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The Ultimate Student Learning Experience in Pennsylvania

July 30, 2015

Rich in chocolate and coal and iron mines, this state has a lot to offer. Pennsylvania is home to many firsts. The first American flag, the first baseball stadium, the first computer and the first daily newspaper—but that’s not all it has [...]

Buffalo Shines as a Surprising Student Travel Destination

February 6, 2015

When you hear New York, more often then not you think of high-rise buildings and taxi-filled streets and non-stop activities. Rarely do people consider the sites outside of Manhattan, but perhaps they should. Buffalo, located next to Lake Erie in [...]

Ocala/Marion Combines Adventure with Elements of the Past

September 25, 2014

Ocala/Marion County, located smack-dab in the heart of Central Florida, features an abundance of sites and activities to suit any student group’s interests. The area consists of five historical towns—Belleview, Dunnellon, McIntosh, Ocala and [...]

St. Louis Abounds with Student-Friendly Sights

March 1, 2014

St. Louis Attractions for Student Groups Students can ride in little capsules to the apex of the Gateway Arch to view the city and riverfront. Underneath the Arch is the free Museum of Westward Expansion, where exhibits tell the story of settlers, [...]

Enjoy Laid-back and Friendly “Charm City” Baltimore

February 8, 2014

The city has developed into a modern, quirky and entertaining destination, with plenty of historic and artsy attractions perfect for any student trip. Down by the Sea: Student Attractions in Baltimore There’s no denying that one of Baltimore’s [...]

Navy Pier Offers Fun for Student Groups in Chicago

February 7, 2014

For many visitors to Chicago, the highlight of their trip is a boat ride along the breezy shores of Lake Michigan, that big blue “ocean” that serves as the city’s front yard. And the most popular spot to board a boat is Navy Pier. Navy Pier, [...]

Explore the Diverse History and Culture of Birmingham

January 15, 2014

Top Student Travel Attractions in Birmingham Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, a research and educational facility, includes exhibits portraying the Birmingham civil rights movement and global human rights struggles. Students can watch a short [...]

Students Feel the Magic in Orlando, Florida

January 5, 2014

By Britney Pieta Orlando, well known for its theme parks, movie studios and water parks, shows no signs of slowing down its growth any time soon. This Central Florida vacation land is one of the most visited U.S. destinations by international [...]

Ancient and Modern Marvels Await Students in Greece

January 2, 2014

A trip to Greece can be an outstanding opportunity for students to explore both the ancient world and modern cities. Greece has plenty to offer the student traveler, including a robust nightlife and plenty of historical sites. Greece is covered in [...]

Scotland Beckons Student Travelers

January 2, 2014

Scotland offers a unique combination of outdoor fun, including great fishing and hiking, and some of the very best in medieval castles. Imagine spending a night in one or learning the history of one of its old churches. Push aside the history, [...]

The Netherlands: A Mecca for Student Travelers

November 5, 2013

The Netherlands, known for its artists and lively cultural life, is an ideal location for student travelers. Offering flat landscapes dotted with windmills, the country is a popular tourist destination noteworthy for chocolate, cheese, porcelain [...]

Gatlinburg: Gateway to Great Times

October 3, 2013

Gatlinburg, a city clinging to Tennessee’s eastern border, is no stranger to tourism. During peak season, people come by the thousands for the views, the food, and some old-school arts and crafts – not to mention Great Smoky Mountains National [...]

Experience the Majesty of Niagara Falls

October 1, 2013

Straddling the border between Canada and the United States, Niagara Falls is one of the best-known waterfalls in the world!  Made up of  three separate waterfalls– the American Falls and its sister the Bridal Veil Falls and the largest, the [...]

Going to the NYC? City Sightseeing Has Your Tour

September 18, 2013

So you’ve got some group travel to New York City planned. What’s the big deal?  Seeing the sights of New York shouldn’t be all that complicated. Its skyline is familiar, seen on countless TV shows and movies. Its streets and avenues are on a [...]
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