Imperial cities travel study slated for spring semester
The Messenger 12.14.07
University of Tennessee at Martin students and the public will have the opportunity to travel this spring to see the imperial cities of the great dynastic families of Europe, the Habsburgs, who ruled the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1279-1918.
The trip is planned from May 11-25.
Participants will travel to the imperial cities of Budapest, Prague and Vienna to see the grandeur of their reign.
The estimated travel cost is $3,550 per person. This includes airfare from Memphis to Budapest and from Vienna back to Memphis, double occupancy hotels with a daily breakfast buffet, a first-class rail pass from Budapest to Prague and Prague to Vienna, admissions to all scheduled activities as well as transfers between the airports and hotels.
For complete information, contact either Dr. Phil Young, UT Martin professor of finance, at (731) 881-7228 or email@example.com; or Stan Sieber, professor of history, at (731) 881-7470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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