One of the most historic cities in Europe, this vibrant and cosmopolitan city will provide students with a greater understanding of German life, both past and present and from East to West! There is the iconic Olympic Stadium and one of Berlin's newest landmarks, Colourful Chocoworld, which is not just an architectural feast for the eyes, but also offers a unique and varied assortment of items revolving around RITTER SPORT chocolate.
Karkow is the ancient capital of Poland and is a hugely important historical and cultural centre. Its compact and pretty city centre provides students with easy access to the many impressive tourist attractions. Your tour can combine the city's ancient past with an in-depth study of the Jewish community in Krakow, one of the most important centres of Jewish life in pre-war Europe, looking at both the religious and cultural aspects of the people and their ultimate fate.
This three day tour is perfect for a school trip to Paris and is home to two of Europe's most popular theme parks, Disneyland® Paris and Parc Astérix, both of which are perfect for enhancing class interaction. Along with the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre you have the makings of an exceptional short tour.
Barcelona, a modern and dynamic city, is steeped in history, tradition and cultural influences, with a strong sense of art and architecture. There is a multitude of fantastic museums and galleries, while its historic past provides a wealth of cathedrals and memorable performance venues. Situated on the Catalonian Coast, it is an ideal base for groups to enjoy both a city and beach tour!
Belgium offers a wonderful range of visits with its capital, Brussels, being the headquarters of the European Union and home to a wide choice of art galleries and science centres such as the Atomium, and of course not forgetting the chocolate!
This short three day tour to Bristol offers several world class attractions, from Britain's most acclaimed historic ship, its most iconic suspension bridge, the world's fifth oldest zoo, one of Europe's leading interactive science centres to an outstanding network of free city museums plus much more!
One hundred years on from the start of WWI and what better way is there to commemorate these tragic events than to take pupils on a school trip to the areas where they took place. Here they can really develop their understanding of the events and the sacrifices made. Of course there is time for everyone to relax with a visit to either Disneyland Paris or Parc Astérix, both of which cater for children of all ages.
The ideal destination for your first Primary School tour abroad! The safe, vibrant, bustling and largely pedestrianised seaside resort of Noordwijk is the ideal destination for your pupils' first visit abroad. Visits include the NEMO Science Centre, De Efteling Theme Park, Noordwijk Space Expo and the fascinating Madurodam Miniature Village. To add to the fun, our tours are usually based in family run hotels in the pretty seaside resort of Noordwijk aan Zee, just an hour's drive from the capital
School tours include a guided canal trip in Amsterdam and a visit to see where Anne Frank went into hiding. The Amsterdam ArenA offers an insight into the operations of a modern stadium with its World of Ajax Tours and the Dungeons offer a tour of this city's dark history. Take a look back at Holland's past during WWII with visits to the Dutch Resistance Museum and Kamp Amersfoort.
The city of Paris has long been synonymous with style and glamour and our school trips to Paris can take you to the centre of this vibrant city. The city appeals to students of all ages making it an ideal destination. There is a wealth of attractions such as the Eiffel Tower and The Louvre as well as being home to two of Europe's most popular theme parks; Disneyland® Paris and Parc Astérix, both of which are perfect for enhancing class interaction and making this an exceptional tour.
Escape to the fantabulous world of the Alton Towers. There's so much going on, the fun never stops - it's an absolute 'Out of School' activity! Be one of the first to experience THE SMILER, the world's first 14 looping rollercoaster! The WATER PARK boasts hundreds of fantastic interactive water features, from lazy rivers & crazy cannons to the sensational speed of the Master Blaster water rollercoaster.
The Midlands is where you will find something different for a school tour. You will find superb visitor attractions all within a 30 mile radius of Birmingham. Reminders of the past are shown in detail with a visit to the Black Country Museum, with its authentically rebuilt buildings which offer an entirely new experience. There is of course everyone's favourite chocolate factory - Cadbury World! Don't forget both Alton Towers & Drayton Manor are within easy reach for that fun filled day
Ever popular attractions include the Centre for Life, which provides a hands-on education that cannot be replicated in the classroom, the natural world's Blue Reef Aquarium and the adventurous Wet 'N Wild. Go back in time and step into the shoes of a Roman soldier to experience life on the front line of Emperor Hadrian's formidable British frontier. To round it all of you could take a tour of either St James' Park, the Stadium of Light or go shopping at the Metro Centre.
Manchester continues to be the most popular destination for schools from these shores and with the opening of the SEA LIFE Manchester Aquarium at the Trafford Centre this will only enhance this tour. Along with a football stadium tour, the Museum of Science & Industry and that other very "educational" establishment to the south - Alton Towers - means there is so much to do for children of all ages.
London trips provide a massive range of visits that will excite, inform and educate your pupils. On arrival in London we have a guided tour which will highlight the main points of interest and give you a bearing on where you will be staying. As well as a cruise on the Thames we visit the Natural History Museum, which is a world-class resource for learners, and Madame Tussauds, with its world-famous guests. A full day at Thorpe Park or Chessington World of Adventures, with its rides and zoo, roun
A football match at a Scottish or English Premiership club continues to feature strongly in many school programmes. Clubs from the Potteries to the two Glasgow giants continue to welcome visits from school groups. Pre-arranged coaching sessions are available and you can even be a flag bearer as you introduce the teams at the Britannia Stadium! Finish off your weekend with a guided tour at one of the many stadiums which are all within easy reach of your hotel.
A school trip to North Wales offers pupils a wonderful opportunity to experience a very different culture on their doorstep. Essentially a rural experience, where a short drive takes you from coast to upland. The selection of mines, power stations and narrow gauge railways in North Wales gives any tour a unique character. From trips down slate, copper or gold mines to journeys to the top of mountains by train, have all left a lasting impression on school children.
The historic city of Edinburgh and its surrounding countryside offers an immense variety of attractions and as such Edinburgh is one of, if not the most, visited destination for school groups. For years school groups have flocked to the Castle, the interactive exhibits about Planet Earth at Our Dynamic Earth, Camera Obscura with its five floors packed full of an amazing range of optical experiences, and not to mention the many exciting stops en-route.
Glasgow offers a much cheaper option to staying in Edinburgh and is only an hour's drive away. A full day in Edinburgh can include the castle and zoo, home to the UK's only giant pandas, plus many more alternatives. In Glasgow there is the marvellous Science Centre, with its hands on Science Mall and IMAX Theatre, and the excitement of a stadium tour at Celtic Park, Ibrox or Hampden Park. Just a short drive away is the Time Capsule and Scotland's Theme Park, M&D's.
From the GAA Museum and Skyline at Croke Park to Kilmainham Gaol to the state apartments of the Viceregal Court at Dublin Castle and, further back, at the Natural History Museum, any visit to Dublin is always an education! The Viking Splash Tour is an amphibious way to see the city and for an ultra modern feel why not take a tour of the all new Aviva Stadium.
The Antrim Coast is one of the most beautiful journeys anywhere in Ireland. When you consider that this stretch of iconic coastal landscape includes a World Heritage Site, historic ruined castles and the world's oldest whiskey distillery, you begin to understand it's an absolute must visit and it's one that you don't have to go too far to enjoy.