Chic Paris is great for Art, Design & Photography students alike. Arrive into the French capital and check in to your centrally located hotel - perfect for access to all of Paris' main attractions.
You'll be able to visit the Louvre, Sacre Coeur Basilica and the spectacular Musee d'Orsay, not forgetting the impressive Cathédrale Notre Dame!
While you walk around the city, make sure you have your cameras and pencils at the ready to capture all that Paris has to offer. Your taste buds won't be missing out either while you sample typical Parisian cuisine. If you're feeling fit, why not tackle the Eiffel Tower's 1,710 steps? Maybe not, eh!
This tour can be customised to your students curriculum or learning objectives, just ask one of our friendly Educational Travel Experts.
Cool kid Berlin is perfect for students that are taking Art & Design! Arrive into the arty and historical capital of Germany, kicking off your day with a hearty German meal for the upcoming activities.
Why not embark on a scavenger hunt around the city's street art? Walking around the Potsdamer Platz, take a trip to the Holocaust Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie. The Berlin Wall, the ultimate symbol of communist repression, is a must see! Thierry Noir was the first to paint cartoonish graffiti, now one of many artistic creations along the East Side Gallery of The Wall.
On your final day, enjoy a invigorating Spree River Cruise throughout the heart of the city, taking in Berlin's architecture. A juxtaposition of the old and new.
Barcelona is an artists delight! Home to the famous Gaudi, Picasso, Dali and Velazquez...there is more art and design than you could ever wish for.
Begin your Arts trip with a stroll along Barcelona’s iconic thoroughfare, Las Ramblas, stopping en route at landmark market Barqueria Marquet before enjoying some tapas. This is a great place for people watching and portraits!
Later on your trip experience Gaudi’s beautiful Catalan architecture at Park Güell, Casa Batlló and the Sagrada Familia. Don't forget to check out the Picasso Museum’s artistic gems too.