Field Trips

Southern Italy, 2016.
Northern Italy, 2016.
Central Italy, 2016.
Central Italy, 2016.
Central Italy, 2016.
Central Italy, 2016.
Archivo Centrale Dello Stato (Central Archives of the State) in the EUR district of Rome, 2016.
Palazzo Zuccari, 2016.
Sperlonga, 2016.
Piazza San Marco, 2015.
Duomo di Milano, 2015.
Sicily, 2014.
Central Italy, 2010.
Venice, 2016.
University of Milan, 2015.
Field trip near Rome.
Matera, 2016.
Paestum, 2016.
Ostia Antica, 2016.
Palazzo Piccolomini, Pienza, 2016.
Museo di Roma, 2016.
MAXXI Museum, 2016.

A robust and unparalleled series of field trips throughout Italy are an integral part of the Cornell in Rome experience. Specific itineraries vary from semester to semester, but generally include travel in northern, central, and southern Italy. A typical semester may include these regions: 

  • One long trip (seven days) to either:
    • Northern Italy (Bologna, Parma, Modena, Mantova, Verona, Vicenza, Padova, Venice, and Ravenna)
    • Sicily (Palermo, Cefalù, Segesta, Erice, Gibellina, Selinunte, Agrigento, Siracusa,
    • Noto, Catania, and Taormina)
  • A central Italy trip (four days):  Montepulciano, Pienza, Siena, Florence, Arezzo, Cortona, Gubbio, Urbino
  • A southern Italy trip (three days) typically includes Paestum, Pompei, and Napoli
  • Day trips to sites near Rome frequently include Palestrina, Tivoli, Hadrian’s Villa, Ostia Antica, Caprarola, and Bagnaia
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