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I am very eager to plan a educational school tour to Europe. Which are the best places to visit and best time of the year? We are planning a school trip for 7 days. Any suggestion about a travel company or travel agent would be welcome.

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    The most obvious places to go on a school trip to Europe is probably going to be the capital city of whichever country you have chosen; so Paris, Berlin, Rome, London, etc. Hostels can be a cost-effective form of accommodation but there are also purpose-built centres that cater to school trips. They are easily found through a Google search. In regards of the Travel Company for School Travel Voyager School Travel at http://www.voyagerschooltravel.com/ they provides school trips to various destinations in Europe almost 8 years ago

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    If you are near the West coast and plan on heading across to Ireland, the city of Dublin is a real treat and has lots to offer school groups, especially if you are studying its literary heritage, its political and cultural issues or its rich history. How about Italy with its ancient ruins; surely the only place to visit if the history of the Roman Empire is on the agenda. And a great place to learn about the Renaissance through the many art galleries and museums. Or for something a bit different, a journey north to witness the majestic island of Iceland. Many schools are choosing this incredible place to study its unique geography of geothermal pools, geysers and glaciers. http://www.clazwork.com over 4 years ago

    Answered by Britney Acosta via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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