Travel with Bryn Mawr takes you to destinations around the world.

Reconnect with Bryn Mawr through like-minded alumnae and guest faculty members who accompany travelers on many of our trips.

Relax, learn, and enjoy as travel experts handle all the in-country details and local guides arrange behind-the-scenes tours.

2017

An exclusive Bryn Mawr departure
Jul 08, 2017 - Jul 16, 2017
Sold Out: Yes
Join fellow alumnae/i, family and friends as we explore the great Northwest, where majestic American and Canadian Rockies meet and share a distinguished history, breathtaking scenery, and one of the largest ecosystems in North America.
Aug 25, 2017 - Sep 02, 2017
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On this mesmerizing journey, cruise ancient trade routes along the scenic shores of Germany and France, dotted with wonderful small villages and fascinating historic towns like Strasbourg, Heidelberg, Cologne, and Amsterdam Join us as we sail south along the Rhine to some of Europe’s most romantic...
with Catherine Lafarge, Professor Emerita of French
An exclusive Bryn Mawr departure
Oct 02, 2017 - Oct 14, 2017
Sold Out: Yes
We invite you to come with us to "le Midi,"  the south of France from the Pyrenees and Languedoc to beloved Provence.....colorful landscapes, celebrated art, medieval villages, small country towns, food and wine to remember await us.  Arrive in Toulouse and travel to the town of Albi, hometown of...
with Kristin Kelly '74, Ph.D. Art History and Archaeology
An exclusive Bryn Mawr departure
Oct 28, 2017 - Nov 12, 2017
Sold Out: Yes
Our trip is co-sponsored with Smith and Vassar Colleges.  In addition to Bryn Mawr's study leader, enjoy the company of 3 additional study leaders: Nalini Bhushan, Professor of Philosophy at SMith College; Glen Johnson, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Relations at Vassar...
Oct 30, 2017 - Nov 03, 2017
Sold Out: No
This custom-designed tour of Charleston is available only to Bryn Mawr Alumnae, family and friends,and features a dynamic, insightful look at the historic architecture, gardens, and culture that define Charleston. By visiting a variety of well-preserved homes and plantations, historic neighborhoods...
with Rosi Song, Associate Professor of Spanish
An exclusive Bryn Mawr departure
Nov 11, 2017 - Nov 16, 2017
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We invite you to join us on a short get-a-way to Barcelona as we take in stunning seascapes and cosmopolitan flair in the Catalan capital.A sparkling city on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is unrivaled for architectural diversity and cultural vibrancy. From the twisting corridors of the Gothic...

2018

with Darlyne Bailey, Dean Emeritus and Professor at the Graduate School of Social
Jan 07, 2018 - Jan 16, 2018
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Enjoy authentic experiences as you uncover Cuban culture during presentations by local experts coupled with visits to historic sites, museums, schools and community projects. ◆ Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Cuba in this historical moment when the United States and Cuba are reshaping...
Jan 11, 2018 - Jan 25, 2018
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Join us as we retrace the sea lanes traveled by storied explorers Ernest Shackleton, Roald Amundesen and Robert Falcon Scott as they sought out the final frontier of "The White Continent" on this spectacular 14-day journey featuring a nine-night exclusively chartered cruise to Antarctica, Earth’s...
with Pedro Marenco, Assistant Professor of Geology
Mar 09, 2018 - Mar 13, 2018
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Join fellow Bryn Mawr Travel passengers for a long weekend escape to exotic Iceland. From steamy hot springs to top-notch spas, magnificent malls to art museums, this unique land is the perfect place to relax, recharge, and explore. Reykjavik has a population of 170,000 and offers a unique mix of...
with Inés Arribas, Senior Lecturer in Spanish and Language Program Coordinator
An exclusive Bryn Mawr departure
May 11, 2018 - May 20, 2018
Sold Out: No
We invite you to join us on a journey through Portugal, a tiny country, squeezed between Spain and the sea, that has had a long and proud history of fierce independence. Traditional agricultural and fishing communities continue unchanged beside bustling and cosmopolitan cities. Mountainous...

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