A school tour to Greece will bring the myths and legends from the student’s books to his / her life, as Greece is one of the world’s oldest and greatest civilizations. A historic gateway between Asia and Europe, for thousands of years the country has flourished as a global center of art, thought, and culture. Also encompassing some of the most beautiful islands and mountain landscapes that you will ever see, Greece is a premier destination for all high school students who want to experience the rich educative tradition of this influential Mediterranean country.
Many of the country’s oldest structures and important monuments are still standing (Greece boasts 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites), making the layout of the land itself an imposing classroom environment. And if the cradle of Philosophy, literature, history and mythology is added to the school trip itinerary, the students would learn as to how ancient Greek traditions were and how they have influenced Western civilization, governments and all other popular subject areas taught through.
- See four UNESCO World Heritage Sites and explore important archeological sites at Epidaurus, Mycenae, Olympia and Delphi
- Stroll through Delphi Archeological Museum and see relics like the Sphinx of Naxos and the Charioteer of Delphi
- Visit monasteries at the rock towers of Meteora
- Explore the incredible monuments from Ancient Greece like the world-famous Pantheon temple, Roman Temple of Olympian Zeus, Temple of Apollo and the famous ruins of the Temple of Poseidon.
- Visit the Panathenaic Stadium, is the only sta dium in the world built entirely of marble
- Enjoy stunning coastal views as you drive to Cape Sounion
- Explore the lounge on the sandy beaches of Santorini, Mykonos, Crete, Rhodes, Ios and many more on the Greek Islands.
- Discover the greatest treasures and the best of modern activities.
- Improve social skills, teamwork and independence.
- Awareness to ancient history & mythology.
- Building capabilities for compassion and empathy.
- Enhanced cultural learning and the environmental surroundings.
- Identify cultural, social and historical challenges.