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West Point AOG Travel

Join fellow alumni, family, friends, and even other service academies for wonderful adventures as part of the WPAOG Alumni Travel Program.

For more information contact our partner Tour Operators:
♦ AHI Travel, 800.323.7373, Army.AHITravel.com
♦ Thomas P. Gohagan & Company, 800.922.3088, GohaganTravel.com
♦ Go Next, 800.842.9023, GoNext.com
♦ Orbridge, 866.639.0079 WestPointAOG.Orbridge.com
♦ National WWII Museum, 877.813.3329 ext 257 Ww2MuseumTours.org
♦ Premier World Discovery, 877.953.8687, premierworlddiscovery.com
♦ Odysseys Unlimited, 800.370.6765, odysseys-unlimited.com

For more information about the Alumni Travel Program Contact:

♦ WPAOG Alumni Travel Program office Travel@wpaog.org

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2018 Trip Descriptions

D-Day: The Invasion Of Normandy & The Liberation Of France, September 13 - September 19, 2018
Tour Normandy with America’s National WWII Museum

From Approximately $3,995 Per Person, Double Occupancy (with Paris: Optional Pre–tour Extension), WWII Museum Tours

Tour Normandy with America’s National WWII MuseumThe National WWII Museum's most popular tour provides an in-depth itinerary to America's most famous WWII battle. Offering a full week of touring in Normandy at an incredible price, this unforgettable tour offers great value and features top guides, superior accommodations in prime locations, comprehensive dining, and exclusive access to sites unseen on other programs. With stops at the Musée Airborne, the D-Day museum at Mémorial de Caen, the American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, and more, this tour is for the academic or amateur historian in search of the most authentic experience of Normandy as it was. Guests match quaint, upscale accommodations, regional cuisine, and affordability with firsthand history lessons found nowhere else.

Pearls of Italy, September 15 to September 26, 2018
Cruise Lake Maggiore and travel to Milan to marvel at “The Last Supper”

From approximately $4,595, double occupancy AHI

Cruise Lake Maggiore and travel to Milan to marvel at “The Last Supper” Italy is a brilliant showcase of natural beauty, magnificent art, and a culture that’s had a profound influence on the western world. This journey highlights the best of Italy, as you travel by train to explore four diverse regions. Discover the Italian Lakes in the north. Cruise Lake Maggiore, and travel to Milan to see Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.” Continue to Venice to tour the Piazza San Marco and other historic highlights. Travel south to Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance and Italy’s cultural capital. Venture to Chianti to sample its renowned wine. Then, as they say, all roads lead to Rome. Your remarkable journey concludes in the Eternal City. Historic highlights come to life as local guides offer fascinating narrative as you walk in the footsteps of ancient Romans. Enjoy a small group of curious fellow travelers, first-class accommodations and an extensive meal plan including wine with dinner.

Ancient Vignettes, October 3 to October14, 2018
Barcelona to Athens (10 Nights)

From approximately $2,999 per person, double occupancy GoNext

Visit Barcelona to AthensAncient cultures come to life as you explore the art and history of Southern Europe. Embark on your luxury cruise aboard the Riviera in cosmopolitan Barcelona, Spain’s gem of art and architecture, and set off to Provençal France, where you will be welcomed into the historic port city of Marseille. View the great masterpieces of the Renaissance—Brunelleschi’s Duomo, the Baptistery of San Giovanni, Michelangelo’s David, the Ponte Vecchio, and the Uffizi Gallery—in Florence, while even more remnants of Italy’s glorious past await you in Rome, Italy’s capital city. Near the legendary ruins of Pompeii, Sorrento delights with cobblestone streets, a seaside promenade, and classic Greek mythology. Gaze upon the surprisingly modern architecture of Messina, famously rebuilt after a ruinous earthquake in 1908, before you explore Malta and the ancient walls of Europe’s smallest capital city, Valletta. As you cross into Greece, you’ll soon be lounging on the black sand beaches of Santorini and trekking through the medieval walled city of Rhodes. Your time on the Riviera concludes in Athens, one of the world’s oldest cities and the Cradle of Western Civilization.

Glamorous Retreats, November 1 to November 9, 2018
Rome to Monte Carlo (7 Nights)

From approximately $1,799 per person, double occupancy GoNext

Visit Rome to Monte CarloGlitz and glamour await as you sail the ports and resorts of the French and Italian Rivieras. Embark on your luxury cruise aboard the Marina in Rome, Italy’s treasure of history and architecture. Relax in botanically-rich Portofino before leaving the mainland for the towering cliffs and white sand beaches of Sardinia. Tucked into a sheltered bay on the Côte d'Azur, Bandol is best known for its superb rosé wine; while Toulon offers more than a mere glimpse of France’s fascinating naval history. The grand finale of your riviera voyage comes as you visit two of the most famous resort cities in the world: the fashionable celebrity playground of Saint-Tropez; and the height of opulence, Monte Carlo, where your one-night stay will allow you to explore the tiny but densely-packed city-state before you disembark the Marina.


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