• Warsaw

    Poland’s capital city has so much to offer for school groups. It is a hub for culture, art and sciences and beautiful historical architecture.

  • Krakow

    The inviting city of Krakow is arguably Poland's most popular attraction, as it has plenty to offer everyone in terms of art, history and culture.

  • WWI & WWII

    A visit to the WWI & WWII sites in France & Belgium is a real ‘out of classroom’ experience that students will long remember.

  • Edinburgh

    Edinburgh is a stunning city filled with dramatic prospects and a torrid history.

  • Budapest

    Budapest is arguably the most beautiful city in central Europe and an architectural gem.

  • Moscow & St Petersburg

  • Prague

    One of the most diverse and fascinating cities in Europe, Prague is a hub of culture and arts with a rich history.

  • Vienna

    The city of Vienna is a cultural haven which is home to grand imperial palaces, a whole district of art museums, an historical centre and masses of glorious green parkland's and gardens.

  • Berlin

    It is difficult to think that this city has suffered so much during this century. Bombed and blasted, split into two and then healed as one in 1989.

  • London

    As Europes' largest city, London is pacey and animated although there are many opportunities for taking things easy.

  • WWI & WWII

    A visit to the WWI & WWII sites in France & Belgium is a real ‘out of classroom’ experience that students will long remember.

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