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The Cinque Terre are five colorful fishing villages linked by walking trails on the Italian Riviera. Together with the surrounding hills and sea they form the Cinque Terre National Park and are designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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Assisi and Perugia are in the Umbria region, called the cuore verde (green heart) of Italy for its centrality and forest. Assisi is the town of Saint Francis, founder of the Franciscan Order in 1208, and patron saint of Italy. Perugia is home to the Perugina chocolate factory, world-famous for its Baci chocolates.
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The Amalfi Coast holds some of the most unique mediterranean views, from the clustered towns built in the gaps of a tremendously dramatic coastline with steep mountains, windy roads, vibrant waters, and terraced vineyards.We will also visit Naples, which is the third-largest city in Italy and it holds the the most important port in the southern...
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Our week long Sicilian tour comes as a special treat at the end of the academic year. The strategic location of this largest island of the Mediterranean played a key role in its intriguing history involving myriad different civilizations such as Phoenician, Greek, Roman and Arab.
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I’m honestly so glad I was able to experience and immerse myself in the Italian culture. Learning with Milena, Cooking class with Graziela, and fashion with Marcela, to name a few, were part of the great experience. Italy itself holds a huge part of my heart. GRAZIE MILLE!
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