Study abroad in Milan, a city full of innovation and inspiration, from “The Last Supper,” one of the most influential works of the Renaissance, to Fashion Week.
Witness some of the world’s finest performers at Teatro alla Scala, the world-renowned opera house, observe fashion executives to see how successful businesses are run, and, of course, find your favorite spots for pizza and gelato when you study in Milan.
No matter what program you choose, your Milan study abroad experience will be a cultural adventure.
I recently traveled to Copenhagen with one of my best friends from high school, and I have to say it was truly an amazing experience. Copenhagen wasn’t on my list of places to travel originally so I didn’t really know what to expect, nor was I super enthusiastic about going. Surprisingly, the city blew me away. From the people to the food to the historical monuments Copenhagen is definitely a must-see! Our first stop was brunch at a restaurant called Mad & Kaffe.
It is crazy to say that another month of this European adventure has almost come and gone. Despite classes starting in full swing and February being a short month as it is, I took advantage of travelling every weekend (beginning with Amsterdam) and continuing onwards to Genoa and Barcelona- all the while my love for travel continuing to grow monumentally.
This past weekend I traveled to Paris with a few of my friends. None of us had to been to Paris before and we were beyond excited. Early in the morning we stopped by a local bakery to get pastries for our jampacked day of sightseeing. Our first stop was the Eiffel Tower. It was so surreal for all of us that we spent about two hours taking pictures. What made it even better was that the sun was shining and it wasn’t too crowded.