School Italian Culture Trip to Rome

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Watch your students step back in time on your Italian school trip to Rome!

Much of the Italian culture stems from its Roman roots and so where better than the capital for an Italian school trip? Your students will love immersing themselves in the vibrant Italian culture while seeing some of the most famous ancient sights in the world, including the Colosseum.

You can explore Rome’s many excellent museums and art galleries, and sample plenty of the delicious cuisine. And make sure you spend some time exploring Vatican City, the state within the city, and home to the pope, as well as some of the most iconic works of art in the world.

You could also choose to turn this into a cross-curricular trip by teaming up with your school's art, classical studies or religious studies department!

School Italian Culture Trip to Rome

From

£549PP

4 days, 3 nights

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Suggested Itinerary

Day 1

Afternoon

Flight to Rome, on arrival transfer to hotel
Day 2

Morning

Visit to the Colosseum and Roman Forum

Afternoon

Visit to the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps

Evening

Free time for evening meal
Day 3

Morning

Visit the Vatican - St. Peter’s Basilica followed by visit to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel

Afternoon

Visit to the Pasta Museum

Evening

Free time for evening meal
Day 4

Morning

Visit to a city market or Via Nazionale for shopping

Afternoon

Transfer to airport for return flight to the UK
  • 3 nights' bed and breakfast accommodation
  • Airport taxes and passenger duty at current rates
  • Airport transfers in resort
  • ATOL protected return flights from the UK
  • Comprehensive travel and medical insurance
  • Detailed information pack
  • Free staff place ratio 1:10
  • Itinerary planning service
  • Vamoos travel app - giving you access to all your trip documents on your phone or tablet
  • VAT at current rates to tour operators

Curriculum

A Level
  • Aspects of Italian society
  • Music and media
  • Cultural heritage: festivals and customs
  • Immigration and cultural diversity
  • Mussolini and the Fascist party
  • Individual research project opportunities
GCSE
  • Food, drink and eating out
  • Daily life and free time activities
  • Customs, celebrations and festivals
  • Home, town and neighbourhood
  • Sports and music events
  • Holiday destinations
  • Travel and tourism
  • Understanding Italian culture and identity
Key Stage 3
  • Exploring the town
  • Hobbies and pastimes
  • Food and drink
  • Eating out
  • Introducing yourself
  • Describing others
  • Likes and dislikes
  • Cultural traditions

Accommodation

Hotel Lazio

The 3* hotel Lazio offers 61 well furnished guestrooms all equipped with an ensuite bathroom, TV and telephone. Students will usually be accommodated in multi-bedded rooms and staff in twins.

Educational Activities

Borghese Gallery and Museum

The Borghese Gallery and Museum houses awonderful collection of some of the most important Renaissance and Baroque paintings in the

The Catacombs of Saint Callixtus

An important religious site for early Christians, the Catacombs of St Callixtus, which siton the Appian Way (Via Appia) -

Time Elevator

Time Elevator Rome is a sensational experience; a 'must-see' for every tour group. Amulti-sensory show of the history of Rome

Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel

The world's smallest state manages to play host to one of the finest art galleries.

Cultural Activities

Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheatre)

Echoing the giant stadiums of today, the Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre ever built by the Romans.

Pantheon

This breathtaking domed structure has survived intact from the first century to the present day, and its architectural influence can

St. Peter's Basilica

This vast sixteenth-century Italian renaissance cathedral replaced an earlier structure dating from the fourth century, St. Peter's draws pilgrims and

Supporting you every step of the way

Creating your perfect trip

Your quote will be put together by an experienced Tour Adviser who’ll be an expert in the subject area and will know the destination really well too. They’ll work with you to create a trip to suit your group’s needs and meet your learning objectives.

Launching your trip to parents and students

The next step is to get your trip approved and then get students signed up to it. Our ‘Trip Launch Pack’ will help you with this step. This is full of resources (all free to download) designed to make your life easier at this crucial point in the trip planning process.

After you’ve booked

Once you’ve booked, your dedicated Itinerary Coordinator will start work on the finer details. They’ll make sure your itinerary makes the most of your time and they’ll take on most of the admin tasks for your trip (freeing you up to do what you do best – teach).

Support while you’re away

From lost property to properly lost, we’ll always be on the end of the phone while you’re out on the trip. You’ll get a final info pack before you go, as well as access to all your trip documents via the Vamoos app.

After your trip
We’ll ask you for feedback, so we can improve our service. Let’s start planning your next trip too, so parents have plenty of time to pay (and so it’s less stressful for you). And don’t forget to head to our resources hub to continue the learning back in the classroom.

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Your school trip will be fully financially protected

Your group's safety will be prioritised

Your trip will be a quality educational experience

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