Venice is one of the greatest art cities in the world in the most unique setting: it is built on over 100 islands, connected by nearly 400 bridges and is a maze of alleyways, small squares, palaces, churches and shops. Its museums and galleries hold some of the world’s largest number of art treasures. Churches contain artistic gems and paintings by artists such as Titian, Tintoretto and Bellini. Venice is a fantastic destination for a school trip, particularly for Art groups who can hop off at any Vaporetti stop and sample the range of art on offer.
Aqualandia at Lido di Jesolo (Venice) is one of Italy's largest water parks. Opens May to September. Please ask us for more details.
Day Trip to Bologna
Bologna offers a chance to rest and savour all the pleasures of Italian city life before joining the masses of tourists in Florence and Venice. Surrounded by hills, the city's centre is still much as it was during the Renaissance: dusky red-coloured buildings, wide piazzas and covered walkways with floors laid with marble. But Bologna provides the best of several worlds; it has beautiful piazzas, churches and museums, but is also a thriving university town, filled with cafes, bars and nightlife, and is famous for its pasta, sausage, cheese, wine and gelato.
Day Trip to Florence
The cultural and historical impact of Florence is overwhelming. Close up, however, the city is one of Italy's most atmospheric and pleasant, retaining a strong resemblance to the small late-medieval centre that contributed so much to the cultural and political development of Europe.
Day Trip to Padua & Vicenza
Padua is a walled city situated along the Bachiglione The Basilica and Botanical gardens are found on the southern edge of town.
The ancient Roman layout of Vincenza is still virtually intact . This is the home of the nobility who splashed out on architecture and villas – especially the classical architect Palladio.
Day Trip to Verona
Take a trip to the home of Romeo and Juliet and enjoying this beautiful city with its famous amphitheatre.
Gardaland is the biggest amusement park in Italy and one of the largest in the whole of Europe. It offers its visitors no less than 11 different shows each day and 5 restaurants on a theme, all part of a magnificent park with fabulous plants, carefully maintained flowerbeds and hedges cut into extraordinary shapes which are already an attraction in themselves.
Unique attractions lead the visitors in search of far away worlds like the mysterious Valley of the Kings, Merlin’s Castle, the Medieval Joust, the Pirate’s Galleon or the fantastic journey on board rubber dinghies amidst oriental temples.
Guided Tour of Venice
A guided tour of Venice on foot will offer the opportunity to see the main attractions around the area of St Mark’s Square. This will include St Mark’s Church and the Doge’s Palace. An experienced guide will give information on the history of the city and will be able to answer any questions you have on the city.
Italia in Miniature
Visit miniature Italy, one of the country’s top attraction, have a look at all of Italy’s top attractions in one place! Ask us for more details.
Venice Ghost Walk
Take an enchanting route full of surprises as you hear intriguing ghost stories and legends of Venice. See a different side of Venice as you explore this mysterious city after sunset. Walking tours last 90 minutes and take place from Wednesday to Saturday at 8pm.
La Rotonda is situated atop a hill in suburban Vicenza. Its four facades look out upon cultivated fields on three sides and a wooded slope on the fourth. The central dome, one of Palladio's most famous and imitated motifs, was itself inspired by the Pantheon of ancient Rome.