Explore the world's pasts with Archaeology Travel guides,
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Whatever your preferred style of travel, budget or luxury, backpacker or hand luggage only, slow or adventure, if you are interested in archaeology, history and art this is an online travel guide just for you.

Here you will find ideas for where to go, what sites, monuments, museums and art galleries to see, as well as information and tips on how to get there and what tickets to buy.

Our destination and thematic guides are designed to assist you to find and/or create adventures in archaeology and history that suit you, be it a bucket list trip or visiting a hidden gem nearby.

Find

Find inspiration and ideas for your own travels from our recommendations and suggestions for what to see and do in many areas around the world.

Research

Use our destination and thematic guides to explore an area more deeply for archaeological and historical attractions, other landmarks and points of interests.

Plan

Use our itinerary builder to create personalised travel plans and lists, to suit your interests, whether you're planning a weekend getaway or a dream holiday.

Travel Ideas & Inspiration

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An island of giants and Nuraghi, ancient civilisations and medieval dynasties, crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches.
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Costa Daurada

Spain

Gran Canaria

Spain

Burgundy

France

Calais

France

Evoramonte

Portugal

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Regional Guides

Three people admiring the ruins of Temple Segesta from a short distance.

Italy

Albrecht Durer's house at night with empty streets.

Nuremberg

A ferry heading towards the lakeside village of Hallstatt in Austria.

Austria

Continental map of Africa, showing the different nations.

Africa

Asia

Europe

North America

South America

Oceania

Thematic Guides

Umayyad Frescoes in Jordan.

Castles in Jordan

Entrance to the Roman fort of Saalburg, Germany.

Roman Germany

Black outlines of two horses covered with large dots and hand prints in the cave of Pech Merle.

Cave Art France

Rock Art

Megalithic Europe

Roman World

Ancient Egypt

Castles & Palaces

World War 2

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