Binghamton University offers study tour of Spain
The Division of Continuing Education and Outreach at Binghamton University is coordinating an art and history study tour of Spain scheduled to run from January 15 - 26, 2003. The tour is open the public.
The study tour will offer a range of cultural experiences, visiting places of interest such as Madrid, Toledo, Seville and other major towns in Andalusia. Daily visits and activities will highlight the food, art and history of the region. The itinerary will also offer opportunities to explore Spanish architecture as well as plenty of time for self-guided shopping and exploring activities.
Richard Barons, director of the Southampton Historical Museum, Long Island, N.Y., and Bill McClure, program director for Continuing Education at Binghamton University, will act as tour leaders.
The Spanish study tour costs $2,695 per person, which includes airfare, double occupancy accommodation and selected itinerary activities. Final payment is due by November 13 to reserve a place on the tour.
For more information, contact the Division of Continuing Education at 607-777-6857 or toll-free at (877) 313-2508. For additional information, visit http://continuinged.binghamton.edu/home1.lasso.