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International Travel

International experiences bring learning to life.

A language becomes more than a list to memorize. Mozart becomes more than a piece to rehearse. The Holocaust becomes more than a chapter to read. With over 50 years of combined experience in international group travel, our international team can show your students the world. We’re passionate about the eye-opening educational experiences that international travel brings, and we’ll work with you to craft a once-in-a-lifetime experience for your students. Together, we’re making moments that matter.

 Most Popular Destinations

Some places are just perfect for student groups. Here are some of our most popular student-friendly international destinations. Don’t see your preferred destination listed? Don’t worry – we can make it happen. Contact us to start personalizing your international experience today.


The highly urbanized metropolitan areas of the Land Down Under give way to some of the oldest civilizations in the world, making this a truly unique destination for your group. Sit on Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair in Sydney Harbor and stand where the great operatic stars have played in the Sydney Opera House. Enjoy a cultural exchange with indigenous Australians, or experience Ayers Rock, abruptly emerging from the brush of the outback. Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef and witness the natural wonders of the Blue Mountains, Jervis Bay, the Red Monolith, and more. From the thriving metropolis to the wild-and-free outback, Australia is sure to deliver the unexpected.

Performance venues include Bondi Beach Pier, Kings Street Wharf, Darling Harbour, Cairns Colonial Resort, Sydney Opera House and more.


If the idea of joining Julie Andrews on a spin through the Alps appeals to you, then Austria is the ideal destination. Learn about the real Von Trapp family on a Sound of Music tour. Explore the 1,400 rooms of Schonbrunn Palace and stand where Mahler and Strauss conducted at Weiner Staatsoper in Vienna. Marvel at the baroque architecture and Alpine settings which inspired Mozart in Salzburg. Explore the quaint town of Innsbruck, twice home to the Winter Olympics. Amazing views and harmonious history await you in Austria.

Performances venues include Schonbrunn Palace, Salzburg Festival, Evangelical Christuskirch, Stadtturm and more.


The people of France are nearly as diverse as the over 400 varieties of cheese that they produce. Set your eyes on artistic masterpieces at the Louvre, climb to the top of the Eiffel and enjoy the vibrant artistic culture of Paris. Meander through quaint countryside villages, or walk in the footsteps of Allied troops on the beaches of Normandy. Explore the Palace at Versailles, where French kings once roamed the halls and ‘opulent’ is an understatement. From the metropolis to the countryside and from sea to sea, the people of France welcome you.

Performance venues include Notre Dame (Paris), Palace of Versailles, small town squares, music festivals, and Disneyland® Paris Resort.


Travel the autobahn from the middle ages through the present on your group tour of Germany. Walk the streets of Rothenburg, where quaint Medieval structures still greet you. Sail on the Rhine to Munich, with the Bavarian Alps and majestic castles in view. Trace the footsteps of Wagner and Strauss at the Bavarian National Opera. Explore the magnificent Neuschwanstein Castle. Relive the destruction of World War II in Dresden, and the fall of the wall in Berlin. History, majesty and more await you in Germany.

Performance venues include Neuschwanstein Castle, Marienplatz and the Brandenburg Gate, Music Festivals, many town squares, local churches and more.


With a total area comparable to the state of Indiana, you’ll be able to experience every shade of Ireland’s heritage. Kiss the stone at Blarney Castle, or marvel at the Cliffs of Moher. Learn how the Irish make the world’s finest wool products at a sheep farm, then put a wool blanket to good use on a carriage ride through Killarney National Park. Taste chowder on the Aran Islands. Explore the city of Dublin, with its hip nightlife, St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Trinity College, home of the Book of Kells. See where the revolutionaries were held in Kilmainham Jail. All this and more awaits you in Ireland.

Performance venues include Blarney Castle, St. Patrick’s Day Festival, Christ Church Cathedral, the Redemptorist Church in Limmerick and more.


Buona giornata! The Italian Peninsula is packed with rich history, cultural significance, and warm people awaiting your group. Revisit the glory days of the Roman Empire at the Coliseum and the Forum. Walk the streets of Puccini’s hometown, Lucca, or experience the vibrance of Michelangelo’s Florence. Marvel at the hill towns of San Gimignano and Orvieto. Traverse the canals of Venice, or take in the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. With so much to see and do in Italy, you’ll be planning your return before you’ve even left.

Performance venues include St. Peters Cathedral (Rome), Excelsior Spa (Montecatini), The New Years Day Festival (Rome) and Auditorium San Romano (Lucca) and more.

Prague & Budapest

From regal structures and magnificent landscapes to Bohemian culture and style, the sights and sounds of Eastern Europe are as varied as the people who have claimed it. In Prague, trace the footsteps of Jewish immigrants in the Jewish Quarter and make your way through the grand squares of Old Town. Cross the Vltava River on one of the oldest bridges in Europe, the Charles Bridge, and experience the grandeur of Prague Castle, the largest castle complex in the world. Once considered the birthplace of the modern world, Budapest’s historic structures and charming avenues have many stories to tell. Cruise the Danube, then explore Celtic and Roman ruins before meandering through quaint Castle Hill in Buda. Learn the history of the region in the many sites which comprise the Cultural Avenue. Round out your trip with shopping in bustling Pest, and your group’s trip to Eastern Europe is sure to impress.

Performance venues include numerous town squares, churches & synagogues, school exchanges and more.


The countries of Scandinavia are some of the most prosperous and progressive in Europe. Marvel at the Northern Lights in Sweden. Take a soak in the Blue Lagoon of Iceland. Walk the Royal Gardens in Copenhagen. Experience the grandeur of real Viking ships in Oslo. Enjoy a day of play at Legoland Denmark. Watch for whales in the Norwegian Sea. Ski the Alps, or enjoy pristine beaches in the summer. A world of natural wonder, history and progressive culture awaits you in Scandinavia.

Performance venues include the Vasa Museum, Kalmar Castle, Frogner Park, churches, town squares and more.


Strap on some castanets and begin tapping your fingers to the vibrant sounds of Spain. Compare modern architecture to the colorful works of Gaudi in Barcelona. Taste fresh paella in Valencia. Step back to the middle ages on a walk through the streets of Toledo. Dance the flamenco in Madrid, then marvel at the artifacts of the Prado, one of the world’s largest art museums. A world of culture, diversity and energy awaits you in Spain.

Performance venues include Parc Guell, Plaza Mayor, Alhambra, Santo Tome Chapel and more.

United Kingdom

With three countries just a bus ride away, it’s easy to experience the diverse sites and heritage of the United Kingdom. Stare down the Queen’s Guard at Buckingham Palace. Walk through Trafalgar Square with the bells of Big Ben as your soundtrack. Trace the footsteps of every King and Queen since 1066 at Westminster Abbey. Witness the contrast of Medieval buildings and Georgian homes in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle. Enjoy the serenity of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Marvel at scores of Medieval, Gothic and Roman cathedrals throughout each land. About the only thing you can’t do is drive on the right side of the road!

Performance venues include workshops at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London Tower, Caernarfon Castle, local churches, school exchanges, town squares and more.