As I mentioned in my latest post, I just returned from Italy a little over a week ago. Having caught up on rest, adjusted back into my normal schedule, and with the effects of jet lag all behind me I’m now ready to share with you my wonderful Italian adventure!
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be serving up a ton of new blog posts all related to this grand European country.
I made the journey across the Atlantic with my Mom and Dad to manage one of our student tours from Cleveland, Mississippi. Beverly and Bob Card have been tour leaders with EA Tours for quite some time now, and were eager to bring a new group of students and parents over to share with them the joys of Italy. Everyone on the group was so sincere and polite! You really couldn’t have asked for a better group. They were truly delightful and hungry to learn.
Traveling with EA Tours isn’t just another “trip” for the record books. It’s a life-altering adventure that incorporates all the senses. It empowers educators and inspires their students to explore the world and embrace new cultures. The itinerary for the Card group highlighted some of the best places to visit in Italy from Florence, to the capital of Rome, and down to the Amalfi coast. It was a fun time had by all!
Educational tours to Italy are one of our most popular. From the Colosseum and Forum, the Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Vatican Museums in Rome, to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, these are just a sampling of the sites and Italian treasures awaiting you. With EA Tours, you get a culturally immersive educational tour. You will discover the regional traditions and differences, admire the unique sights, and vibrant customs throughout your entire tour of Italy.
In Florence, history and art so spectacularly weave together that they become one and the same. The worn ruins of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum offer a glimpse into the ancient empire’s past. With so much to offer, it’s no wonder Italy is one of the most visited countries on Earth. It’s host to an amazing heritage that’s just waiting to be discovered by you and your students.
I invite you to join me as I uncover Rome and its secrets,