Experience breathtaking scenery and landmarks, behind-the-scenes insight from experienced guides, and world-class performances
From 4-day weekends to several weeks overseas, UW-Madison Continuing Studies educational cultural tours focus on performing arts, theatre, visual arts, history, and archaeology. These trips provide you with unique and enriching travel experiences with no planning required from you and none of the typical travel hassles along the way. We schedule plenty of free time for you to shop, rest, or pursue your own interests.
We’ve got some great destinations working their way to the top of our bucket list! In addition to the trips you see listed below, in 2014 we’re going to Washington DC, Italy, Tanzania, Santa Fe, and India. The planning for DC is complete and the brochure will be in your mailbox soon, and the Tanzania trip in August is going to be epic!
Contact us any time if you have questions about what we’re up to: Doug Whittle (email@example.com/608-263-7787) or Kim Seymour (firstname.lastname@example.org/608-262-3731).
Thank you. I look forward to traveling with you soon.
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We visit Sorrento, Florence, San Gimagnano, Siena, Montalcino, Orvieto, and of course, Rome. Sights and activities include Paestum, Pompeii, Herculaneum, the Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia, the Medici Chapels, cathedrals and other architectural gems, Gregorian chant at Sant' Antimo, wine tastings, the Vatican Museum, St Peter's, San Clemente, the Colosseum, the Forum, the catacombs, lots of free time, and much more. Don't miss this one!
Mar 16-30 • $5,999 (including international roundtrip air)
Enjoy an educational weekend with us as we attend performances by the National Symphony Orchestra and The American Ballet Theatre at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and the play Camp David at Arena Stage. We also have a morning at the fascinating Newseum, lots of free time, and a day in Harper's Ferry, WV, to learn about John Brown's raid and visit Antietam National Battlefield.
Apr 17-20 • $1,499
Join us at North America's finest performing arts festival. Companies from all over the world converge on Charleston, South Carolina, for ballet, theatre, dance, opera, music, and more in one of America's most historic and friendly cities. This year's program includes the opera El Niño, 2 chamber music concerts, the Dorrance Dance Company, Dublin's Gate Theatre's My Cousin Rachel, an educational seminar, and a city tour.
May 30-June 2 • $1,549
An opera lover's delight! Join us for Beethoven's Fidelio, Bizet's Carmen, and a double bill of Stravinski's Le Rossignol and Mozart's The Impresario. Price includes lodging (double occupancy), premier seating at the operas, 2 lectures, a city tour, daily breakfasts, 1 buffet dinner, and all transfers. An optional guided trip to Chimayo is available for an additional fee. If you love opera, you can't miss this weekend.
Jul 30-Aug 3 • $1,999
Future trips at a glance
Southern Tanzania • 8/25-9/9/2014 • $TBD
Shaw Festival • 9/26-29/2014 • $TBD
India • 11/7-21/2014 • $TBD
New York City • Dec 2014 • $TBD
Peru • Feb 2015 • $TBD
Northern Tanzania • June 2015 • $TBD
China • Fall 2015 • $TBD
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