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Field Trips for Verona, Italy

You are also encouraged to participate in the included program field trips, listed below. Destinations may change at the discretion of the Resident Director.

The following are possible destinations, view term calendars for specifics.

A panoramic view of the city center in Bologna, Italy.Bologna

Bologna is the largest city in teh Emilia Romagna Region. Home of the oldest university of the world, founded in 1088, Bologna has a bustling social and cultural life. Famous for its towers, porticoes, and Neptune fountain, Bologna has a well-preserved city center.

A view of the rooftops and Lake Garda in Italy.Lake Garda

Formed by glaciers in the last Ice Age, Lake Garda is the largest alpine lake in Italy. Catch a great view of the lake from the Old Ponale Road Path, Monte Baldo, or Giamaica Beach. You can also see the landscape from the Scaliger castle or the Bastion. Bring your hiking shoes if you want to challenge yourself to see the views from the Santa Barbara Church or Arco Castle; or you can have a different kind of adventure at the Gardaland or Movieland amusement parks.

A group of people in the Scrovegni Chapel in Padova, Italy.Padova

Claimed to be the oldest city in Northern Italy, Padova is the capital of the province of Padua and is located on the Bacchiglione River. It is home to the Scrovegni Chapel featuring various frescoes completed by Giotto, Donatello’s Erasmo da Narni, and markets in the Palazzo della Ragione.

A view of the buildings and gondolas of Venice, Italy from the water.Venice

Venice, the capital of the Veneto region, sits on top of marshy lagoon and consists of 117 small islands connected by various bridges. Venice has been called the “City of Water” and “the Floating City” due to its endless canals along the Po and Piave Rivers. Float across the Grand Canal on a waterbus or gondola, or stroll along St. Mark’s square. There are plenty of museums, cathedrals, and theaters to keep you occupied in this magical city.