August 28-September 5, 2017 – wait list for single accommodations, doubles still available
Today, Normandy is a peaceful place where life is enjoyed with joie de vivre, but just 70 years ago it was the site of the pivotal World War II battle against the Nazis. Settle in the charming town of Honfleur, and delve into Norman history and culture. Take an emotional journey to Omaha Beach, the American Cemetery and the inspiring Peace Memorial. Normandy’s military past began much earlier than 1944; in Bayeux, see the famous Bayeux Tapestry, an embroidered history of the Battle of Hastings. Journey to Mont Saint-Michel, the breathtaking fortress monastery guarded by the ebb and flow of the tide, and taste Calvados, the local cider brandy, and other renowned food and drink of the region. Local guides and expert speakers provide insight during excursions and lectures. This Alumni Campus Abroad program features engaging excursions, an educational program and an extensive meal plan plus wine with dinner. There is no supplement for solo travelers.
Trip Type: Land