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Experiential (EEC) History

 

25 YEARS OF FOREIGN PLACES VISITED BY CAP STUDENTS (1996 - 2020):

2020 Our 25th Anniversary of EEC
and 26th International Experience
 
Check out the places we have visited throughout the years below
  • 2021 - Cancelled due to Covid-19 
  • 2022. - Cancelled due to Covid-19
  • 2020 - Madrid, Segovia, Bilboa, Monserrat, Barcelona
  • 2019 - Edinburgh, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and London "Castles and Theater"

  • 2018 - Madrid, Toledo, Sevilla, and Granada.

  • 2017 - Venice, Lido, Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Rome, Pompeii

  • 2016 - London, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Belfast, NI, and Dublin, Ireland

  • 2015 - Paris, Versailles, Auvers-sur-Oise

  • 2014 - Milan, Venice, Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Vatican City, Rome

  • 2013 - London 

  • 2012 - Madrid, Segovia, Toledo, Barcelona 

  • 2011 - London, Windsor, “Chunnel” Train, Paris, Versailles, Rome, Vatican City 

  • 2010 - Budapest, Vienna and Prague 

  • 2009 - London, Oxford, "Chunnel" Train, Paris, Versailles, Venice 

  • 2008 - Lima Peru, Cusco, Machu Picchu, Miraflores 

  • 2007 - Madrid, Toledo, Seville, and Granada in Spain; Evora, Sintra, and Lisbon in Portugal 

  • 2006 - Greece, London "Classical Greece" 

  • 2005 - London, Portsmouth, Normandy, Paris, Verdun, Luxembourg, Bastonge, Brussels "Remembering WWI and WWII, D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge" 

  • 2004 - Milan, Verona, Siena, Venice, Florence, Pisa, Rome, Vatican City, Pompeii "The History of Rome and Italy" 

  • 2003 - Cliffs of Moher, Kerry, Waterford, Rock of Cashel, Dublin, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Oxford, London "A Literary Tour of Ireland and England" 

  • 2002 - Beijing, the Great Wall, Xi'an, Shanghai "The History and Culture of China" 

  • 2001 - London, Oxford (visited secondary schools), Paris, Versailles (The Channel Tunnel) "The History, Theater, Art and Architecture of Two Great Empires" 

  • 2000 - Barcelona, Malaga, Gibraltar, Cueta, Tetuan, Tangier, Granada, Seville, Toledo, Madrid "The Diversity of Spain and Morocco" 

  • 1999 - Montreal, Quebec City "French Canada" - Rome, Florence, Pisa, Vinci, Assisi, Bologna, and Venice "The Roman Empire and the Renaissance" 

  • 1998 - Madrid, Toledo, Avila, Segovia, "The History of Spain" 

  • 1997 - Paris, Versailles "The Art and Architecture of Paris" 

  • 1996 - London, Windsor "The Royal History of England"