Stanford University European Travel Study.. Venice, Berlin, Amsterdam.. By Hank Curci.. MS Math Stanford..


Stanford University European Travel Study..

Venice, Berlin, Amsterdam..

By Hank Curci.. MS Math Stanford..

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What’s the best way to know a city? Live among its inhabitants. Spend a week staying in a centrally located hotel in Florence, Berlin or Amsterdam, discovering off-the-beaten-path sites, gaining deeper insight into each iconic city’s rich and complex history, meeting with locals to learn about modern life and enjoying abundant free time to wander the city independently.

In-depth exploration of three European cities

Focus: Florence

April 6 to 13, 2019

Traveling with Florentine native Professor Roberto D’Alimonte, dive deep into Florence’s history, from its culture, art and architecture to its science, politics and religion.

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Focus: Berlin

June 12 to 21, 2019

Immerse yourself in a comprehensive exploration of 20th-century and modern-day Berlin on this trip led by Stanford professor Stephen Hinton.

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October 13 to 21, 2019

With Bert Patenaude, MA ’79, PhD ’87, enjoy specially arranged museum visits, go behind the scenes at the opera and ballet, and learn about the city’s progressive approach to social issues.

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“Each day brought forth a new richness of experience and was a wonderful meld of past and present—a beautiful dip into a vibrant city’s art, history and culture.”

—Marcia J. Nowak, Focus: Milan, 2018

Contact us!

To learn more or make reservations, call (650) 725‑1093 or visit alumni.stanford.edu/goto/travelstudy.

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