Italy

Land of Romans and Renaissance

Italy presents schools with an abundance of artistic, historical and geographic educational options to inspire your students.

From the glories of ancient Rome to the splendour of the Renaissance in Florence, to the watery majesty of Venice, there is something for every enthusiastic traveller.  Our trips are designed to provide schools with the optimal educational trip at a great price.

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

All of our trips and tours include transport and accommodation (where applicable), and full details of the extras included will be provided at quotation stage.

 

Our Tour Organisers will be with you from start to finish and support you throughout. You will also be allowed to access materials to help promote the trip and advertise what’s on offer.

We also have a 24 hour number to call when on the trip if any emergencies occur.

WHY CHOOSE US?

 Our love of travel and the experiences it brings, means that we try and ensure that the special experiences that your students encounter, will create a similar appetite in them, and give them memories that will stay with them forever. We also understand how daunting it can be when a teacher decides to take on a school trip. And while we know that we can’t do everything for you, we will do our best to ease the burden.  After all, we want you to come back again next year.

Italy’s language, iconic sights and amazing food makes this a popular choice with many school groups. We have built up relationships with suppliers and local agents in all of the areas we cover over numerous years which ensures we offer the highest quality trips to all of our customers.

We will organise your trip to your specific requirements, whether it’s a trip to Rome Florence, Venice or Naples, we all believe that providing young people with amazing experiences, shared with their friends and teachers can stay with them for ever.

“Both my students and I had a really good time.  Everything was well organised and I will definitely use your company again in the future.”