On the 21st of March 2010, a coach bus is taking 35 European History Educators from Nijmegen in The Netherlands to Kleve in Germany. At some point, phones start notifying the travelers that they have in fact crossed a border. For most in the bus, this is normal life, for others it is a unique feeling of how a borderless world could be. For some it is everyday life, for others a pursuit for the future. All in all, it is one of the anchored physical expressions of the process of European Integration and therefore a result of History. Do these Teachers and Educators also cross borders in their teaching or is it still a bridge too far to teach common European History?