Known as Dinosaur Island, the Isle of Wight has more to offer students than just fossils: a residential trip will give them the chance to see geology in action.
Valencia’s stunning contemporary exhibition space makes the perfect residential trip for students of a range of arts and sciences subjects.
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The intricate sculptures of ice are other highlights of this carnival.
The short drive from the airport in Geneva to Morzine will take you to the heart of the Portes du Soleil region with its excellent range of skiing activities.
If you’ve never been skiing in Morzine before then you’re in for a treat! Check out our guide to the resort and the best runs on the mountain.
Himachal Pradesh is an untamed appeal. A location to set yourself free and send yourself to the most pious form of nature. Forget the locations of Himachal, even the roads you determine...
Take the short transfer from Geneva to Morzine and you’ll discover a raft of high-octane activities, from speed sledging to ice diving.
Don’t leave getting into shape until you get on to the snow, a few exercises a day for a couple of weeks will have you skiing like a pro in no time.
From dedicated children’s ski areas to excellent childcare, there are so many reasons to try family skiing in Morzine. I’m hard pushed to limit them to 10!
A school trip to Ypres, in the Belgian province of Flanders, introduces students to the In Flanders Fields Museum and the significant battlefields of WWI.
For secondary school students, an overnight school trip to Manchester offers the opportunity to immerse in the sporting culture and visit its iconic venues.
Passengers travelling on Italian river cruises are enthralled by the fascinating history and unique architecture Basilica of Santa Maria in Venice.
A whistle-stop tour round Venice’s gorgeous historical bridges - with fist fights, Grand Canals and sighing prisoners, it’s a fascinating ride.
With riots, beheadings and romance galore, Ferrara is the archetypical medieval Italian town. Uncover its thrilling history and discover what to see when you visit.