Communications in the Golden Age - Study Abroad
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This is the chance of a lifetime! I never thought I would have the opportunity to study in Italy and Greece. I will be studying Communications in the birthplace of debate and democracy! I am so excited! The financial side of this trip is difficult ...
This is the chance of a lifetime! I never thought I would have the opportunity to study in Italy and Greece. I will be studying Communications in the birthplace of debate and democracy! I am so excited! The financial side of this trip is difficult because I am going to school full time and supporting myself. So if you can help I would really appreciate your support. Thank you! Iteniary Day 1: Fly overnight to Italy Fly overnight to Italy Day 2: Rome Arrive in Rome Day 3: Rome Take a guided tour of Vatican City Visit the Sistine Chapel Visit St. Peter’s Basilica Take a guided tour of Rome Visit the Colosseum Visit the Roman Forum Take a walking tour of Rome: Trevi Fountain Pantheon Spanish Steps Day 4: Rome Florence by train Watch the Tuscan landscape whiz by as you travel by coach to the birthplace of the Italian language, the Renaissance and opera. Your full-day excursion includes a guided walking tour of Florence and its many treasures, including the colossal Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral. You’ll also enjoy a leather-making demonstration and free time before returning to Rome for a late dinner. Day 5: Sorrento Travel to Sorrento Take a guided tour of Vesuvius Day 6: Pompeii Travel to Pompeii Take a guided tour of Pompeii Travel to Brindisi Board a night ferry to Patras Day 7: Patras + Delphi Arrive in Patras Travel to Delphi Day 8: Delphi + Athens Take a guided tour of Delphi Temple of Apollo Visit the Delphi Museum Travel to Athens Enjoy a Greek dinner Day 9: Athens Take a guided tour of Athens: Olympic Stadium Visit the Acropolis Parthenon Temple of Athena Nike Take a walking tour of Athens Plaka districtTemple of Olympian Zeus Cape Sounion with dinner According to legend, Cape Sounion is the spot where Aegeus, king of Athens, leapt to his death off the cliff, thus giving his name to the Aegean Sea. Visit the ancient Temple of Poseidon, where 15 of the original columns are still standing. Look for the column where Lord Byron carved his name! End your excursion with an included dinner of Greek specialties. Day 10: Depart for home
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