Inside the classroom, we can read, listen, write and talk about different topics or see them on pictures where we are able to use our imagination; and only our imagination sets the limit. But in many subjects like the arts, history and culture, being in the actual place helps us understand, to a certain degree feel for ourselves what it like and to personally experience the subject. That is one reason why study tours are being more and more prevalent amongst students of any age. A study tour is a travel experience with specific learning goals. The learning goals of each study tour vary, but are always mentioned in tour campaign. Study tours emphasize experiential learning and offer both group and self-directed activities that enable learners to explore new territories, cultures, and people. Study tours are designed to be both fun and educational. Our groups enjoy the local cuisine, socialize freely, and make use of the local recreational and cultural resources of the areas that we visit.