International airGround transportation13 nights in hotels13 breakfasts3 lunches3 dinnersEnglish-speaking guides & assistantsAdmission feesCountry guidebook and pre-travel docsEmbedded medical insurance24/7 emergency support
Study Abroad Fair, exact location TBD
September 13 2017, 11:00 am
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2 days, 2 nights
- Sorolla Museum: Experience the beauty that is Joaquin Sorolla’s impressionist artwork. The museum is actually the artist’s family home, which has been preserved and converted into an art museum.
2 days, 2 nights
- Tour of Pamplona: Pamplona Cathedral, Bar Txoko, Hotel Quintana, Plaza del Castillo, Town Hall, Café Iruna, Antiguo Restaurante Las Pocholas, and the Monument to Hemingway
- Museum of Navarro
3 days, 3 nights
- Tour of Burgos: The Cathedral Gotic, Arco de Santa Maria, Casa de Cordon, San Nicolas Church, and Casa de Miranda
- Miraflores Charterhouse
- Abbey of Santa Maria la Real de Las Huelgas
2 days, 2 nights
- Tour of Leon: including the Cathedral and the Basilica de San Isidoro
Santiago de Compostela
4 days, 3 nights
- Tour of Santiago de Compostela
- Camino de Santiago Pilgrim Trail
- Camino Hike
Spend 2 nights in Madrid experiencing historical monuments, Museums, the Royal Palace and astonishing Cathedrals. Travel to Pamplona for 2 nights. Continue across Spain to Burgos for 3 nights and onto Leon for 2 nights. Then make your way to Santiago de Compostela. Here you will spend 2 days on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrim Trail - this is what your program was created for! Your program leaders will lead you through a few monumental trails to spend time hiking in one of Spain's famous landmarks.
Meet the Faculty
Dr. Katherine Ford
Honors College Faculty Fellow
Dr. Katherine (Katie) Ford is serving as an Honors College Faculty Fellow. She is an Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures in the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Todd Fraley
Director of the EC Scholars Program & Associate Dean for Academic Programs
Prior to his leadership position in the Honors College, Todd taught in the School of Communication, where he also served as associate professor, Coordinator for Undergraduate Studies and the Internship Director.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
WorldStrides is committed to making international travel accessible for students. To find out how to apply for $500 in need-based assistance or our merit-based $3,000 Higher Education Traveler Scholarship, click here.
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