Spring 2017

Travel to Russia, Italy, France, Morocco,
Turkey, Scotland, England and Indonesia

In this Issue...

Morocco: Volubilis & Fez
Ben Churcher explores these two contrasting cities: ancient Volubilis and modern, vibrant Fez

Ancient Orkney
Garry Shaw explores daily life, ritual and death at the Neolithic sites of Orkney in Scotland

Traveller's Tales
Adrian Phillips, MD of Bradt Travel Guides and Travel Writer of theYear 2012 shares a Canadian adventure

Rodin's 100th anniversary
2017 marks the centenary of Rodin's death. Find out how it is to be celebrated this year

Interview with...Nicholas Jubber
Travel writer Nick shares his latest adventures in the desert and  Timbuktu

Museum Magic
The Sir John Soane's Museum in London is packed with art, sculpture and even an Egyptian sarcophagus

Intrepid Traveller
The story of Alexandra David-Neel, the first woman to visit Tibet when it was closed to foreigners

A weekend in…St. Petersburg

Explore this fascinating city which has it all: art, history, palaces, fabulous food and friendly locals

Plautilla Nelli
The first female Renaissance painter who is finally having her first exhibition at the Uffizi gallery

PLUS ... Artist Craig Kraft visits the oldest cave art in the world in Sulawesi, Indonesia and Lucy Mallows explores the battlefields of Gallipoli. Also, Celia Lyttelton meets Gabrial Orozco, Dig Diary is back with suggestions for the summer and autumn, we look at where to go in the world during the next three months and check out forthcoming art exhibitions, latest archaeological news and book reviews. There is also a new feature called 'TT Loves' which in this issue features the wonderful Papini, maker of beautiful leather goods in Florence for five generations.  So much to read and enjoy!