Republican Jeb Bush is planning a policy trip to Europe in June, to speak on the global economy and meet with business, economic and defense leaders.
Aides to the former Florida governor say the likely presidential candidate is planning to visit Germany, Poland and Estonia.
He plans to speak at an economic conference in Germany and, in Estonia and Poland, meet with government and business leaders, civic groups and non-governmental organizations.
Bush has said in the lead-up to a likely campaign that the United States must nurture its relationships with allies, such as the three European nations.
It would be Bush's first trip since announcing he was considering seeking the presidency in 2016.
It would also be his first to Estonia and Poland.