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May 23-June 1, 2017

From $2,799 per person based on double occupancy.
Airfare from select cities included. Trip operated by Go Next.

Colorful tiled churches, marvelous architecture and cuisine, and sun-dappled vineyards await you on this voyage aboard Oceania Cruises’ exquisite Nautica. From Lisbon to London, encounter intriguing cities nestled on the coast of Portugal, northern Spain, and France. Visit the birthplace of port wine, Oporto—a charming medieval city on the Douro River. See the Roman Tower of Hercules in La Coruña, Spain, or explore the pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compostela. In Bilbao, witness incredible works of art at the Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim Museum. Soak up the charming atmosphere of Saint-Jean-de-Luz, with its shop-lined streets, art galleries, and picturesque harbor sprinkled with multicolored fishing boats; or laze on the sandy beaches of Biarritz, a former fishing village turned glitzy resort. Before concluding your adventure in London, stroll graceful boulevards edged by 18th-century architecture in Bordeaux, or sample the region’s culinary and wine delights.

For more information about this tour or to book your trip, contact the UT Alumni Association Tours & Travel Program at 865-974-2115 or

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