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The Regency Grand Tour

During the 1700s travel throughout Europe expanded considerably but was mainly dominated by young British aristocrats and gentlemen on the ‘Grand Tour’, an elite educational experience that peaked during the Georgian era. 
The sons of aristocrats and landed gentry were sent abroad after school or university, to complete their studies at European establishments, or to have private tuition in languages, mathematics, drawing, fencing, dancing and riding.

Tours lasting from a few months to two or more years. 
The archetypal continental Grand Tour comprised a stay in Paris and the principal Italian cities. Paris was considered the greatest city in 18th-century Europe, and for some travellers was the main focus: 
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