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NWC offers Greece and Italy travel opportunity next spring

Posted March 26, 2018
By NWC News Desk

Area residents are invited to pack their bags and join Northwest College Intercultural Programs on a 10-day field studies expedition to Greece and Italy next spring, March 2-11, 2019.

With ancient architectural ruins and vibrant cultural traditions, Italy and Greece have long been top destinations for history aficionados, art enthusiasts and pizza lovers alike.

Throughout the duration of the trip, travelers can plan to see famous attractions such as the Colosseum and the Acropolis, as well as the artwork of Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel.

The group will depart from the Billings Airport Saturday, March 2, and fly overnight to Italy. Participants will have the opportunity to take guided tours of Florence, Rome, Delphi and Athens.

Through a combination of both self and expert-guided tours, sightseers can expect to experience destinations including Piazza della Signoria, the Gates of Paradise, the Roman Forum, St. Peter’s Basilica, Spanish Steps, Temple of Apollo, the Olympic Stadium, Temple of Athena Nike and many more.

Those who attend can also choose to participate in additional in-depth excursions to Pompeii and Cape Sounion.

Total cost for the trip is $3,861 or 10 monthly payments of $377. This package includes round-trip airfare and transportation, accommodations, regional-style meals, end-to-end support, academic curriculum integration, a full-time tour director, expert local guides and more. For individuals ages 30 years and older, total cost is $4,181, or 10 monthly payments of $409, which includes the aforementioned package, plus a room upgrade.

To view a full day-by-day itinerary, visit https://www.efcollegestudytours.com/professors-trip/2084335CC.

The trip will be led by NWC Intercultural Program Manager Amanda Enriquez. For additional information, or for those interested in attending, contact her at amanda.enriquez@nwc.edu or 307-754-6424.