour to the German capital.

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27 July 2017
A Personal Perspective on Paris
Tour Director Patrick Bade will lead our tour of Belle Epoque Paris. Writing from Paris, where he lives, Patrick shares his insights into some of the city’s hidden treasures, as well as some of the highlights of his upcoming tour, in a special blog post for ACE.

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25 July 2017
In Search of Angels: a First Sight of Florence
Art historian Suzanne Fagence-Cooper discusses how young painters such as Burne-Jones travelled to Florence in search of Pre-Raphaelite works, how the Victorian love affair with Tuscany and how this influenced the evolution of the Pre-Raphaelite movement in Britain.

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