DFDS’ newest ferry, Côté des Dunes, made its maiden voyage from Calais to Dover on Tuesday (9th February).
Posted on:12 February 2016
Posted in: Language
The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, one of the world's largest, was opened to the public on this day in 1852.
Posted on:05 February 2016
Posted in: Art
If you're keen to arrange a school trip for your students, but are short on time, why not try a school day trip?
Posted on:03 February 2016
The 27th January is a poignant day here in the UK, as the nation marks Holocaust Memorial Day. The day has been marked since 2001 and nearly 4,000 events take place across the UK annually.
Posted on:27 January 2016
Posted in: History
James is one of our Itinerary Coordinators and has visited Berlin several times. Here are his top tips for history groups planning on visiting the German capital.
Posted on:20 January 2016
We are very pleased to announce that we are now offering trips focused on the history of warfare.
Posted on:18 January 2016
The Loire Valley is a magical choice for a school French trip, find out why.
Posted on:15 January 2016
Tagged with: French
Emma is our French Language Tours Specialist and has visited France many times over the years. Her favourite region is the Opal Coast, find out why.
Posted on:14 January 2016
With the addition of Lyon to our French Language Study Tour destinations, here are a few of our top tips on what to see and do on your trip there.
Posted on:11 January 2016
We're celebrating our 30th anniversary with a geography-themed competition, which got us wondering...what was happening in the world of geography in 1986?
Posted on:08 January 2016
Posted in: Geography
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