The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811
Tower Hall 1410
September 15 - 23, 2019, aboard the exclusively chartered, five-star small ship LE LYRIAL - Registration available soon
Cruise from picture-perfect Venice along the stunning Dalmatian coast and through the Corinth Canal to Athens. Enjoy a custom-designed, seven-night itinerary aboard the exclusively chartered, Five-Star, small ship LE LYRIAL, featuring balconies in most of its ocean-view Suites and Staterooms. Visit five countries and six UNESCO World Heritage sites, exploring the influence of the Roman, Greek, Byzantine, Venetian and Slavic civilizations on this comprehensive program including ports inaccessible to larger vessels, such as Hvar, Korčula and the Bay of Kotor. In Croatia, tour Split's Roman Diocletian's Palace and Dubrovnik's beautifully restored, 15th-century walled city; Kotor's medieval fortifications and architecture in Montenegro; the remarkable archaeological site of Butrint, Albania; and, in Greece, Corfu's Old Town, rooted in the eighth century B.C., and the sacred ancient Greek site of Delphi. To further enhance your cruise, enjoy an exclusive COASTAL LIFE® FORUM with local residents and a folk music performance. Venice Pre-Cruise Option and Athens Post-Cruise Options are offered.
February 3 - 11, 2018, aboard the exclusively chartered, all-suite small ship, five-star STAR BREEZE
Join us for this voyage of a lifetime featuring a narrated passage through the historic Panama Canal and to the unspoiled rainforests of Panama and Costa Rica during the best time of year. On this comprehensive itinerary, explore the heart of Panama City's UNESCO World Heritage-designated Casco Antiguo - the city's old town - and tour acclaimed architect Frank Gehry's only design in Latin America, Panam City's Biodiversity Museum. Visit Panama's ancient San Blas Islands, where the Guna Indians live much as they did centuries ago. Experience one of our planet's most pristine ecosystems in the rainforests, islands and archipelagos of Panama and Costa Rica.
An extraordinary travel opportunity and an excellent value!
From a Past Traveler:
"This was my fourth alumni sponsored trip and they all have been wonderful. Cuba was an exceptionally intriguing opportunity because of the long history of the revolution...the visits to a Cuban community center, Down’s Syndrome project, an organic farm with lunch and rides in 1950’s automobiles were experiences one should never miss in a lifetime."
– Susan Koering ’73
From a Past Traveler:
"Do you want a relaxing, stress-free, safe, fun, educational and exciting international travel opportunity? Then join the CSS alumni travel tours! Although I've lived in and travel to many countries, often by myself, and speak a few languages, I thoroughly enjoyed the last two trips with the CSS alumni group (Italy/France and Ireland). You have the opportunity to stay with the group for tours and/or take time off on your own. The CSS travel group are interesting people, they look out for everyone and are a lot of FUN! So give it a try and you won't regret it! (Yes, I kissed the Blarney stone in Ireland!)"
– Penny Hatcher ‘70
From a Past Traveler:
"Although I am not a St. Scholastica Alumnus, ten years ago my husband and I were invited to tag along with my sister and brother-in-law on a trip to Rome with St. Scholastica's Alumni Travel Program...and we have been "tagging along" ever since. The 2010 trip to Ireland in September was more than I could have hoped for in so many ways. If we had done this trip on our own we would have missed seeing so many lovely, quaint places, and moreover we wouldn't have known enough to know what we were missing...and that, in short, could have been the real culture and beauty of the country. However, our terrific guide, Michael Nolen, with his wonderful Irish wit and historical knowledge gave us an authentic taste of that culture and beauty. All in all it was an amazing experience thanks in no small part to the attention to detail afforded us by the St. Scholastica Alumni Travel Program staff. Thank you, all."
– Judy (and Greg) Bonovetz
October 2 to 9, 2017
March 1 to 9, 2015
St. Scholastica alumni recently traveled to Cuba where they were able to meet with friendly, welcoming and inquisitive people, who were quick to laugh and shared their history and culture. See photos from the recent Alumni Travel Program to Cuba.
Saints alumni traveled to Dordogne, France.
Saints alumni have returned from a European river cruise. Learn more on the Symphony on the Blue Danube: A Classical Music Cruise, featuring: Prague, Kraków, Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna.
Read about the 2010 alumni trip to Ireland in the Ireland Travel Blog