Miami men’s basketball will travel overseas this offseason, and play 3 games in Europe as part of an 11-day trip.

The Hurricanes will visit four cities in France across a 10-night, 11-day trip. The team will depart Aug. 1 to begin its trip. The team will play 3 games on the trip, 2 in Paris to begin the trip and 1 in Nice to finish it.

“We are incredibly excited to take our team to France this summer. This will be a wonderful experience for our players,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said in a statement. “Each time we have gone on a foreign tour, our players have not only had an excellent time, but also learned a great deal about other cultures.”

Miami will land Aug. 2 in Paris and be there for 3 days. The Hurricanes will then travel to Deauville and Normandy, where they will spend 2 days.

The NCAA allows foreign tours once every 4 years. The Hurricanes previously went to Italy in 2019 and Spain in 2014.