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    Islamic Tour in Spain -APRIL 2002

    2002 SPRING PROGRAM TO SPAIN

    Future tours planned in October 2002 and beyond!


    A unique Muslim travel study program, brought to you by IslamiCity Education Tours! Click Here for a Video Overview

    Open to all adults 18 and above.

    By popular demand and due to the overwhelming positive response to the first program (Summer 2001), IslamiCity is organizing its second in a series of tours to southern Spain. Join the adventure!

    April 20-28, 2002

    Looking for something exciting and educational to do? Want to make new friends and meet fellow Muslims from other parts of the world? Seeking to broaden your horizons and your knowledge of Islamic civilization?

    Look no further than IslamiCity’s study abroad program. You can be part of a select group of 15-25 Muslim travelers who will visit southern Spain and learn about al-Andalus (Muslim Spain) and the incredible society created by Muslims during their presence in Iberia for over eight hundred years.

    $1495.00 per person (plus airfare, see below)

    Program Cost Includes:
    Accommodations in 3-4 star hotels (double occupancy) for 8 days/7 nights

    Continental Breakfast at hotel + 1 group meal per day (usually lunch)

    Transportation by bus between cities in Spain

    Entrance fees to sites and monuments

    Course fees & instructional materials

    Certificate of program completion

    Additional Cost:
    Round trip airfare from US to Madrid
    Option 1: make your own arrangements to and from Madrid
    Option 2: let IslamiCity arrange your travel itinerary at competitive rates
    Contact [email protected] or call 310-642-0006 x202 for more information
    Personal souvenirs/gifts


    Additional meals/snacks

    Taxi/subway expenses and other fees for non-group excursions







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