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ATG Newsletter

For the latest news from ATG Oxford, including new tours and dates for 2018, read our newsletter. If you would like a hard copy please contact Read more »

January 8, 2018

Posted by:Kate Whinney

New tours for 2018!

January 6, 2018

Posted by:Kate Whinney

For all the latest ATG News and details of our 2018 programme read our Newsletter here   NEW TOURS Barolo & the Langhe Hills: Walk through the wooded Langhe hills and Barolo vineyards: a picturesque patchwork interspersed with woods, hill-top villages and castles. The area is famed as much for its food as its renowned wines – refined country cooking which Read more »

Pieve a Castello- New for 2018

November 3, 2017

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Four new tours for 2018 Idyllically located in unspoilt countryside between Siena – ‘the best-preserved, great medieval  city in Europe –  and Florence –  ‘birthplace of the Renaissance’ – Pieve a Castello is at the centre of an area so incomparably rich in ‘World Class’ sites and interests that it provides resources for countless specialist  trips or new highlights  each Read more »

The world’s favourite wine?

June 10, 2016

Posted by:Kate Whinney

In the last few years the UK and many other parts of the world have ‘discovered’ Prosecco – the Italian answer to Champagne. The UK increased Read more »

Cinque Terre: A Walk on the Wild Side

July 5, 2017

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Travel writer and ATG client Judy Ross shares her experience of walking ATG’s independent Cinque Terre route, in the article below. Click to download article>> The ATG Cinque Read more »

Treasure hunting in the Dordogne

June 30, 2017

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Easy paths from cliff-side, medieval Rocamadour, to the imposing castles overlooking the Dordogne River, to pre-historic dwellings and paintings around Les Eyzies… and great Perigord cuisine. Read more »