From the iceberg lagoon in Iceland, to the hexagonal columns at the Giant's Causeway in Ireland, and the medieval city of Trogir in Croatia, these destinations will inspire students to explore the world. 


Iceland

Bright blue icebergs are floating in the clear waters in Jökulsárlón.

Iceland is widely known as the "Land of Fire and Ice," with iceberg lagoons and active volcanos calling this tiny island home. Discover the Seljalandsfoss and Skógarfoss waterfalls, learn about the country's Viking beginnings, and explore the capital Reykjavík. This diverse island will excite and astonish any student.

Don't Miss: Jökulsárlón iceberg lagoon

 

Ireland

A sunset over a flat rocked beachside in Ireland.

Ireland is more than just leprechauns and shamrocks. Students will relive the beginnings of the Titanic, discover the oldest university in Ireland, Trinity College and learn Gaelic sports. This small country has a rich and storied history that allows students to see what they are learning up close.

Don't Miss: Giant's Causeway

 

Croatia

Bright blue skies and a sunny day with views of some of the architecture and art in Croatia

Croatia is a beautiful Mediterranean country that is filled with glistening waters, lush greenery and ancient architecture. Students will have the opportunity to hike through the forests in Plitvice Lakes National Park, marvel at the Diocletian Palace built for the Roman emperor and will cruise down the turquiose waters of the Naratva River.

Don't Miss: Saint-Lawrence Cathedral in Trogir

 

 

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