This Comenius and eTwinning project investigates the impact of outward and inward migration of peoples on the partner countries. It starts with a historical overview of emigration and outward movement and then researches the reasons why people leave their countries to travel abroad today. In the second year it switches focus to the reasons why people come to the students' countries, and what their countries have to offer the visitor. Students will research this migration in the context of business, education, pleasure and enforced migration both short and long term. In this way we hope to overcome their preconceptions of immigrants and tourists and make them aware of the individual behind the visitor, as well as to educate them concerning the opportunities they have to work, live and study abroad as European citizens.