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Italy Educational Tours

Italy is the “Cradle of Western Civilization”, the birthplace of the Renaissance, and the center of the Roman Catholic Church. This country holds immense cultural significance for its contributions to art, architecture, cuisine, and many other fields, which make it the perfect educational destination for students! Come experience a place that seems to bridge the gap between the past and present with ease, showcasing a unique blend of tradition and innovation that continues to influence and inspire people around the world.


Welcome to Rome, The Eternal City – a captivating blend of ancient history and vibrant modernity. Here, students can embark on a journey through time as they stroll along cobbled streets that have witnessed the rise and fall of empires. Visitors of all ages will marvel at architectural wonders like the Colosseum, the Pantheon and Vatican City. Indulge in delectable cuisine, sip on rich Italian espresso, and immerse yourself in a cultural tapestry that has shaped the world. Rome beckons with its timeless allure, promising an unforgettable experience for every traveler.


The city of Florence was the center of the Florentine Republic founded in AD 1115 and is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance during the Middle Ages. It was home to the Medici, one of history’s most important noble families. Students visiting Florence on an educational tour can see the famous Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (the Duomo for short), a magnificent gothic structure built in the 1300s. The cathedral houses artwork by Giotto and was engineered by Brunelleschi. The Basilica of Santa Croce is the burial place of many famous Italians, including Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli. At the Accademia, students can get a chance to see Michelangelo’s original statue of David. Other points of interest include the Piazza della Signoria, the Uffizi Gallery, and the Ponte Vecchio.


An enchanting city built on a network of canals, Venice offers an unforgettable educational experience for student travelers. Explore the historic wonder of St. Mark’s Basilica, admire the artistry of the Doge’s Palace, and embark on a gondola ride along the iconic Grand Canal. Students can also immerse themselves in Venetian history at the Correr Museum, visit the glassblowing workshops of Murano Island, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the Rialto Market. With its intricate architecture, rich artistic heritage, and the mesmerizing allure of its waterways, Venice beckons students to uncover the mysteries and beauty of this floating city.


Siena is likely Italy’s loveliest medieval city, and a trip worth making even if you’re in Tuscany for just a few days. This fascinating walled city is built on a hilltop and was first settled by the Etruscans over 2,500 years ago. Students will have the opportunity to stroll through the charming pedestrian streets and to see the Campo (main square) where the annual Palio (horse race) takes place every summer.


Explore the ancient ruins of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, witness the majesty of Mount Etna, and discover the medieval charm of the town of Taormina on an educational tour to the island of Sicily! Students can delve into history at the Archaeological Museum of Syracuse, explore the vibrant markets of Palermo, and enjoy the beautiful beaches along the coastline. Sicily invites students to explore a destination that has left an indelible mark on Mediterranean history and culture with its blend of Greek, Roman, and Arab influences, as well as its culinary delights.