Conservative Tours

Upcoming Tours

September 2, 2015 - September 12, 2015
Sunrise over the Seine near Eiffel Tower
The guns have gone silent on the bluffs overlooking the sea; but they’re still there for all to see. Mulberry Harbor stuns the first time visitor as we climb the hill to reach the plateau above the village of Arromanches. Private John Steele is still snagged up on the church steeple in Sainte Mere Eglise. Pointe du Hoc remains just as the Rangers left it and Omaha’s pain and sacrifice are made real to succeeding generations by our men interred on the bluff overlooking the sacred stretch of sand known as Omaha. We’ll cover the City of Light as only we do: intimately, leisurely, thoroughly. It’s off to retrace the events of December and January, 1944-1945; the Battle of the Bulge, with our Bulge historian, Michel Baert.
September 5, 2015 - September 16, 2015
Il Duomo di Firenze (Florence)
It goes without saying that every tour event in one’s life needs a component that’s both iconic and unforgettable. Europe has several destinations that fit the bill, and your Grand Event will start with a true non-pareil, Rome. In addition to the Eternal City, you’ll discover Florence, Cinque Terre and Venice. From the Coliseum to the Grand Canal….and a whole lot in between!
September 12, 2015 - September 22, 2015
Sunrise over the Seine near Eiffel Tower
The guns have gone silent on the bluffs overlooking the sea; but they’re still there for all to see. Mulberry Harbor stuns the first time visitor as we climb the hill to reach the plateau above the village of Arromanches. Private John Steele is still snagged up on the church steeple in Sainte Mere Eglise. Pointe du Hoc remains just as the Rangers left it and Omaha’s pain and sacrifice are made real to succeeding generations by our men interred on the bluff overlooking the sacred stretch of sand known as Omaha. We’ll cover the City of Light as only we do: intimately, leisurely, thoroughly. It’s off to retrace the events of December and January, 1944-1945; the Battle of the Bulge, with our Bulge historian, Michel Baert.
September 15, 2015 - September 26, 2015
Il Duomo di Firenze (Florence)
It goes without saying that every tour event in one’s life needs a component that’s both iconic and unforgettable. Europe has several destinations that fit the bill, and your Grand Event will start with a true non-pareil, Rome. In addition to the Eternal City, you’ll discover Florence, Cinque Terre and Venice. From the Coliseum to the Grand Canal….and a whole lot in between!
September 21, 2015 - October 2, 2015
View of Bruge canal - a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The European Capital Affair ----your special opportunity to explore several of the World's Great Cities in comfort, leisure, and a style that you've come to expect from Conservative Tours. First we'll fly non-stop directly into the heart of the City of Light to experience the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of fabulous Paris. Next we hop aboard the world famous "Bordeaux" Bullet Train that will deliver us in comfort and style into the center of Europe that is Brussels, Belgium. And since we're in the area we cannot miss out on a visit to nearby West Flanders' delightful medieval city, Bruges - a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is aptly nicknamed the "Venice of the North". By now we're used to traveling in style and so it's back aboard another fabulous Bullet Train that whisks us into amazing London. While we cannot promise that the Queen will be receiving us for afternoon tea, you're nevertheless sure to fully enjoy this specially arranged and delightful excursion. Designed especially for you, this is... The European Capital Affair!
September 28, 2015 - October 12, 2015
Temple of Heaven
To Western eyes there are few destinations that lend themselves to mystery the way The Middle Kingdom can and does. After all, while President Nixon may have "opened" China 40 years ago relatively few of us have ventured there or mastered its language. Our adventure in China will both demystify and enchant.
October 1, 2015 - October 14, 2015
Sicily
In one compact island known as Sicily is packed more history of great civilizations than you'd find on many continents. Toss in the natural scenery, the sunshine, the natives and the cuisine and you see why Sicily has to be experienced by one and all. Not to be outdone, the hidden jewel of Sardinia will next share with us its rich culture and island climate during the second half of our memorable Mediterranean journey.
October 1, 2015 - October 11, 2015
Sunrise over the Seine near Eiffel Tower
The guns have gone silent on the bluffs overlooking the sea; but they’re still there for all to see. Mulberry Harbor stuns the first time visitor as we climb the hill to reach the plateau above the village of Arromanches. Private John Steele is still snagged up on the church steeple in Sainte Mere Eglise. Pointe du Hoc remains just as the Rangers left it and Omaha’s pain and sacrifice are made real to succeeding generations by our men interred on the bluff overlooking the sacred stretch of sand known as Omaha. We’ll cover the City of Light as only we do: intimately, leisurely, thoroughly. It’s off to retrace the events of December and January, 1944-1945; the Battle of the Bulge, with our Bulge historian, Michel Baert.
October 9, 2015 - October 20, 2015
Bay of Naples
In one compact island known as Sicily is packed more history of great civilizations than you'd find on many continents. Toss in the natural scenery, the sunshine, the natives and the cuisine and you see why Sicily has to be experienced by one and all. The Amalfi Coast-----all those lemon trees swaying in the cool Mediterranean breeze! Ravello, Positano. Then we’ll scoot on over in 20 minutes to Capri. You’ll understand why this remains a favorite hideaway for the rich and famous.
October 10, 2015 - October 21, 2015
Il Duomo di Firenze (Florence)
It goes without saying that every tour event in one’s life needs a component that’s both iconic and unforgettable. Europe has several destinations that fit the bill, and your Grand Event will start with a true non-pareil, Rome. In addition to the Eternal City, you’ll discover Florence, Cinque Terre and Venice. From the Coliseum to the Grand Canal….and a whole lot in between!

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