Rich in monuments, museums and churches.

Florence is the capital of Tuscany and is the region’s most popular city. Rich in monuments, museums and churches, the entire city centre was recorded in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

The Birthplace of Beauty

From the 14th to 16th centuries, Florence rose to become one of the most important cities in Europe. Exceptional artists, architects and writers such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Botticelli transformed Florence into the heart of the Renaissance. Places of interest include the Uffizi Gallery; Galleria dell’Accademia (home to Michelangelo’s statue of David); the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore; and Ponte Vecchio.


Popular Excursions

  • Baptistery of San Giovanni
  • Florence Cathedral
  • Gallerie dell’Accademia
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Ponte Vecchio
  • The Boboli Gardens
  • The Gallery of Modern Art
  • The Pitti Palace
  • Uffizi Gallery

Feel inspired in Florence

This beautiful region is also an inspirational location for bands, choirs, orchestras and other music groups. On a visit to this delightful city, relax in the splendid Boboli Gardens with their antique statues, grottoes and fountains.

The world’s greatest collection of art treasures.

Italy has an extraordinary wealth of culture for visitors to delve into, from Romanesque to Renaissance to the modern culture of a thriving European nation.

History, Art and Culture

The country really does have it all: one of the most contrasting and beautiful landscapes in Europe; thousands of years of turbulent history; the world’s greatest collection of art treasures (many on display in spectacular cities and buildings); a favourable climate; and a delightful and authentic gastronomy.


Bay of Naples / Amalfi Coast

See for yourself the magical beauty of the Northern Lights.

A trip to the vibrant metropolis of Reykjavík will allow your group to capture the magical beauty of the Northern Lights, experience powerful volcanic eruptions at the Volcano House Cinema, or take a whale-watching trip and find out more about these mysterious mammals.

Natural Wonders and Modern Culture

As well as experiencing Iceland’s natural wonders, a trip to Reykjavík will provide your group with plenty of culture. This cosmopolitan city’s galleries, museums and theatres will take you on a journey from ancient to avant-garde.


Popular Excursions

  • Akranes Photografical Museum
  • Akureyri Botanical Garden
  • Akureyri Museum
  • Aquarium and Museum of Natural History – Saeheimar
  • Aurora Borealis Northern Lights
  • Austurland Archive
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Borgarnes Museum
  • East Iceland Heritage Museum
  • Eirikstaddir – Living Museum
  • Eyrarbakki Maritime Museum
  • Fridheimar Greenhouse
  • Gjábakkahellir Cave
  • Gullfoss Waterfall
  • Hallgrímskirkja Church, Reykjavik
  • Hellishedi Power Plant Geothermal Energy Exhibition
  • Höfdi House
  • Húsavík Museum
  • Icelandic Horse Riding
  • Kirkjufell Mountain
  • Laugavegur Hiking Trail
  • Leiðarendi Cave
  • Maelifell Volcano, Myrdalsjökull Glacier Park
  • Reykjanes Heritage Museum
  • Reykjavik City Museum
  • Skaftafell Ice Cave, Vatnajökull National Park
  • Snæfellsjökull Glacier
  • Strokkur Geyser
  • Sólheimajökull Glacier Walk
  • The Golden Circle Tour
  • The National and University Library of Iceland
  • Vatnajökull Glacier
  • Vatnasafn / Library of Water
  • Whale Watching

The perfect destination

Whatever you choose to do, you will leave Iceland feeling relaxed and re-energised.

An unforgettable experience for everyone.

Explore London’s West End through the magic of theatre. Catch a show at one of the capital’s famous theatres with tickets to an array of award-winning plays and spectacular musicals.

The Magic of the Theatre

From the amazing sights of Broadway to the unforgettable experience of a West End show, there are so many popular options to choose from. IBT can book any show for your group including Matilda the Musical, Disney’s the Lion King, Disney’s Aladdin and even the ongoing classic CATS to name just a few.


Breathtakingly beautiful landscape with plenty to investigate.

Iceland is an ideal location for geography groups as well as leisure & tourism and art & design students. Iceland’s spectacular landscape and distinct features – boiling mud pools, spurting geysers, glaciers and waterfalls – provide plenty for students to discover and ample inspiration for artists and photographers.

An amazing experience

This beautiful country, which is constantly evolving, is a fantastic destination for students to expand on their geography, geology, green energy and sustainable development knowledge. In addition, Iceland offers up a multitude of outdoor activities, such as river rafting, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, boat tours and swimming.



Attractive destination for school groups with some excellent shopping and dining

Lille, France’s second largest metropolitan area, is located in French Flanders and has cultural and historical connections with Belgium. With a reputation for friendliness, it has a thriving student population that drives its cutting edge and buzzing nightlife.
Lille is a self-confident and attractive destination for school groups with some excellent shopping and dining – always a favourite for anyone wishing to experience a glittering Christmas market excursion.

Rich History

Birthplace of Charles de Gaulle, Lille has a wealth of museums and places of interest that will keep your students endlessly occupied. Popular attractions include; the Palais des Beaux Arts (Lille’s world-renowned Fine Arts Museum), Maison Natale de Charles de Gaulle (the house in which de Gaulle was born), The Resistance Museum, Outdoor Market (the city’s largest outdoor market) and the Municipal Zoo.


Popular Excursions

  • Betises de Cambrai (Sweet Factory)
  • Boulangeri Patisserie Au Grand Richelieu
  • Charles de Gaulle Birthplace & Museum
  • Eura Lille
  • Guided Tour of Lille
  • Lille Christmas Market
  • Rungis Market
  • The Resistance Museum

Charming at Any Time of Year

Whatever your reason for embarking on a visit to Lille, you are sure to be impressed by this undeniably charming city.

The capital city of Europe.

Strasbourg is a dynamic and vibrant city. Following the Second World War, the city was chosen as the European capital and it stands as a shining symbol of reconciliation.

Home to numerous international organisations and a wealth of historical monuments, the entire town centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Europe’s capital

Strasbourg has no shortage of culture, including museums, theatres, an opera house, concert halls, and many annual festivals.


Popular Excursions

  • Council of Europe
  • European Court of Human Rights
  • European Parliament
  • Guided Tour of Strasbourg
  • Le Palais du Pain d’Epicese
  • Strasbourg Cathedral
  • Struthof Concentration Camp

Something for Everyone

For music and science, excursions include the superb concert venues at Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower bandstand, La Madeleine church, the Palais de la Decouverte (Palace of Discovery), the Marie Curie Museum and Futuroscope theme park. A trip to the permanent math exhibition at La Villette Cite de Sciences et de L’Industrie is highly recommended for math students.

On a trip to Strasbourg don’t miss: The Petite French Quarter (a picturesque and charming district with narrow lanes, canals and locks); Cathedral Notre Dame (a masterpiece of Gothic art); the European Parliament (two buildings, an ellipsis and a circle representing the exchange between democracy and power); and a Batorama boat tour (providing a gentle journey past Strasbourg’s main attractions).

Vast amount of museums, galleries and entertainment options to stimulate students.

Interested in exploring places that suit your curriculum without the need to go abroad? Then London is a fantastic destination with a plethora of opportunity for school groups.

With the advantage of easy access to visits that are geared towards your area of interest, London offers excursions that will complement and consolidate the learning experience.

So Much to See and Do

There are a vast amount of museums, galleries and entertainment options to stimulate students in this famous city.


Popular Excursions

  • 10 Downing Street
  • Bank of England Museum
  • Big Ben
  • Brit Movie Tours
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Canary Wharf
  • Chelsea Football Club: Museum and Stadium Tour
  • Chessington World of Adventure
  • Churchill War Rooms
  • Covent Garden
  • Emirates Air Line – Royal Docks
  • Guided Tours
  • HMS Belfast
  • Houses of Parliament
  • IMAX Theatre
  • Imperial War Museum
  • Kensington Palace
  • London Bridge Experience
  • London Dungeons
  • London Transport Museum
  • London Zoo
  • Madame Tussauds
  • Millenium Bridge
  • National Gallery
  • National History Museum
  • National Maritime Museum
  • Nelsons Column
  • Old Bailey
  • Piccadilly Circus and Eros
  • SEA LIFE London Aquarium
  • Saatchi Gallery
  • Shakespeare’s Globe
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • Tate Modern Gallery
  • Thames River Cruise
  • The British Museum
  • The London Eye
  • The Science Museum
  • The Shard
  • Theatre Royal Drury Lane Tour
  • Thorpe Park
  • Tower Bridge
  • Tower of London
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Up at the O2
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter

Endless attractions

The British Museum, The Imperial War Museum, Natural History Museum, Tate Modern, The National Gallery, London Eye, London Dungeon, The Science Museum, Tower of London, Madame Tussauds, Royal Opera House, Royal Albert Hall, Buckingham Palace… the list goes on and on.

A stunning location for students to explore.

With its glorious mountains, crystal clear waters and tumbling foothills, a trip to the French Alps is an ideal destination for students studying geography.

Stunning Scenery

Commanded by the breathtaking Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in the European Union, the French Alps is a stunning location for students to learn about glaciation and its impact on the landscape.


Popular Excursions

  • Aiguille du Midi cable car
  • Albert Ville Olympic Capital (and la cite de condflas)
  • Aqualand
  • Beaufort Cheese Co-operative
  • Evian Town Square
  • Lake Annecy
  • Le Bouveret
  • Mer de Glace
  • Montreux Jazz Festival
  • Train du Montenvers

Bring learning to life

The region is also a great place to survey and examine the effect of tourism on the environment in towns such as Chamonix, Annecy and Grenoble.

Wealth of art, architecture and design.

Amsterdam is a fantastic cultural source of inspiration for students of all disciplines, particularly budding artists and designers as the city contains a wealth of art, architecture and design.

Art & Architecture

In the Rijks Museum, students will find masterpieces by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Vermeer and Hals as well as works by the modern European movement, Cobra, among many others. The Rembrandt Museum displays a permanent exhibition of paintings and etchings by Rembrandt and groups will gain tremendous insight by viewing the restored home and studio of one of the art world’s most illustrious figures. Museums are the main tourist attraction in Amsterdam, however the city has many fascinating buildings, such as the Royal Palace, the gothic-renaissance Oude Kerk and the Amsterdam Arena stadium (home of Ajax Football Club).


Popular Excursions

  • Amsterdam Arena
  • Amsterdam Canal Cruises
  • Anne Frank House
  • Apenheul Primate Park
  • Bowling Noordwijk
  • Corpus Museum of Human Body
  • Corrie Ten Boom Museum
  • Efteling Theme Park
  • De Nederlandsche Bank
  • Dolfinarium
  • Euronext
  • Gassan Diamonds
  • Kroller-Muller Museum
  • Omniversum (iMax Cinema)
  • Rembrandt Museum
  • Rijks Museum
  • Space Expo
  • Stedelijk Museum
  • The National Liberation Museum 1944-1945
  • Van Gogh Museum
  • Walibi World
  • World of Ajax Tour – Amsterdam Arena
  • Zaanse Schans