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Italian STEM tours

Ski & Sport is proud to collaborate with STEM to offer the highest quality educational tours, providing exceptional experiences across many remarkable countries. Our partnership with STEM allows us to design and deliver enriching educational journeys that combine rigorous academic content with hands-on, real-world experiences. Students will have the opportunity to explore diverse cultures, visit historical landmarks, and engage in interactive learning activities that enhance their understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Our tours are carefully crafted to inspire curiosity and foster a love for learning, making education come alive outside the classroom. From exploring cutting-edge technology in bustling cities to understanding natural phenomena in breathtaking landscapes, each tour is an adventure that broadens horizons and deepens knowledge. We believe in the power of experiential learning to spark creativity and critical thinking, and our collaboration with STEM ensures that every tour is both educational and unforgettable.

Boasting one of the country’s great medieval cityscapes – an eye-catching ensemble of red-brick palazzi, Renaissance towers and 40km of arcaded porticoes – Bologna is a fantastic city!  As Italy’s culinary capital, it’s an attractive, animated place with a large student population to ensure a vitality that’s so often missing in smaller towns. 


Bologna is described as 'la dotta, la grassa e la rossa' - the learned, the fat and the red.  The city claims to have laid the intellectual foundations of Italy with the oldest university in the Western world and is universally praised as the country's gourmet capital.


While crowds of tourists fill other parts of Italy, Bologna remains relatively quiet in comparison. This town is charming, historic and fun to explore.  A historical city with around 800,000 inhabitants on the metro area, it is the capital and largest city of Emilia-Romagna (a region in northern Italy) famous for architecture and porticos theatre and nightlife.  It is considered second only to Venice in beauty by many and certainly has one of the largest and best-preserved historic centers among Italian cities.  Its architecture is noted for its palette of terracotta reds, burnt oranges, and warm yellows, hence the name of Bologna la rossa.  The extensive town center, characterized by miles of attractive covered walkways known as "porticos," is one of the best-preserved in Europe.  

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