Discover the World in Style with the Alumni Travel Program

If you love to travel, you’re in good company. As a GW graduate, you’re a lifetime member of the GW Alumni Association, which entitles you to all kinds of great benefits, including the GW Alumni Travel program.

Throughout the year, GW offers trips to domestic and international destinations, designed to satisfy your taste for adventure, cultural immersion and education.

Have the time of your life seeing the world with your fellow GW alumni, faculty, friends and family!

Traveling with GW can turn a vacation into the experience of a lifetime. GW’s professional tour operators specialize in trips that include stimulating learning experiences, knowledgeable guides and plenty of personal attention. The only prerequisites are a desire for discovery and a fun-loving spirit.

There are still some spaces available for summer and fall of 2013. These trips fill up quickly, so book now!

Cradle of Chinese Civilization (Hurry, LIMITED space remaining)
June 13 – June 27, 2013
Special Guest: Julie Nixon Eisenhower
Meet Julie Nixon Eisenhower, and hear her perspectives on China. Cruise the Yangtze River, from Shanghai to Chongqing.

St. Petersburg
Sept 8 – Sept 16, 2013
Literature, Politics, Art & Music Theme in the Russian capital

Symphony on the Danube: A Classical Music Cruise
Sept 29 – Oct 11, 2013
Music Theme: Performances and Lectures in some of Europe’s great music cities

Undiscovered Italy: Apulia
Oct 1 – Oct 9, 2013
Natural beauty, architecture, food and wine of southern Italy

Echoes of the Past: A Commemoration of the Civil War
Oct 28 – Nov 7, 2013
Historical tour of key cities and sites of the Civil War from Alexandria to Charleston

For more information on the 2013 GW Alumni Travel Program, and to book a trip, visit http://alumni.gwu.edu/travel.

Book now for 2013, or plan ahead and check our website for 2014 trips!

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  1. Lou Cook said:

    I am interested in Apula. How can I find more info.
    Lou Cook

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