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  • Photograph of the ceiling of the Palazzo Albergati.
  • ‘The Storming of Delhi – the Cashmere Gate’, wood engraving from 'The Illustrated London News', 1857.

Welcome to Martin Randall Travel, the leading specialist in cultural holidays

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We offer the widest selection of tours in the UK, continental Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, India, China, Japan, the Americas and Australasia.

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Zurich

Themes

We offer an unequalled range of tours and events focusing on archaeology, architecture, art, gastronomy, history, houses and gardens, literature and drama, music, ballet and opera, and walking.

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A print published in 1897 after 'A Schubert Evening in a Vienna Salon' by Julius Schmid

Holiday types

We have over three hundred tours and events in fifty different countries, and they range from single-day seminars to seventeen days in Peru.

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Amsterdam Theatre

Expert lecturers

Our lecturers are selected with great care. Their scholarship is unimpeachable but their ability to communicate their learning is equally important.

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The Leipzig Bach Festival

Leipzig, Altes Rathaus wood engraving from The Illustrated London News, 1866.
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Courts of Northern Italy Princely art of the Renaissance

09 - 16 Sep 2018 £2,380
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Our MRT holiday exceeded our expectations in every respect. The international party gave a broad and interesting slant to our conversations, and we were suitably led by both lecturer and local guide. We have had many memorable experiences on Martin Randall holidays, but you have just excelled yourselves again.

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Kraków, St Florian Gate, steel engraving c. 1850.

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Roman wall painting colour.

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Arch of Septimus of Rome

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Copenhagen, Rosenborg Palace, engraving c. 1850.

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