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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Hey travelers! On your next educational tour to France plan a stop at Saint Denis Basilica Cathedral. This grand cathedral is near Paris, and is the royal necropolis to the Kings of France. It is also the first monumental masterpiece of Gothic art. It’s hard to believe that it’s widely glossed over by guidebooks, but […]

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Happy Friday readers! Seeing as the weekend will soon be upon us, I thought I’d share with you a famous Italian liqueur that is popular in Southern Italy. Limoncello…Love at first sip! This wonderful lemon liqueur is produced in the regions around the Gulf of Naples. This includes Sorrento, Positano, the Isle of Capri, and […]

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Buongiorno! After a full morning of seeing the sites in Firenze on your educational tour, there’s no doubt that you’ve worked up an appetite! There are times on your educational student tour where lunch is not included, and that’s simply because we want you to spread your wings and venture out and go where the […]

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Ah Piazza di Spagna…always a hit on any EA educational tour. The Piazza di Spagna is one of the most popular meeting spots in all of Rome. With a lovely church at the top, an obelisk, and that famous set of stairs it makes for some great photographs! The visually pleasing area is located in […]

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Happy Friday! My family and I arrived into Rome a few days before the group so we could have a little vacation time and recover from jet lag. We stayed in the neighborhood of Palazzo Barberini which is just a short walk from the Fontana di Trevi. We searched out new museums to visit and […]

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Can you believe today is the last day of January?! I hope you’ve begun planning your next educational tour with EA Tours. If not, perhaps this wonderful photo of the Colosseum in Rome, Italy will inspire you. On an EA educational tour, the Colosseum is but one of the many Italian sites and treasures awaiting […]

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The end of the week is finally here signaling another educational travel photo! Situated on the banks of the River Seine and in the heart of Paris, lies the Conciergerie. Having served as both a royal palace and a prison, the Conciergerie is the oldest remaining part of the Palais de la Cité. The Conciergerie […]

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It seems that when you venture outside the city to the grand estate of Versailles all of Paris has the same idea. While it’s only a short train ride from the French capital, this elaborate estate is a whole other world and always a hit with students and teachers on their educational tours. For first-timers, […]

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Cheers to the first Friday of 2014! adobe reader software Have you ever been somewhere that’s so majestic it’s breathtaking? That’s what it was like when I visited the Château de Fontainebleau in France. It has the distinct honor of being one of the largest châteaux in France as well as being the only château […]

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