$4,850 per person, ground only, double occupancy.
Single supplement: $925
$1,000 per person first come,
Balance deadline: April 10, 2020. After that date, call for availability.
Contact the Grand Tour to reserve your place on the tour with a credit card deposit, or send a check for the deposit amount made payable to The Grand Tour, and mail to:
IU Travels Berlin Tour,
The Grand Tour, PO Box 274, Peterborough, NH 03458.
IU Travels Berlin–Dresden Tour is an exclusive presentation by IU Alumni Assoc. and is organized by The Grand Tour Travel Company, Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Berlin Palace Bridge and Cathedral
MUSIC & ART IN BERLIN AND DRESDEN JUNE 7-16, 2020*
Celebrate the 200th anniversary of Indiana University on a Bicenntennial Grand Expedition to the grand cities of Berlin and Dresden in June 2020.
We are honored to have join us the esteemed jazz pianist and Senior Lecturer at IU’s O’Neill School of Environmental Affairs, Monika Herzig.
Dresden is a city risen from the ashes of the Allied bombing of 1945, while Berlin is one of the most exciting cities in Europe, Germany’s dynamic and flourishing political as well as artistic capital. Both are among the music capitals of Europe and we will attend several exciting performances: a production of Verdi’s Rigoletto in Dresden; and in Berlin, the famed violinist Christian Tetzlaff in recital and the Staatskapelle Berlin performing music of Mozart and Bruckner. As a special treat, Monika Herzig herself will perform an all-Cole Porter program on the Indiana native’s birthday in Dresden and for a Jazz Brunch at a top club in Berlin.
Semper Oper, Dresden
Expert guides take us to principal museums which reveal some of the great masterworks of Western art, and a custom gallery walk in Berlin gives a glimpse of the vibrant contemporary art scene there. A ferry ride on the Elbe River includes lunch and a private boat on the Spree introduces us to Berlin. We’ll make visits to the great porcelain factory of Meissen, as well as Frederick the Great’s summer palace, Sanssouci. A climax of the trip will be the special Bicentennial reception in Berlin to honor IU Alumni, students and other dignitaries.