Our destination experts' profiles

Adam

Area of expertise - Cantabria

Lots of teachers tell me that having Pablo, our NST Destination Manager for Cantabria, as their representative is of a huge benefit. They say the knowledge that he has is amazing and that he really makes the process easier for groups when they arrive in Cantabria.

Caroline

Area of expertise – Krakow

Krakow is a remarkable historical city. I'd highly recommend a meeting with a Concentration Camp Survivor or relative. This is a unique and humbling experience where the speaker captivates the group with their astonishing memories and a remarkable survival.

Danielle

Area of expertise – Paris

I would highly recommend taking a relaxing cruise on the river Seine in Paris. It is a great way to view the city and many famous landmarks. Headsets are provided in a variety of languages which is great for those wanting to improve their language skills.

Helen

Educational Tour Co-ordinator

Have your parents’ evening early. By doing so you'll have plenty of time to make sure pupils have a valid passport, discuss and arrange visas and sort out any rooming issues.

Joanne

Area of expertise – Barcelona

If you're travelling around the city centre on public transport, the most economical way is for groups to purchase T10 tickets.

Lucy

Area of expertise – London

London is a hugely popular city, so book early to ensure you can get your most suited accommodation and preferred visits too.

Madlen

Area of expertise – China

To travel to China each person will need a visa. We will provide you with information on the application process and you can also speak to our travel partner, ASLA, who will give useful tips.

Michael

Educational Travel Advisor

What teachers love about NST is the fact we can tailor-make the entire trip for them with our extensive range of curriculum-linked programmes. We can also offer advice and suggestions based on other teachers' trip experiences.

Michelle

Educational Travel Advisor

Teachers tell me that the NST Go Explore resources are a fantastic tool for language trips. They say they are a useful tool for pupils and very handy for their vocabulary whilst on tour. They also save teachers so much time!

Rachel

Area of expertise – WWI Battlefields

It is well worth taking an NST Educationalist Guide. Their WWI knowledge is endless. They pitch to the level of the group and really capture pupils' imaginations, whilst allowing staff to focus on the individual needs of the group.

Sarah

Educational Travel Advisor

To increase your ‘catchment’ of students, open up the trip to other subject groups that will all benefit from your chosen destination and their curriculum focus.

Toni

Area of expertise – Geneva

When travelling to Geneva it is not necessary to pay for airport transfers or coaching within the city and all visitors will receive a free public transport pass at the airport. The public transport in Geneva in excellent