May 11, 2021 — May 19, 2021
Classical Cities of Spain featuring Segovia, Toledo and Salamanca
With Ljubomir (L.J.) Stambuk
About this Trip
Join World Affairs Council of Charlotte President and CEO LJ Stambuk as you set off on an adventure in Spain’s enchantingly beautiful Castile and León region, where majestic medieval castles and fortresses dot the vast, open landscapes! Stay for seven nights in Segovia’s old town at a 17th-century convent-turned-deluxe hotel overlooking the plains.
Discover Segovia’s stunning treasures, including one of the finest surviving Roman aqueducts and the fairy-tale Alcázar, the fortified palace of Castilian kings. Then venture off to fabled cities including Ávila, enclosed by an impressive medieval wall, and Toledo, the magnificent former capital with wonderfully preserved elements of its Christian, Muslim and Jewish heritage. In Salamanca, the “Golden City,” delight in honey-colored, sandstone architecture and the lively scene at Spain’s oldest university. Wander in the landscaped gardens of the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso and view acclaimed art in Madrid’s Prado Museum. This fabulous, small-group experience includes ample meals, wine with dinner, plus a special lunch and wine tasting in the Duero Valley.
$3,740 per person plus airfare – a savings of $500 if you book by August 31! No single supplement.
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Your Council Leader
Ljubomir (L.J.) Stambuk joined the World Affairs Council of Charlotte as President and CEO in 2006. Stambuk has 25+ years of senior leadership and management experience in operations man¬agement, business development, marketing and human resources and strategic planning in various multinational corporations around the world including Applied Semiconductor Inc. (Chief Operating Officer), Ahold USA (Senior Vice-President, Corporate) and Centrocoop (Executive Vice President & Division President). His early career led him to the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO), World Food Council (WFC) International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and the UN Development Program (UNDP) which included extensive travel around the world. Stambuk is well-traveled with extensive experience and knowledge in leading travel programs. Born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, he spent his childhood in Burma and Holland with his diplomat family. Stambuk has been to over 72 countries. He received his undergraduate degree in International Economics and Business from the University of Belgrade, where he graduated in the top one percent of his class. In addition, he has a Master’s degree in Business and Organizational Development from Cornell University.
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