School Trips by Destination
Every school trip we design is unique, tailored precisely to the needs of your group. Here you'll find some suggested itineraries for inspiration - if you can't find your topic or destination just get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Belgium & Northern France
It is over 100 years since the start of the Great War. Here we visit some of the historic sites commemorate those whose lost their lives in one of the most costliest conflicts in History.
The Holy Land
See first hand the places described in the Bible, and learn how the religions of Judaism and Islam were also recorded in the Holy Land .
Austria had been a powerhouse of European history with the establishment of the Hapsburg dynasty in 1276 up until their downfall in 1918.
For over 300 years, Vienna was the leading musical centre of Europe. Mozart, Hayden, Beethoven, Brahms and Mahler all lived and worked here.
Easily reached by plane, train or coach, France offers a wealth of exciting and dynamic excursions and activities for almost every age group and every subject focus.
Futuroscope and La Rochelle, France
With more than 45 million visitors since it opened, Futuroscope is one of the best-loved theme parks in France an ideal place where pupils can learn whilst having fun…The beautiful coastal city of La Rochelle is a perfect setting to for students to practice their French
The Verdun battlefield is dramatically and physically different to those on the Western Front. It straddles both sides of the River Meuse which flows through wonderful scenery and we gain some magnificent views from the dominating ridge lines that surround Verdun.
From almost total destruction at the end of World War 2 and central point in the ' Cold War ' modern Berlin has become a world city of culture, politics, media and science.
Forged through the dynamic combination of fire and ice, the dramatic landscape of Iceland offers a huge range of geographic and geological features to see and investigate.
All roads lead to Rome they say. Certainly, all journeys to the roots of Western Civilization lead back to this remarkable city on the banks of the River Tiber.
The Veneto, Italy
The Veneto is an awe-inspiring and magical destination for choir groups both young and old.
Renowned for its art, architecture and exquisite setting, Venice is a wonderfully inspiring destination for any school art trip with incomparable riches and wealth it is a unique artistic achievement in its own right.
As a major European centre of learning and commerce since the 17th Century, today Amsterdam’s rich cultural heritage reveals itself in some of the finest art galleries & museums in the world.
Poland is a pioneer of European constitutionalism. In 1791 the King and Parliament of the Republic of Poland and Lithuania passed the first constitution in the Old world later called the 3rd of May constitution.
Andalucia is the second largest of the autonomous communities in Spain and the most populous. The Spanish government now recognises it as a nationality within Spain with it's own flag and motto ' Andalucia by herself, for Spain and Humanity.
Barcelona's cultural heritage stretches back over 200 years .Students love Barcelona.- An ideal destination at all times of the year due to its warm Mediterranean climate.
Santiago de Compostela & La Coruna, Spain
The cathedral at Santiago Compostela is the destination of the way of St James a leading Catholic Pilgramage from the 9thC. La Coruna lies on the coast gateway to the Atlantic Ocean.