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

Stats & Facts About the Superheroes of Educational Travel

While a typical tour manager helps ensure your adventure abroad goes smoothly, ACIS tour managers are anything but ordinary. We like to think of them as the caped crusaders of ...

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Europe Tours | The Rebuilding of Berlin’s Royal Palace

Berlin is an intriguing city. It is a place where recent history and the present come together like nowhere else I know. It is exemplified by a massive empty green ...

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Adventures in European Airports, The Spring Edition

    I get confused. I am flying transatlantic to Geneva and my trusty Briggs and Riley bag is ready and set for carry-on, but the Swiss Air representative at ...

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In The City I Call Home

It has been a strange week. A week to reflect on lots of things and a week to look at our city of Boston and feel good. I first came ...

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Thank You for Your Thoughts & Support

As some of you know, our ACIS headquarters is stationed in Boston in the beautiful neighborhood of Fort Point Channel, miles away from the tragic events that occurred yesterday afternoon. ...

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Tales in Student Travel | A Spring Blizzard Changed Our Plans

How’s your command of old Scottish? The famed Scottish writer, Robert Burns, in putting nib to paper one day, wrote the following: But, Mousie, thou art no thy lane In ...

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Pickpockets: 5 Ways to Stop Them, 5 Ways to Spot Them!

Spring is on the way, apparently. Here in London it’s hard to tell, but I’ve just got back from Barcelona (via Rome, Nice and Florence) and while the Mediterranean has ...

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Travel Tips for Surviving a Long Flight

When you return from a two-week vacation in Australia, the first question everyone asks is to name your favorite part (an impossible query for any travel-lover about any destination, as there’s never ...

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A Look Back at the Spark that Ignited a World War

Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzogovina. The country is a fascinating and beautiful place, made up of people of different ethnicities and religions. Think of the land ...

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Spotlight on Switzerland: Train Ride from Geneva to Zermatt

A friend of mine and I had taken a few days to ski in Zermatt, Switzerland. It’s something we try to do each year. More often than not, we have ...

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