6 Entries Tagged with "Florence"
Posted by kmeyers on August 30, 2017.
By Emily Rose
Use the code BEARS10 when you book to save €10 off all guided trips
Okay, so like any other college student on a Friday night you’re probably going to be getting together with friends and going to the bars and clubs. Lucky for you, Florence has an amazing … More »
Posted by admin on December 14, 2015.
As told by Study Abroad Alumni. The nostalgia is real.
“Sitting on the metro and people watching. It was so fun trying to decipher French conversations and international languages surrounding me.” - Maddie, Paris
“Walking past the Duomo on a night out. It never got old” - … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on November 25, 2014.
by Lucas Walkowski, WSA London Intern
I could think of a million different reasons why anyone should choose WSA’s Italian Extravaganza for their fall break. In a country full of so much history, art, architecture, culture, and great food, I fell in love with Italy.
Here’s my story…
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Posted by Andy Steves on August 20, 2014.
Our favorite viewpoints in Italy
Viewing a city from above helps make sense of some of the world’s most beautiful—and windy—streets. We love to geek out on these views and see if we can’t trace the outline of the old Medieval walls, note the tourist sights we’ve been to or will be … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on July 22, 2014.
After months of research and talking with an advisor, you finally sit down to make the decision of where to study abroad. You know you want to study in Italy, but where? You’ve heard of amazing tales from your friends in both Rome and Florence. Here’s a quick guide of a few things to expect in … More »
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I chose to do this rather than book my own trip in Rome - I wanted to experience one organized/sight-seeing trip rather than a relaxing vacation like many of my others had been. Two friends and I signed up for WSA Rome and don't regret a thing. We met wonderful people, were led by an awesome tour guide Rhianne, and got to see everything I wanted to see in Rome. Plus eat all the best food. There is an optional dinner on the last night that we didn't do right away, but we ended up going to it, and it was SO worth the 20 euro. I made memories and friends, and got to see a beautiful, historic city thanks to WSA!!Mallory Dirks, Simpson College ~ University of Roehampton, London, Fall 2015
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