Supreme doorstep skiing!

Spectacularly set beneath the high peaks of the stunning Brenta Dolomites, the Val di Sole ski area is one of Europe’s most fashionable resorts offering excellent value for money with its scenic, wooded and easily navigable slopes, all served by a state-of-the art lift system.
Enjoy a taste of luxury in the magnificent embrace of the Brenta Dolomites!
  • Doorstep skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Spectacular scenery and ambience
  • Superb quality hotels
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 850m–2500m
  • No. of Lifts: 59
  • No. of Trails: 108
  • Easy Runs: 49
  • Medium Runs: 39
  • Difficult Runs: 20
  • Skiable Area: 156km
  • Longest Run: 5.8km
  • Snow Making: Over 95%
  • Lift Pass: Campiglio di Brenta
  • Pizza / Ice Cream / Crepe evenings
  • Ice-Skating
  • Swimming
  • Night skiing
  • Bowling
  • Disco
  • Dog sledding

A fantastic experience

The resort’s pedestrianised centre has a great variety of restaurants, cafes & shops and exudes pure Italian charm in a relaxed, refined atmosphere that attracts Italian and international visitors alike. Where else can your group experience fabulous doorstep skiing followed by the excitement of dog sledding? With one of the best snow records in the Dolomites, and state of the art snow making, snow cover is almost guaranteed over the whole 150km ski area and bad weather won’t disrupt your skiing as the tree lined slopes offer plenty of shelter to keep you skiing.

The Ski Area

The Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta (Madonna di Campiglio/Folgàrida/Marilléva/Pinzolo) has runs at all levels of difficulty. From long, wide gentle slopes to challenging tree-lined runs, there is something for everyone and is the perfect resort for school groups.

It’s generally acknowledged in the ski world that there are few resorts with such a good selection of long blue and red runs and the modern efficient lift system (with wi-fi hotspots) means more time on snow and less time on lifts as you explore the whole area.

Perfect for beginners…

Beginners will enjoy the easy access to the gentle slopes and the great progression on to longer blue runs radiating down from the Pradalago and Passo Groste peaks. The fabulous tree lined slopes make for an excellent teaching environment and students will soon be chasing onto the long red runs on Cinque Laghi & Monte Spinale areas before testing their ski legs by exploring over towards the Monte Vigo peak. From Monte Vigo skiers start above the tree line and sweep down the wide panoramic slopes into the trees towards Folgarida and Marilleva.

… and for Advanced skiers

To the south the resort of Pinzolo offers slopes to suit all skiers but more advance skiers will be itching to try the Tulot Audi Black run – at 2.6km with up to 70% incline – a true test for all skiers. Adrenaline hunters are well catered for with the highlights being the Canalone Miramonti World Cup Run in Cinque Laghi; the Schumacher Streif from Monte Spinale and the black-diamond Amazzonia from the top of the Pradalago cable car not to be missed!…


Super value – perfect for school groups

Andorra is an independent principality situated between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains. Known for its great skiing and duty-free shopping, recent investment and modernisation of the resort infrastructure has launched Vallnord to the top of the ‘must try’ school ski destinations.
A good range of accommodation, après ski options plus updated lift system ensures that your ski trip will be a great success with pupils progressing quickly. The wide gentle slopes build confidence quickly and with a hot lunch included on the mountain you get more time on the mountain to explore over the ski area! Away from the slopes groups have easy access to a wide range of après ski activities (mainly in the capital city Andorra la Vella) such as bowling, swimming, a visit to Europe’s largest Spa, ice-skating, pizza night and of course tax-free shopping!
  • Great value packages
  • Beginner & early intermediate skiers
  • Hot lunch on the mountain included
  • Après Ski activities
  • Resort Height: 1550m–2560m
  • No. of Lifts: 45
  • No. of Trails: 67
  • Easy Runs: 14
  • Medium Runs: 47
  • Difficult Runs: 6
  • Skiable Area: 63km
  • Longest Run: 6km
  • Snow Making: Over 60%
  • Lift Pass: Pal & Arinsal areas
  • Swimming
  • Thermal Spa
  • Tax Free Shopping
  • Bowling
  • Ice Skating
  • Pizza Night

Ski Area

The Pal / Arinsal ski areas offer early skiers the best possible confidence building start on the wide gentle slopes at the top of the La Massana or Arinsal gondolas where magic carpets await the 1st time skiers. In no time the students will have their ski legs and will be heading up to explore the long blue runs radiating from the Pla de la Cot above La Massana or the Pic Negre (2560m) in Arinsal. Spectaular confidence building runs through the trees that the experienced instructors will use to improve technique before trying out the more testing red runs above the tree line from the Pic del Cubil on the La Massana side and the Pic Negre in Arinsal, all runs offering stunning views across the valley.

Flexible yet compact

The resorts are joined by a 50-person cable car so more advance skiers should be able to ski both areas in the same day and explore the more testing black runs from the Pic Alt de la Capa & Pic Negre.

The Arinsal area offers all levels of slope in a more compact area meaning that you will always be able to see how your pupils are developing and making it perfect for younger groups and party leaders who prefer a close supervision environment.


Multiple award winner at the 2020 International Ski Area Test

Situated 55km South of Salzburg, the Salzburger Sportwelt Region, one of Austria’s largest interconnected ski areas, offers wonderful winter sports terrain suitable for all skill levels.
With just one ski pass you can ski in the whole of the Salzburg Sportwelt, the Schladming-Dachstein area, the Grossarl valley, Gastein and the Hochkönig region. That is over 350km of well-prepared ski pistes all there for you. Tailored very much towards school groups, most of our accommodation is based near the massive Salzburger Sportwelt – the heart of the Ski Amadé.
  • Easter Skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Younger Children
  • Sole Occupancy
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 2168m (Glacier)
  • No. of Lifts: 270
  • No. of Trails: 144
  • Easy Runs: 145
  • Medium Runs: 181
  • Difficult Runs: 30
  • Skiable Area: 350+ km
  • Longest Run: 3.2km
  • Snow Making: 90% coverage
  • Lift Pass: Salzburger Sportwelt
  • Billiards
  • Bowling
  • Swimming at Aqua Salza Fun Pool
  • Pizza Night
  • Visit to Salzburg
  • Ice-cream Night
  • Mini Golf

Winner of “best groomed pistes” and voted the best ski resort in Austria 2015, the Salzburger Sportwelt Ski area has developed into one of Austria’s premier ski regions. Offering over 350km of beautifully groomed piste, the area offers an amazing choice of interconnected skiing made up of three areas, Flachau, Wagrain and St Johann-im-Pongau.

To get the most out of your tour we will ensure that your group will visit each of the areas during your stay by planning a provisional ski timetable based on the current snow conditions. Our ski school partner will be working towards the beginners in your group being able to ski from Flachau to Alpendorf all in one day. A massive achievement for the first timers.

Let it Snow!

The area boasts one of Europe’s best snow records. The resorts central alpine position ensures that whenever a snowstorm arrives in the Alps, from either the South or the North, it is going to fall on the slopes of the Sportwelt area. The season starts in early December and runs through until late April.

The Salzburger Sportwelt invests huge amounts of money annually in the comfort and technology of their 270 modern alpine lifts and cable cars. The resort is covered by over 1000 snow canons, improving the reliability of snow cover and therefore maximizing your ski experience.

This area excels at providing après-ski for school groups offering possibilities including billiards, bowling, swimming at Aqua Salza Fun Pool and Therme Amadé, a visit to Salzburg, ice-cream and pizza nights and mini golf. There are also many shops, cafés and bars.

Perfect for Beginners, Improvers & Experts Alike

Students will be totally spoilt for choice with the sheer volume of pistes and slopes in this incredible resort.

Most groups will head up the 6 seat high speed Gondola to the Gondl Stubn meeting point. From there, groups can enjoy the wide runs down from the Hirschkogel top station or head over to the superb beginners area at the Kreisten Alm restaurant. Once up and running the groups can really take advantage of the long red and blue runs that spread out from Hirschkogel & Sonntagskogel peak and enjoy the two-valley ski safari over to the town of Wagrain. Intermediate skiers can explore the whole area as the wide variety of red runs offer great opportunities for a young person to improve their skiing skills. Advanced skiers, will find that the area is not without its challenges; not least the extensive run from the Griessenkar ridge in Flachau.


Scotland’s dynamic, breathtaking capital.

There are plenty of exciting things to do on a visit to Edinburgh. With stunning architecture, endless winding streets and an awe-inspiring castle perched on a dormant volcano, there’s nowhere else quite like it.

Easily accessible for school groups of all interests – in Edinburgh, you’re never far from the most extraordinary and stimulating, cultural attractions!

Walk in the footsteps of historic Figures

Some of the best Edinburgh attractions can be found in the historic Old Town, such as the Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile. There are so many places to visit in Edinburgh, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Edinburgh Castle is alive with exciting tales of its time as a military fortress, royal residence and prison of war.


Edinburgh has it all

As well as the impressive historical attractions of the Old Town, Edinburgh’s New Town boasts an array of shops and restaurants. If you’re feeling adventurous, climb to the top of Arthur’s Seat, an extinct volcano with the best views of the whole city. From great artworks in galleries and treasured wonders in museums, to the spectacular world found at Camera Obscura… you’ll find this city has it all!

A truly moving place to visit

France has endured its fair share of historical turmoil and tribulation. The close proximity to Britain makes France a popular destination for our history tours. Normandy, in particular, is of interest to history groups where students will explore the largest and most determined operation ever mounted – the Normandy beach landings of June 1944.

Many of the museums and information centres are an invaluable resource for expanding educational awareness of the period. Other historical places to visit include; Arromanches 360 Cinema, Memorial du Souvenir at Dunkirk, the Palace of Versailles and Thiepval Memorial to the Missing among others.

Lest we Forget

In and around Normandy school groups can learn about the sacrifices the Allied troops made on the 6th of June 1944 (D-Day). Groups are encouraged to explore a wide range of memorials and museums dedicated to the memory of fallen soldiers.

We work with you to plan a trip that best suits your group and the sights you wish to see.

Picturesque, Medieval and Rich in Culture

Krakow is a picturesque medieval city that is every bit deserving of its World Heritage site status. The Old Town boasts Europe’s largest central square, packed with old structures and monuments. Having escaped destruction during World War II the city offers a deeper insight of the war years with visits to Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Galicia Jewish Museum and Schindler’s Factory Museum.

Krakow: Art at its heart

The city’s rich cultural and artistic life is inspirational for students of art and design, and it is home to the forward-thinking Cracow Schools of Art and Fashion Design.

Truly international city.

In Frankfurt, you will experience the largest financial centre on the continent and the financial core of the Eurozone – home of the German stock exchange, the Deutsche Bundesbank and the European Central Bank.

Set in a hi-tech, contemporary landscape, dominated by financial institutions, there is much to visit in the financial capital of Germany, particularly for business studies students.

A Major International City

In this truly international city, where there are many diverse cultures that enrich the hospitable atmosphere, there is so much more to investigate and explore. Home to its most famous son, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, you have the opportunity to tour the birthplace and restored house of this writer and politician at the Goethe House and Goethe Museum.


Popular Excursions

  • Adidas Factory
  • Commerzbank – Arena Football Stadium
  • Deutche Bank
  • Ebbelwei Express
  • European Central Bank
  • Explora Museum of Science and Technology
  • Höchst Old Town
  • Mathematikum
  • Money Museum of the Deutsche Bundesbank
  • Museum Riverbank
  • Opel Car Factory
  • Stock Exchange

A rich cultural experience

Frankfurt is a cultural gem with countless theatres and museums including; the Old Opera House, the International Theatre, the English Theatre, the German Film Museum, the German Museum of Architecture, the Caricatura Museum for Comic Art and the internationally renowned Stadel Museum.

A truly moving place to visit

Our battlefields and historical tours allow children to understand the gravity of war, and appreciate the impact of WW1 and WW2 in Europe. 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.

Bring history to life

In and around Normandy school groups can learn about the sacrifices the Allied troops made on the 6th of June 1944 (D-Day). Groups are encouraged to explore a wide range of memorials and museums dedicated to the memory of fallen soldiers.

We work with you to plan a trip that best suits your group and the sights you wish to see.

The UK – the place to find it all.

The UK – one of the world’s most popular destinations – provides the opportunity for educational visits right on our doorstep. An economical alternative to the more expensive tours abroad, England is particularly popular with London home to countless historical and modern attractions.

Closer to Home, But No Less Amazing

And of course, there is always Scotland, Ireland and Wales with their breathtaking scenery, magnificent heritage, spirited cultures, vibrant cities and endless places of fascination.


Theatre Tours
Alton Towers

Cities, Scenery and Scintillating Experiences

Whether you are seeking the energy of London, the history of medieval York, the captivation of Scotland’s castles or just want a fun experience at one of the many theme parks such as Alton Towers in the West Midlands, then the UK is the place to find it all – and more!

Unforgettable experiences

Italian Ski resorts have a charm and life of their own. Skiing in Italy is packed with special experiences that will provide you with unforgettable memories. Often, skiing in one part of Italy, the Aosta Valley for example where French is the main language, and skiing in the Sud Tirol, where German is prominent, is like skiing in two different countries.

The food too varies along the regional languages and cultures. One aspect that does not change however is Italy’s innate friendliness, and the easy-does attitude towards life.