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2 Entries Tagged with "Tuscany"

  • The Top 5 of Florence

    Posted by Andy Steves on June 24, 2014.

    As many people around the world know, Florence, Italy is the European capital of renaissance history and art. It’s incredible to think back to the early 1400s when architecture, literature, science and fine art began a whole new movement of change. Before you go across the pond, make sure these … More »

    Tags: Europe // Travel // weekend // Italy // Florence // art // history // 2014 // Tuscany

  • Out to the Designer Outlets, or Under the Frigid Tuscan Sun

    Posted by Andy Steves on September 15, 2010.

                Through my school in Rome, John Cabot “University,” students have the opportunity to take advantage of various day trips. I signed up for two--an organized trip out to the designer outlets near Florence, and a trip to the Tuscany region where we tasted wine, visited a hill town … More »

    Tags: Day Trip // Study Abroad // Tuscany // 2008 // Rome

Ben Swick, University of Dayton

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Everything was so organized and the tour guide was AWESOME! They had everything planned out and I got a really good feel for life in the city. We even got to cut the lines for the Anne Frank House and Van Gogh museum. It was definitely worth the money and I would recommend to anyone looking for a fun filled weekend.

Ben Swick, University of Dayton ~ ISA Maynooth University, Fall 2015

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