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La Belle France explores beneath the surface of many French institutions and household names. Our program visits Chateauneuf du Pape to sample its wines and Cognac Hennessy. We cruise the Burgundy Canal and visit Dijon to assure ourselves that the mustard is actually made there. Our program concludes with an in-depth tour of the Normandy Landing Beaches. Here we inspect the old emplacements, the museums and the memorials to the Allied soldiers whose bravery and sacrifice made this tour possible.
Each day, on this small group tour of France, we explore a particular region learning from our expert local guides about the history and contemporary society. Enjoying not only the learning and seeing aspect of this intriguing country we also enjoy breaking bread in some great cafes and restaurants exploring the regional cuisine.
Odyssey Traveller’s Via di Francesco (or the Way of St. Francis) small group walking tour links together places directly associated with the life and sacred travels of St. Francis of Assisi. This 18-day tour traverses Italy from Florence to Rome, with important stops in Assisi where St. Francis was born Giovanni di Pietro di Bernardone to a wealthy family in 1182 and where he died at the age of 44 in 1226.
This 18 day tour takes you deep into the the Balkan Peninsula. Starting in Dubrovnik, travel through Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia and Albania before returning to Dubrovnik. The scenery is stunning and the long, troubled history of the region makes this a fascinating journey of discovery. Religious and cultural differences add to the interest of the area and help make this a tour which goes well beyond the usual tourist trail.
Most of us have already experienced the grandeur of classic galleries such as the Louvre and the National Gallery. It is time for us to be surprised by the lesser-known but equally wonderful smaller art galleries across Northwest Europe.
Travel on the Trans-Siberian Railway for 22 days covering the second half of the Trans-Siberian journey, from Krasnoyarsk in the heart of Siberian Russia to the port city of Vladivostok, the train journey’s eastern terminus. The tour explores 5 key cities with stops lasting 2-3 nights.
A Journey that commences in Rome before Christmas, takes in 12 places along it’s journey to Athens. Enjoy this off season tour avoiding the summer crowds to the key galleries and Museums of Mediterranean Europe as the history unfolds before you in a mild climate as you travel through the key countries of the Mediterranean.
Rome is arguably the most fascinating city in Italy, the capital city, once the center of a vast, ancient empire and still today a cultural focus within Europe. This small group program spends 14 days exploring, just Rome.
Discover the work and world of this neglected twentieth century musical giant. This tour allows those interested in the gifted Romanian composer, George Enescu, to immerse themselves in his work. Spend the first five days exploring Enescu’s native Romania before settling down to a feast of his music performed by a host of international stars in Bucharest. Odyssey hopes to provide the group with the opportunity to attend some 30 concerts over 16 days. The next festival is September 2019.