Be a Road Scholar this Summer

Cuba Tour with Road Scholar

 

If you’re looking for a different kind of vacation this summer try becoming a Road Scholar.

Road Scholar has been offering educational experiences since 1975 and they’ve made connections with educators and other local “insiders” all around the world, creating learning opportunities that show you the world in a way that just can’t be done on your own or on a “tour.”  Much more than a tour, it’s a learning adventure. Here are some of their most popular programs:

cuba todayCuba Today – Delve into the rich history and heritage of Cuba. In the heart of Havana and Cienfuegos, meet members of the local communities to discuss their lives and cultural traditions. Meet face-to-face with community leaders, local residents, artists, and intellectuals to discuss Cuba today and explore local landmarks that are significant to Cuba’s cultural heritage. Meet with members of a local musical group in Cienfuegos and learn about their careers as musicians.

st augustine450 Years of History (St Augustine, Florida) – Explore St. Augustine’s role in the shaping of America throughout 450 years. Examine the city’s rich tapestry through lectures by local experts and historians, live music, professional costumed re-enactments and expert-led field trips. Observe architecture of the Spanish, British and Venetian Renaissance periods. Journey from the pre-European era to the conquerors and the present.

londonA Tale of Two Cities (London and Paris)- Both historic capital cities boast world-class museums and instantly recognizable landmarks and buzz with commerce, politics, education and culture. But it’s what separates them that makes them most intriguing: the languages, the aesthetics, the food, the attitudes.

Compare these world-class cities for yourself on this journey that combines field trips led by top-notch Road Scholar experts and abundant time for independent discoveries.

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