During a one-week stay in sunny Sorrento, experience Italy’s southern Campania region, renowned for the Amalfi Coast, World Heritage archaeological sites, sophisticated resorts, and distinctive cuisine.

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 The delightful town of Sorrento  Village of Positano, along the Amalfi Coast  Town situated along Italy's renowned Amalfi Coast  The Amalfi cathedral  Mediterranean garden along the Amalfi Coast  Remarkable Pompeii, with Mount Vesuvius in the background  Mural in Pompeii  Wall painting found in Pompeii  "Beware of Dog" floor mosaic at a house in Pompeii  Artifacts on display in Pompeii  Shop with counter and display area along a street in Pompeii  Modern town of Herculaneum overlooking the archaeological site  Room in Herculaneum with fresco decoration  Room decorated with frescoes in Herculaneum  One of the famous Greek temples at Paestum in southern Italy  Yachts in a harbor on Capri  Port on the island of Capri  City of Naples with Mt. Vesuvius on the horizon  Lemons and the traditional limoncello aperitif

Sorrento

A One-Week Stay in Italy

9 days from $4,040

During a one-week stay in sunny Sorrento, experience Italy’s southern Campania region, renowned for the Amalfi Coast, World Heritage archaeological sites, sophisticated resorts, and distinctive cuisine.

or Call 855-330-1542

Experts

May 13 - 21, 2020 Departure
Sheri Shaneyfelt

Sheri Shaneyfelt

Sheri Shaneyfelt is an art historian of the Italian Renaissance and Principal Senior Lecturer in Renaissance art at Vanderbilt University, where she is also Director of Undergraduate Studies for the History of Art department. An award-winning lecturer, she also teaches courses in Northern European Renaissance and Baroque art at Vanderbilt. She earned her Ph.D. at Indiana University-Bloomington, with an M.A. from Vanderbilt, both in the History of Art, and an undergraduate B.S. in Biology from Centre College. Dr. Shaneyfelt specializes in Central Italian art, particularly that of Umbria and Tuscany. She lived and worked in Italy for long periods of time teaching for study-abroad programs in Perugia and Florence. Her research has been published in top art-historical journals, including The Art Bulletin, The Burlington Magazine, and Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte. Dr. Shaneyfelt's research and publication emphasis will continue her focus on Renaissance Umbria and painting and workshop practices in the later fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, primarily centering on Pietro Perugino and the early Raphael. She has extensive experience leading groups and teaching on site, and emphasizes the role of art and architecture in context.

Sep 16 - 24, 2020 Departure
Gillian Hovell

Gillian Hovell

Gillian Hovell is an ancient historian and an archaeologist. She previously worked at BBC Television and is an award-winning freelance writer, author, and public speaker, specializing in archaeology, ancient history, and prehistory.  Gillian is actively involved in digs at major sites, including Orkney's famous Ness of Brodgar Neolithic site, and she also lectures across the United Kingdom regularly. Gillian holds a degree in Latin and Ancient History from Exeter University in England. Gillian looks forward to sharing  how archaeological finds and sites are full of human life and passion, and that history and archaeology are not just about the past, they’re everywhere, and they add color, depth and meaning to our lives today.  Gillian is a lecturer at the British Museum in a London and  York University.  

Oct 7 - 15, 2020 Departure
Pedar Foss

Pedar Foss

Pedar W. Foss is Professor of Classical Studies at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, where he has worked since 1999. As Dean of Academic Life from 2009-13, his duties included oversight of student advising, academic support, off-campus and service learning, and career services. As a teacher, he conducts courses in Latin, ancient history and literature, and art and archaeology. He received his B.A. in Chemistry and Classics from Gustavus Adolphus College, and his Ph.D. in Classical Art and Archaeology from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; he subsequently taught at the University of Cincinnati and at Stanford. Dr. Foss has edited for the Journal of Roman Archaeology, was co-editor of the book reviews for the American Journal of Archaeology, and co-edited the volume The World of Pompeii (Routledge 2007). His research centers on the relationships between ancient peoples and their landscapes. He has lived, led tours, and studied throughout the Mediterranean, working at such sites as Kavousi and Corinth (Greece), Carthage (Tunisia), Troy, Hacımusalar, and Çaltılar (Turkey), Pompeii, Rieti, and Castiglione del Lago (Italy). He maintains a professional blog at: http://quemdixerechaos.com.