International Visits

Foreign countries are listed by the total number of visits, and by town and year of each visit. France has the most with ten followed by Germany with nine.

France (Paris 1926, 1938, 1950, 1974, 1992; Strasbourg 1930; Lyons 1951; Marseilles and Montpellier 1964; Bordeaux 1980 and Rennes 2014)

Germany (Frankfurt 1928; Munich 1929; Heidelberg 1930, 1936, 1937, 1965, 1978, 1989 and Mannheim; Berlin 2006)

Holland (Utrecht, The Hague, Amsterdam 1925; Groningen 1935; Amsterdam, Leiden and Utrecht 1952; Amsterdam and Rotterdam, 1970; Amsterdam, Zwolle and Beverwijk 1983; Utrecht, Amsterdam, and Rotterdam 2005)

Italy (Rome 1955, 2001; Turin and Padua 1962; Milan and Florence 1973; Rome 1982; Modena, Bologna and Padua 1990)

Belgium (Brussels 1931, 1956, 1979, with Louvain 1998)

Spain (Madrid 1953, 2015; Barcelona 1968, 1994; Cordoba 1987, with Gibraltar)

Switzerland (Basle, Berne, Montreux, Lausanne, Geneva, 1927, 1959, 1986, 2010)

Austria (Vienna 1929, 1960, 1984)

Sweden (Stockholm 1934, 1961, with Malmo 2000)

Denmark (Copenhagen 1934, 1966, 1997)

Portugal (Lisbon 1957, 1971, 1996)

Norway (Oslo 1949, 1972)

Greece (Athens 1969, 2008)

Hungary (Budapest 1975, 1993)

USA (Richmond and Charlottesville, 1981; Washington DC, 2003, Charlottesville and Richmond 2013)

Ireland (Dublin 1954, 2012)

Turkey (Ankara 1958)

Yugoslavia (Belgrade, Kragujevac, Ljubljana, Zagreb 1963)

Poland (Warsaw, Cracow 1967)

Gibraltar 1987

Finland (Helsinki and Turku, 1988)

Israel (Jerusalem and Tel Aviv 1995)

South Africa(Cape Town 1999)

Czech Republic (Prague 2002)

South East Asia & Darwin (Singapore and Darwin 2004)

China (Hong Kong and Beijing 2007)

Iceland (Reykjavik 2009)

Cuba and Barbados (2010)

Switzerland (Geneva and Lausanne 2011)

Canada (Toronto 2016)

Belgium (Ghent, Brussels and Bruges 2017)