Great European Journey

From Holland to Switzerland


Take a grand tour of Europe on this popular journey, featuring rides on legendary trains in Alpine settings and a five-night cruise along the Rhine River, as well as visits to Cologne's magnificent Gothic cathedral and Heidelberg's 13th-century castle.

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 The delightful Alsatian city of Strasbourg, France  Typical canal in Amsterdam  Bikes along the canal, Amsterdam  City of Cologne, showcasing the High Gothic cathedral   The Rhine River Valley  The German university town of Heidelberg, along the Neckar River  The picturesque town of Strasbourg, which reflects both French and German cultures  Strasbourg, along the Rhine River  A view of historic Berne, Switzerland   The charming Swiss town of Lucerne with its famous bridge  Matterhorn peak in the Swiss Alps  The famous Gornergrat Bahn, the highest cog railway in Europe, with the profile of the Matterhorn
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John Sweets

John Sweets

Jun 24 - Jul 4, 2016

John Sweets is Professor Emeritus of History, specializing in the Vichy France era, the French Resistance, and occupied France. He has taught 19th and 20th century European history at the University of Kansas, University College, Dublin (Ireland), The School of International Studies (Fort Bragg, NC), and at the Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon (France). John has received two NEH Fellowships for his research and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He has authored many works on France, including The Politics of Resistance in France (1976) and Choices in Vichy France (1986), and has edited four volumes of The Proceedings of the Western Society for French History (1982-85). His other current research interests include a case study of the Lacemakers of Le Puy in the 19th century and an investigation of France and the Holocaust.