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Oberammergau Passion Play Tour 2020


The Oberammergau Passion Play 2020
The Best of Italy

12 days in Germany, Austria, and Italy

June 22 - July 3, 2020


Enjoy 12 days in Germany, Austria, and Italy. 
You'll explore Innsbruck,
see the Oberammergau Passion Play,
and spend time in
Venice, Florence, Assisi, and Rome.
(see daily itinerary below)

Tour Hosts:
Bud & Carol Russell  

You're invited to join Rev. Bud Russell (retired ABCOPAD pastor) as he and his wife host this outstanding trip to Germany, Austria, and Italy. In the past, Bud and Carol have led groups to biblical sites in Israel, Turkey, and Greece, as well as Germany for the Oberammergau Passion Play in 2010. Throughout this trip, you'll enjoy his leadership during daily worship and devotional opportunities at significant sites of Christian history.


$5098 / person
[ register early for a discount and save! ]

All inclusive price includes:
Round-trip International Airfare from New York City
Daily Tours and Guided Sightseeing
Deluxe Motorcoaches
First Class Hotels
Daily Buffet Breakfast and Dinner
Premium Tickets to the Oberammergau Passion Play
Taxes, Fees, Gratuities
and much more

Click HERE for Complete Details


Contact: Bud Russell ---  or   302.736.6633  
Don’t wait until 2030
to see this once-in-a-lifetime,
world-famous expression of faith and history! 


Daily Itinerary HERE 
Download Brochure HERE
Download Poster HERE

For more information
, contact:
Bud Russell


  About the Oberammergau Passion Play
~ once every decade ~ 

In a small town in the Bavarian Alps a play has been performed for almost 400 years to visitors and locals alike. This performance takes place once a decade in Oberammagau, Germany, and is performed strictly only by citizens of the small town. Actors, a choir, and an orchestra help portray the historical and accurate story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The first play was performed in 1634 after an oath was made between the townspeople and God to end the suffering and death of the plague in their town in exchange for the play being performed. It is said that the plague did not kill one more soul after the deal was struck, and the play has continued ever since.