If you are interested in traveling on this tour in 2023, click here!
Investigate southwestern Europe’s most extraordinary prehistoric caves, including Lascaux IV, a new, exact reproduction of one of the most remarkable prehistoric sites ever discovered; Altamira II, a precise replica of the original that is often called the “Sistine Chapel of Prehistoric Art;” Atapuerca, the most significant early human site in western Europe; Las Monedas Cave and Cueva del Castillo, where 180 animal likenesses were painted some 12,000-14,000 years ago; Cougnac, which features paintings of extinct megaloceros and mammoth; Pech Merle, known for its “negative handprints;” and others.
Travel with world-renowned archaeological author Paul Bahn, a gifted and popular lecturer who regularly leads tours to study the prehistory of Spain and France, including this program. Dr. Bahn will enhance your understanding of the sites with lectures and informal discussions.
Tour archaeological and ethnographic museums with superb exhibits of prehistoric artifacts, including the Museum of Human Evolution in Burgos, Altamira Museum, Museum of Les Eyzies, and the Museé d’Aquitaine; plus the modern art collections of Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum.
Explore charming villages and cities, including Santillana del Mar and San Sebastian.
Enjoy excellent accommodations in fine hotels and charming inns, as well as fine wine and cuisine.
per person, double occupancy
17-20 participants $8,345
13-16 participants $8,845
10-12 participants $9,445
Single Supplement (limited availability) $1,225
Single room supplement will be charged when requested or required. With fewer than 10 participants, a small group surcharge may be added.
For detailed information, download the brochure.
For reservations or questions, please email us at email@example.com (and include your full name) or call us toll-free at (800) 748-6262 (toll: 603-756-2884). To reserve your space using the online form, click here.
If this tour is full, we will notify you right away and add you to the waiting list.