Happy Friday educational travelers! “…It is a wonderful place. I would rather spend a month here than any place in the world.” These were the words William Randolph Hearst wrote to his mother, Phoebe Apperson Hearst, in a 1917 letter. Hearst Castle is located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles in the small town […]

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Hi again travelers! Yesterday on the blog, I shared with you the exciting news that EA Tours was on Facebook. Today, I’d like to you know that we’re also on the extremely popular site Pinterest! This is very exciting for our student travel company as we’re able to expand and showcase our love for educational […]

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Hi educational travelers! In October, I shared with you that EA Tours was officially on YouTube. There you can find some great educational tour videos on the EA student travel experience. It’s a wonderful thing to watch if you’re interested in hearing first-hand accounts on how fun a student tour is right from our travelers! […]

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Let’s face it traveling through Europe by rail is pretty romantic, but it’s also incredibly sensible for those on an educational tour. Trains are very punctual, few or no security lines, stations that are positioned directly in the center of town, reasonable prices, and the chance to see the ever-changing landscape up close. It’s also […]

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Good day fellow travelers! London is home to some of the biggest and most well-known museums in the world that are filled to capacity with a diverse range of treasures. Students and teachers have the British Museum, Science Museum, Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Gallery, and Tower of London all […]

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Ciao travelers! I bring you another wonderful educational spotlight on Sicily from my brother. The Italian island of Sicily is an adventurous travel destination that’s steeped in history and full of natural beauty. Students and teachers wishing to see a different side of Italy need to look no further than this Mediterranean isle to put […]

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Ciao travelers! Ah Venezia…there are few places that are as charming as this Italian city. A popular destination for educational tours, Venice is home to picturesque streets that are easy to get lost in, an endless number of bridges just waiting to be crossed, gondolas and their gondolier’s singing songs of the past, couples walking […]

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Hey travelers! I’m back with another wonderful article from my brother on the French city of Normandy. I hope you enjoy! World War II was a conflict that shaped a generation. It was so globe spanning that many battles were fought on beaches, through deserts, in jungles and on the high seas. Europe was the […]

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“Until you reach the Great Wall, you’re no hero.” These are the famous words uttered by Chairman Mao. Educational tours to China are growing in popularity here at EA Tours, and we want our customers to know that they can visit the Asia of their dreams! Just over an hour’s drive from the capital city […]

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Hey travelers! In case you didn’t already know, I’m pleased to share with you that EA Tours is officially on YouTube! If you have some free time, head on over to the EA Tours channel page. Here you can tune into all the latest videos about the EA Tours student travel experience. Once there, you’ll […]

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