A Portrait of Italy – Alumni Association Travel

A Portrait of Italy – Alumni Association Travel


  • Enjoy a leisurely drive along the Amalfi Coast, stopping to take photos of the breathtaking views
  • Explore Rome, taking tours of the Colosseum, the temples of the Forum, and St. Peter’s Basilica, and have the opportunity to visit the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, or Jewish Ghetto on your own
  • Visit the Basilica of St. Francis and the Church of St. Claire while in Assisi
  • Encounter the famous sites of Florence and Venice with time to explore on your own


What keeps alumni like the Weiermillers coming back to Alumni Association travel? Dick Weiermiller explained:

“Number one, it is first class travel. While you pay more, you get what you pay for, The trips are always well planned, with great leadership…The biggest thing is we’ve always had great U-M hosts, and because the trips are predominately alumni, a great Go Blue spirit.”

This 17-day trip is exclusively for Alumni Association travelers. With stops to sites like St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, is there a better way to travel than with fellow alumni? Learn about everything you will see. 

Contact Alumni Association Travel at alumnitravel@umich.edu for more information. 

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