History

  • North America

     

    Cuba: Discovering Its People and Culture

    Cultural, Film and Performing Arts, History Jan 01 - Jan 01

    January 13-29, 2019 March 3-10, 2019 May 19-26, 2019 Within cities seemingly frozen in time beats the vibrant pulse of Cuba’s most valuable resource: its people. Connect with Cubans of all backgrounds on this unique program, learning about their everyday lives and examining the forces that have shaped Cuban culture. Read more >>

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  • Europe

     

    The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci

    Architecture, Cultural, Education, History, Special Interest Jan 01 - Jan 01

    March 23-30, 2019 Leonardo da Vinci was the essence of a Renaissance Man. In addition to the arts, he excelled in science, engineering, anatomy, writing, and many other disciplines. In 2019, the 500th anniversary of his death, join us to celebrate his genius and explore his life and work. On Read more >>

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  • Europe

     

    Jewish Food and Heritage in Italy with Joan Nathan

    Education, Food & Wine, History, Special Interest Jan 01 - Jan 01

    March 23-30, 2019 Join the renowned food writer Joan Nathan on a culinary cultural exploration through Italy’s rich Jewish heritage on this eight-day journey to Tuscany and Rome. As you discover the secrets of pasta making and kosher wine production, sample traditional and modern dishes, and explore the imprint of Read more >>

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  • Middle East

     

    Seventy Years of the State of Israel

    Cultural, History, Politics, Special Interest Jan 01 - Jan 01

    April 7-15, 2018 More than 70 years ago, the State of Israel was founded. But its history goes back more than 5,000 years, and even now, its future promises many difficulties. On this nine-day itinerary, travel with experts from The New York Times, a leader in its evenhanded coverage of Read more >>

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  • Europe

     

    Tulip Time in Holland by Barge

    Art, Cultural, Education, Food & Wine, History, Soft Adventure, Special Interest Jan 01 - Jan 01

    April 7-15, 2019 April 23-May 1, 2019 April 30-May 8, 2019 Travel as they did in Holland’s 17th-century Golden Age: by private barge through the countryside. With a New York Times-selected expert to add perspective and context and a barge chartered just for Times Journeys, visit great Dutch cities with Read more >>

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  • Europe

     

    Remembering The Great War (1914-1918)

    Cultural, Education, History, Special Interest Jan 01 - Jan 01

    April 11-19, 2019 The centennial of the Great War has attracted abundant attention, and 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into the war. On this nine-day journey, join experts, travelling to many of the most important sites, from Flanders Fields to Paris, and gaining insight into Read more >>

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  • Africa

     

    Culture, History and Progress in Morocco

    Art, Cultural, Education, Food & Wine, History Jan 01 - Jan 01

    April 21-May 1, 2019 A land of legend and intrigue, Morocco lies close to Europe, yet its place on the African continent has made it a multicultural crossroads for goods, ideas and people, including refugees from sub-Saharan Africa seeking asylum. On this 11-day journey, discover the rich, artistic influences of Read more >>

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  • Europe

     

    Captivating Cote d’ Azur: Art Along the French Riviera

    Architecture, Art, Cultural, Design, Education, Food & Wine, History Jan 01 - Jan 01

    April 30-May 8, 2019 “I…wished my works to have the light joyousness of springtime.” – Henri Matisse Join us this spring on the French Riviera, or Côte D’Azur, to experience the joy and light Matisse so loved. This magnetic coastline has attracted and inspired artists and socialites alike for over Read more >>

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  • Central America

     

    A Taste of Mexico: A Culinary Exploration

    Food & Wine, History, Special Interest Jan 01 - Jan 01

    May 26-June 2, 2019 Mexican food may be a staple on U.S. grocery store shelves, but it bears little resemblance to the authentic flavors, aromas and colors found in the open markets and streets of Mexico. The country’s cuisine is as diverse as the territories and geography it inhabits. The Read more >>

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  • Europe

     

    The 75th Anniversary of D-Day

    Education, History, Special Interest, Specialty Jan 01 - Jan 01

    May 31-June 9, 2019 On the evening of June 5, 1944, thousands of young men embarked upon a perilous journey taking them from the shores of England, across the English Channel, to the fog-covered beaches of Normandy. Accompanied by Professor Jay Winter on this 10-day journey, retrace the valiant steps Read more >>

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