School Trips to Italy
Land of pasta, pizza, grand piazzas, opera, Renaissance art and iconic architecture, Italy has a rich and vibrant culture that is all its own.
This makes the country an ideal destination for an unforgettable school trip, particularly if your focus is language, art, architecture or even a tour of world class museums and monuments. Cities such as Rome or Florence are steeped in history yet still bristle with the life of a modern city. There is so much to do and see on a school tour to Italy, which makes effective planning all the more essential to get the most out of your visit.
That’s exactly where we can help – NST have been organising school trips to Italy for both high school and primary school groups for over forty years, providing incredible learning experiences for thousands of students and taking the hassle away from thousands of teachers.
Take a look at our most popular options below, or feel free to get in touch for more information or free advice on our Italy school trips.
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Italian Language School Trips
A language tour to Italy is the best way to surround your class in Italian culture and encourage them to utilise their language skills in practical scenarios.
School Trips to Rome
When you ask somebody to list the world’s greatest cities it’s probably not long before Rome is mentioned. Experience one of our unforgettable school trips to Rome
School Trips to The Bay of Naples
School Trips to Lake Garda
The picturesque setting of Lake Garda – famed for being the largest lake in Italy – is situated roughly halfway between Milan and Venice. The lake itself is surrounded by plenty of quaint villages and rustic towns, and boasts an impressive events programme all year round.
School Trips to Venice
A school trip to Venice offers the opportunity for art students to scour the collections of Bellini, Titian and Giorgione – masters of the hugely influential Venetian artistic style.
School Trips to Sicily
A school trip to Sicily gives students a chance to visit one of the most active volcanoes in the world, Mt. Etna. This is a prime case study which is guaranteed to bring elements of physical geography to life outside the classroom.
School Trips to Tuscany
Tuscany is famed for its rolling hills, sprawling vineyards and historic cities such as Florence, Pisa and Turin, all of which are home to world renowned art collections and extraordinary architecture.
School Trips to Florence
A here presents the perfect opportunity for Italian language students to put their conversational skills to the test, while developing a taste for the authentic Italian way of life.