Hey travelers! For this week’s installment of Photo Friday, I wanted to show ya’ll the beauty that is Piazza Navona in Rome, Italy. Always a popular spot for student groups and educators, Piazza Navona is the perfect place for an evening stroll and a bite to eat. This renowned city square sits atop the site […]

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Hey travelers! For those who live in the United States, I hope everyone had a wonderful and safe Fourth of July! For today’s post, I’m bringing you another fabulous destination spotlight from Matthew. I hope you enjoy! Salzburg is a city which embodies the best of what Austria has to offer. Steeped in history and […]

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Ciao travelers! Welcome to another edition of Photo Friday. Educational student tours to Italy are perhaps EA Tours’ most popular travel destination. What with the rich history, stunning vistas, museums for days, delicious food, and beautiful people it’s no wonder that Italy is always a happening place for student tours. Situated at the top of […]

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Happy Friday travelers! As you may already know the world’s greatest sporting event is underway in Brazil. The 2014 FIFA World Cup just began yesterday, and the matches have all been nothing short of some pretty amazing fútbol. World Cup fever is spreading rapidly across the globe, and students and teachers may encounter it on […]

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Hey travelers! Today, I bring you another wonderful destination spotlight by my brother Matthew. Enjoy! Prague is a magical city full of history, charm, and more than it’s fair share of surprises. Students and teachers looking for a prime destination for an educational tour should strongly consider this European location. It’s classic yet not instantly obvious. […]

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On this day, 70 years ago, the Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France turning the tide for WWII and forever altering the course of human history. Last year, I had the privilege of visiting Normandy on June 6 during one of our educational student tours to France. Ever since learning of WWII when […]

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A couple months back, First Lady Michelle Obama sat down to answer a few travel-related questions for a CNN iReport while in Beijing, China. She chatted about the importance of travel, especially student travel, and how it can open one up to new experiences leaving the person with invaluable life-long lessons. She received her first […]

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Hey travelers! In case you missed the first part of this post that I uploaded yesterday you can check it out here. I mentioned that today I’d be sharing a few more tips for what to do the day of your educational student tour. Shall we begin? Stock up on magazines, a good book you’ve […]

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Happy hump day travelers! The week always seems to go by faster when you have a day off like this past Monday. For today’s post, I’d like to share some more travel tips for all you educational travelers because let’s face it overseas travel can be both exhilarating but also draining. These tips regard things […]

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Happy Friday travelers! Considered one of the greatest military strategists, Napoleon I rose to prominence during the latter years of the French Revolution. For this week’s photo I wanted to share with you his grandiose tomb that lies under the golden dome at Les Invalides. Having taken a class on Napoleon at university, I was beyond […]

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