An A-Z of school trip ideas

A – Andalucia

School trips to Spain offer rich cultural experiences and a vibrant artistic heritage. Andalucia has a range of destinations for Spanish trips with many beautiful cities to explore Córdoba, Granada, Málaga, Seville and a must see is the stunning Puente Nuevo of Ronda. We also offer a food technology trip to the region.

B – Berlin

School trips to Germany remain popular and historic Berlin has a variety of key sights that will give students an understanding of the city’s history as well as the chance to extend their German language skills.

C – Cantabria

Consider a less travelled area for your next Spanish trip and visit Cantabria. An opportunity to see the Picos Mountains and visit Cabarceno Natural Park.

D – Disneyland® Paris

Take a school trip to Paris and combine with Disneyland Paris to add an element of magic to your French trip!

E – Etna, Sicily

Sicily provides no end of geography jewels but it is also suitable for classics and food technology school trips.

F – Fuerteventura

Another great destination for geography trips, Fuerteventura adds an extra element of astronomy!

G – Greece

There are options of two or three centre educational tours focusing on classical history for your school trip to Greece.

H – Honfleur

School trips to Normandy remain one of our most popular destinations and a firm favourite with us.

I – Iceland

Iceland school trips are our most popular geography field trip destination and as the land of fire and ice, it certainly covers a breadth of unforgettable experiences.

J – Jerez, Cadiz

We offer Spanish trips with a language focus in conjunction with the Spark Spanish centre in Cadiz. Take a trip to Jerez to watch a traditional horse dressage show and visit the Alcázar of Jerez de la Frontera.

K – Krakow

School trips to Europe enable students to experience key moments in European history. Visit Krakow as part of your KS3 Holocaust related studies to add true meaning and depth of understanding.

L – Lille

School trips to France can include a festive Christmas market trip to Lille – combining festive cheer with French language and culture.

M – Madrid

Madrid is a great choice for school trips to Spain. As well as being suitable for cultural Spanish trips, it may also interest you if your subject area is business studies.

N – New York

School trips to New York allow your students to experience a vibrant modern city with no end of iconic sights.

O – Opal Coast

Opal Coast is as close as you can get for school trips to France! It’s a great place to start if you’re taking students on their first trip abroad.

P – Paris

School trips to Paris are ever popular and for an excellent reason. Try the new FlyView Paris excursion to experience a virtual reality jetpack flight around the city!

Q – Quebec

As school tour operators, we take schools all over the globe! Quebec is a great choice for educational tours as well as a stopover for school ski.

R – Rome

Italy is increasingly popular with our schools with Rome taking centre stage.

S – Switzerland

For science school trips, look no further than Switzerland with the CERN centre.

T – Tolon

For classics, visit the theatre at Epidavros, Mycenae and the Tomb of Agamemnon.


Choose from the East or West Coast options. School trips to New York, Washington, San Francisco based tours all offer a trip of a lifetime.

V – Venice

To keep costs down, you can stay in LidoLido di Jesolo.

W – Washington

Visit the heart of USA politics.

X – X’ian

If you want to do something completely different, consider a secondary school trip to China.

Y – Ypres

WWI Battlefield tours remain one of the most accessible and meaningful options.

Z – Zagorra

Desert and mountains – as you camel trek with your student to a bedouin camp, you’ll know you are on a geography field trip with a difference.

Categories: Guides

by Ewan Cheyne


Categories: Guides

by Ewan Cheyne


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