German market focus of UT Martin travel study
Posted: Friday, May 20, 2011 8:01 pm
The Christmas fairs and markets of Germany are unique.
Anyone who would like to experience a traditional and romantic Christmas market will want to consider joining a University of Tennessee at Martin travel-study trip to Germany, Dec. 11-22.
The ambience of a typical German Christmas Market is enhanced by the aromas of hot chestnuts, grilled sausages and other treats. With so many Christmas markets throughout Germany, the most difficult choice is which one to select.
For the Christmas Market tour, the group will visit Frankfurt, Cologne, Würzburg, Stuttgart, Heidelberg, Munich, Augsburg, Ulm, Nürnberg, Regensburg, Germany and Salzburg, Austria.
The estimated travel cost will be $2,950 per person, double occupancy, including: round-trip transportation from Martin to the Nashville airport, round-trip airfare from Nashville to Frankfurt and return from Munich to Nashville, transfers (bus or train) between the airports and hotels, four-star hotel accommodations based on double occupancy – five nights in Frankfurt and five nights in Munich, daily buffet breakfast, 10-day, first-class rail pass for Germany, hotel service charges and taxes.
For complete information and university credit options contact: Dr. Phil Young, professor of finance, at 731-881-7228 / firstname.lastname@example.org, or Stan Sieber, professor of history, 731-881-7467 / email@example.com.