Learn, Inspire, Travel, Repeat – The ACIS Tours Travel Blog

6 French Language & Culture Podcasts for Students

Podcasts are more than just a technological fad: they can be great tools for learning, both independently and in a more formal classroom setting. Whether you’re a French instructor, a student ...

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Berlin: The City of 100 Faces

Guest Blogger and ACIS Tour Manager Peter Ede has been traveling the world for as long as he can remember.  In fact, he started taking high-school Americans around Europe when studying at ...

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ACIS Staff Spotlight: Meet Liz!

International Program Coordinator Liz Cokeing is a new staff member at ACIS, but her history with us goes way back: her mother is a former Group Leader and used to ...

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7 Unique 4th of July Traditions Around the US

Every 4th of July, millions of Americans all over the country celebrate with fireworks, cookouts, and other traditions. However, some communities choose to mark Independence Day in their own special ...

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Download the New ACIS Quick Menu Guide

If you’re traveling to Italy, you’re in for some absolutely delicious cuisine. Don’t let a bit of vocabulary keep you stumped on an empty stomach: download the new ACIS Quick Menu ...

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5 Reasons to Watch the World Cup

As a crazed soccer fan, when the World Cup rolls around I become a happier individual. Regardless of whether the US has qualified for the tournament (which is not the ...

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An Ideal Walking Tour of Rome Part 3

In the third and final post on walking through Rome, ACIS travel supervisor and local Roman guide Carlotta Boldrini picks up where Part 2 left off and shares an evening with ...

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Top Tips Before Your Summer Trip

Summer is here and the trip that seemed so far away last October is suddenly within reach! Here are some last-minute must dos before you take off. 1. Sign up for flight ...

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An Ideal Walking Tour of Rome: Part 2

In our new three part series, Roman local tour guide Carlotta Boldrini shares her expertise on touring Rome – by foot! Carlotta is a former ACIS Tour Manager and the current ...

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An Ideal Walking Tour of Rome Part 1: Rome at Night

 In our new three part series, Roman local tour guide Carlotta Boldrini shares her expertise on touring Rome – by foot! Carlotta is a former ACIS Tour Manager and the current ...

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