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2019 Departures

 

2019 Capstone Holy Land Tour  Journey For Your Boots Logo Mark

June 22-July 3, 2019

Join Capstone Church, Pastor Parkey, and Rhonda Cobern on a tour of the Holy Land that will make the bible come alive!

 

2020 Departures

 

Classic Danube River Cruise with Oberammergau Passion Play imtravel Logo Mark Journey For Your Boots Logo Mark

May 18-28, 2020

Preparations are already underway for the next Passion Play in the tiny Bavarian hamlet of Oberammergau. The shows in 2020 may seem distant but the excitement is already building for the next production. Demand for tickets is high and space on tours will be limited.

Over the decades, Collette has brought thousands of guests to Germany to enjoy this once-in-a-decade event. Building on years of experience, our team is hard at work developing new tours that showcase must-see European destinations and the epic Passion Play that depicts the life and death of Jesus.

It began all the way back in 1633

Oberammergau was suffering from the Bubonic Plague. The surviving villagers appealed for Divine intervention to save their families. They vowed that if God were to spare them, they would perform a Passion Play every ten years. They say not a single person fell victim to the Plague after that. Keeping their promise, the people of Oberammergau performed the first play in 1634 and have continued to do so throughout the centuries.

Today, many of Oberammergau's residents still take part in this powerful work of art featuring dramatic performances, beautiful music and choral accompaniment.

The residents of Oberammergau will again perform The Passion Play in 2020. Collette will be there, sharing in the magnificence of this performance with a variety of itineraries that showcase the charm and beauty of central Europe. Will you be there?

Passion Play Theater

The first performance of the play took place in 1634 on a simple wooden stage in the village cemetery, above the graves of recent victims of the Plague. In the early 19th century the performance was moved to the theater's current location, due to the growth in the number of visitors coming to see the play from around the world. The play now takes place in Oberammergau's large, open air, purpose built theater with covered seating so performances can take place whatever the weather.

The auditorium seats around 4,500 people, with the comfortable seats set on an incline, providing everyone with a good view.

Trip Specifics

Cruise past breathtaking scenery pausing along the way in quaint villages and lively cities on a timeless trip down the Danube River. Your lovely state-of-the-art craft offers a special treat – unlimited wine at every dinner. Drift along the river through the Wachau Valley dotted with castles and small riverside towns on a 6-night cruise. Discover Vienna’s historic sites as you are immersed in the city’s atmosphere of opulence and elegance. Behold Munich’s many charms including its world-famous Glockenspiel. Discover regal Budapest, the “Queen of the Danube,” as well as Slovakia’s remarkable capital, Bratislava. In the charming Bavarian village of Oberammergau, you’ll witness a spectacular performance of the Oberammergau Passion Play, whose origins date back to 1634. Watch as the entire village comes together to present you with their rendition of this Biblical story.

CLICK to learn more or call: 800-273-0793.

 

Imperial Cities with Oberammergau Passion Play imtravel Logo Mark Journey For Your Boots Logo Mark

July 15-25, 2020

Preparations are already underway for the next Passion Play in the tiny Bavarian hamlet of Oberammergau. The shows in 2020 may seem distant but the excitement is already building for the next production. Demand for tickets is high and space on tours will be limited.

Over the decades, Collette has brought thousands of guests to Germany to enjoy this once-in-a-decade event. Building on years of experience, our team is hard at work developing new tours that showcase must-see European destinations and the epic Passion Play that depicts the life and death of Jesus.

It began all the way back in 1633

Oberammergau was suffering from the Bubonic Plague. The surviving villagers appealed for Divine intervention to save their families. They vowed that if God were to spare them, they would perform a Passion Play every ten years. They say not a single person fell victim to the Plague after that. Keeping their promise, the people of Oberammergau performed the first play in 1634 and have continued to do so throughout the centuries.

Today, many of Oberammergau's residents still take part in this powerful work of art featuring dramatic performances, beautiful music and choral accompaniment.

The residents of Oberammergau will again perform The Passion Play in 2020. Collette will be there, sharing in the magnificence of this performance with a variety of itineraries that showcase the charm and beauty of central Europe. Will you be there?

Passion Play Theater

The first performance of the play took place in 1634 on a simple wooden stage in the village cemetery, above the graves of recent victims of the Plague. In the early 19th century the performance was moved to the theater's current location, due to the growth in the number of visitors coming to see the play from around the world. The play now takes place in Oberammergau's large, open air, purpose built theater with covered seating so performances can take place whatever the weather.

The auditorium seats around 4,500 people, with the comfortable seats set on an incline, providing everyone with a good view.

Trip Specifics

Great sightseeing, traditional entertainment and fabulous cultural elements define an amazing tour of the Imperial cities of Central Europe. A city tour of Budapest features the Matthias Church, where many kings have had their coronations. Travel back in time with a visit to a 14th-century castle, where knights with colorful costumes and authentic weaponry recreate the days of chivalry. In the grand city of Vienna, the baroque marvels of Schoenbrunn Palace, the summer retreat of the Habsburg dynasty, are revealed. See Prague’s Hradcany Castle and its famous Golden Lane. Your tour concludes with a memorable and moving performance of the Oberammergau Passion Play; the origins of this historic event date back to 1634.

CLICK to learn more or call: 800-273-0793.

 

Alpine Explorer & the Glacier Express Train with Obermmergau Passion Play imtravel Logo Mark Journey For Your Boots Logo Mark

September 22 - October 3, 2020

Preparations are already underway for the next Passion Play in the tiny Bavarian hamlet of Oberammergau. The shows in 2020 may seem distant but the excitement is already building for the next production. Demand for tickets is high and space on tours will be limited.

Over the decades, Collette has brought thousands of guests to Germany to enjoy this once-in-a-decade event. Building on years of experience, our team is hard at work developing new tours that showcase must-see European destinations and the epic Passion Play that depicts the life and death of Jesus.

It began all the way back in 1633

Oberammergau was suffering from the Bubonic Plague. The surviving villagers appealed for Divine intervention to save their families. They vowed that if God were to spare them, they would perform a Passion Play every ten years. They say not a single person fell victim to the Plague after that. Keeping their promise, the people of Oberammergau performed the first play in 1634 and have continued to do so throughout the centuries.

Today, many of Oberammergau's residents still take part in this powerful work of art featuring dramatic performances, beautiful music and choral accompaniment.

The residents of Oberammergau will again perform The Passion Play in 2020. Collette will be there, sharing in the magnificence of this performance with a variety of itineraries that showcase the charm and beauty of central Europe. Will you be there?

Passion Play Theater

The first performance of the play took place in 1634 on a simple wooden stage in the village cemetery, above the graves of recent victims of the Plague. In the early 19th century the performance was moved to the theater's current location, due to the growth in the number of visitors coming to see the play from around the world. The play now takes place in Oberammergau's large, open air, purpose built theater with covered seating so performances can take place whatever the weather.

The auditorium seats around 4,500 people, with the comfortable seats set on an incline, providing everyone with a good view.

Trip Specifics

Behold spectacular Alpine vistas and enjoy a performance of the famed Oberammergau Passion Play on this journey through Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and Germany. In Zermatt, climb aboard the Glacier Express for an unforgettable train ride through the Alpine scenery of majestic mountains, verdant valleys, picturesque canyons, glistening glaciers and snowcapped peaks. The birthplace of Mozart and Mirabell Gardens are featured during your leisurely tour of Salzburg, Austria, before treating your taste buds to a scrumptious dinner and Mozart concert at the centuries-old St. Peter’s Restaurant. In Germany’s Bavarian capital of Munich, see the Marienplatz, the Glockenspiel and the Olympic Park. Your final destination Oberammergau, a quaint village nestled in the Bavarian Alps, is where you’ll witness a performance of the world-renowned Passion Play, whose origins date back to 1634. Watch as the entire village comes together to fulfill their vow to perform a play every ten years in honor of Christ’s life if they were spared from the Black Plague.

CLICK to learn more or call: 800-273-0793.


Excellent Recommendations — S.H.

The trip was terrific! As you predicted, the Barceló Maya was an excellent all-inclusive. We enjoyed the ala carte restaurants as well as the buffet—excellent food in both. And the beach was probably the best we have ever visited. We took two excursions—one to Coba (where we were also able to swim in an underground cenote) and on your recommendation one to Tulum (where we were able to swim in an above ground cenote). Kudos also to Lomas Travel. They were particularly a huge help at the airport both on arrival and departure. And to top it all off, the weather was perfect.

Thanks for all your help in making this a successful and enjoyable trip. We look forward to working with you again on our next vacation.
 

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