Architecture, culture, tradition and beautiful landscapes.

Germany offers a diverse array of attractions for school groups – ideal for German language students but also for business studies, art & design and history students among others.
With its abundance of stunning architecture, culture, tradition and beautiful landscapes, Germany has a deep historical past, exciting present and an interesting future.


Black Forest
Christmas Markets

Something for Every Student

Situated at the very heart of Europe, this country offers up its capital, Berlin, for trips that could include a visit to the legendary Bauhaus Museum, Brandenburg Gate and the Jewish Museum. Soak up the charm of German culture with a visit to the Christmas Markets of Aachen or Cologne, the world-famous Olympic Park in Munich or become lost in the magnificent castles of southern Germany.

Whether the roots of your visit are art, history, music, media, business studies or just sheer fun, you can be sure that your students will immerse themselves in excursions that will allow them to consolidate and extend their education.

Popular Excursions

Aachen Cathedral - AACHEN
The Bauhaus Building - BERLIN
Christmas Market - BERLIN
Olympic Park - MUNICH

A truly moving place to visit.

From the remains of the Somme battlefields to those of Verdun and beyond, the World War One Battlefields in France tell of the terrible cost of War.

No trip to Belgium is more memorable or poignant than a visit to the World War 1 Battlefields in Ypres, where students experience the living conditions in the trenches and the destructive power of war. As one of the most visited parts of the Western Front, where 250,000 soldiers died during the Great War in the defence of Ypres, battlefield sites include Hill 62 Sanctuary Wood Trench Museum and Bayernwald Croonaert Wood Trenches.

They shall grow not old.

A trip to Flanders Fields, where a million soldiers were wounded, missing or killed in action, reinforces the destruction and impact of war. There are hundreds of monuments and cemeteries, which have great historical significance for peoples of many nations. Visits include the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing that contains the names of over 50,000 officers and men.

A truly moving place to visit.

From the remains of the Somme battlefields to those of Verdun and beyond, the World War One Battlefields in France tell of the terrible cost of War.

The devastating nature of this terrible conflict was witnessed throughout the war along the Western Front, with huge armies dug into the muddy fields of France and advances involving hundreds of thousands of men bringing huge loss of life, often for little gain. Today, visitors to the WWI Battlefields in France will experience re-creations in museums, explore the surviving trench works and visit the memorials and cemeteries of those who died.

Discover the battlefields

There are numerous WWI Battlefields in France, and Ypres in Belgium, and you can organise thought-provoking places to visit on your tour by viewing our excursions below. Some of the most well known WWI sights include; Thiepval Memorial to the missing, Loch Nagar Crater, Tyne Cote Cemetery and Flanders Fields. Your students may explore many other places of interest in order to discover more about this devastating conflict.

Battlefield Excursions

Menin Gate
Flanders Field Museum
Hill 62 / Sanctuary Wood Museum
Langemark Cemetery
Thiepval Memorial to the Missing
Tyne Cot Memorial

Explore the land of the free.

Go for something a little different and take a journey across the pond on a visit to the USA. Iconic landmarks, action-packed adventure, breathtaking views, dazzling nightlife or total relaxation, the USA has it in abundance.

The Good Ol’  US of A

New York is the most popular destination of choice and offers a myriad of activity that will leave your group with many wonderful memories, whether the subject focus is art & design, business studies or fashion. Speak with one of our tour advisors if you would like to organise a visit to the USA.


New York

Experience imagination

Imagine a land where the wonderful world of Disney comes alive. Imagine a Disneyland® Park, where make believe is real. And Walt Disney Studios® Park, where the magic of Disney meets the magic of cinema.
Imagine a Disney® Village, where fun and entertainment stay open day and night. Seven Disney® Hotels, where sweet dreams come true in the very heart of the magic. Imagine you are here… In a Resort as big as imagination itself. Welcome to Disneyland® Paris. A holiday destination like no other.

The Magic is Closer than you think.

Top Attractions

Aerosmith Rock 'n' Roller Coaster
Sleeping Beauty Castle
Indiana Jones
Big Thunder Mountain
Hyperspace Mountain
Alice's Curious Labyrinth
Ratatouille: The Adventure
Pirates of the Caribbean
The Tower of Terror


Leisure and tourism at its very best

Overflowing with iconic landmarks, grand monuments, museums, famous artworks, stunning scenery and superb cuisine, Paris has it in abundance.
Where else to take your students than on a visit to this tremendous capital? On every corner, at every turn, this beautiful city bursts with opportunity and is the epitome of leisure and tourism at its very best.

Peerless Paris

Picasso, Van Gogh, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Monet… the list of some of the most revered artists the world has ever known is endless and Paris has original works by all of them. Inspire your groups with unrivalled opportunities to view masterpieces of stunning art, sculpture and architecture. The French Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, The Restoration, World Wars – France has endured its fair share of historical turmoil and Paris is a popular destination for our history tours.


History around every corner

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.