Rooted in art, architecture, music, literature and philosophy, European culture is heavily influenced by its long history, traditions and the various people groups that live within it such as the Slavic, Germanic and Indo-European people.
There are over 50 countries in the continent of Europe and it has the highest population density in the world, There are many languages spoken in Europe including French, Polish and Spanish. The most spoken languages are Russian, English, German, French and Italian.
France is the most popular tourist destination in the world with over 90 million tourists arriving in the land of fine food, each year. Cuisine in France is world-renowned and is the birthplace of favourites such as soufflés, mousse, croissants, crêpes, cheese and the humble baguette.
A school trip to Europe offers scenic beauty, rich history and dazzling artistic and culinary diversity. Visit Athens, the birthplace of democracy, or learn about the Renaissance in Florence. Explore the Napoleonic splendour of Paris, and the multilayered historical and cultural canvas of London.
Europe is an amazing school trip destination. It is welcoming, with excellent transport infrastructure and packed full of diverse learning opportunities. A school trip to Europe presents the opportunity to combine learning outcomes from STEM subjects, the arts, history and languages all in one place!
Immerse your students in powerful lost empires that shaped much of modern society. Explore some of the world’s best art galleries and museums. Get lost in the cultural heritage of Europe's greatest cities such as London, Paris and Rome and tour some of the most architecturally significant buildings in the world.
Europe is a small continent with excellent transport links, so you rarely have to travel longer than a few hours before you find yourself in a new and exciting location.
"Many thanks to 'Educating Adventures' Laura Milner and James Whiteley who put together a faultless itinerary logically explained and supported on the ground in each country. All time schedules worked perfectly with nothing left to chance."
Rodney Sipthorp, St Kevin's College, Europe Art Trip, October 2018.
Check out the trips available for your school in Europe. From STEM, history and music, there’s a trip to suit your school and subject.
Inspire the STEM minds of the future with tours of the world’s largest museum of science and technology and the largest particle physics laboratory.
Commemorate Anzac day with your students in Villers-Bretonneau and immerse your students in the Australian and New Zealand Western Front.
Home to the 'City of Music', Vienna, and the birthplace of Mozart, Europe is a great destination for a school music trip.