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- Event team services
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Locate My Trip Included in Every Tour
Locate My Trip is the easy, convenient way for your school to follow your group’s location whilst on tour and, has been specifically designed to provide reassurance to both parents and teachers and is included as STANDARD in all our tours.
We Take Responsibility
For every school and college who take a trip with us, a Maya nut tree will be planted in Peru supporting reforestation and we pledge to offset an additional tonne of CO2 through the Brazilian Amazon deforestation project. Learn more here.
Design & Technology Trips to Florence
Some of the greatest supercars and bikes in the world are manufactured just outside of Florence. We can arrange visits to the Lamborghini and Ferrari museums as well as the Ducati factory and museum. On a design & technology school trip to Florence students can marvel at the workmanship that goes into the design and manufacturing of cars which can sell for up to a million dollars!
Our sample itinerary provides you with an idea of the visits you can cover during your trip. We can tailor-make an itinerary to support your specific learning outcomes.
|1||Depart UK airport for flight to Pisa||Transfer to Florence with a stop at Leaning Tower on route||Free time exploring the city and evening meal|
|2||Visit to Ducati Motorcycle Factory||Visit to the Ferrari or Lamborghini Museum||Return to Florence for evening meal|
|3||Visit a Balsamic Vinegar or Parmesan Factory||Transfer to airport for return flight||Arrive UK|
|Morning||Depart UK airport for flight to Pisa|
|Afternoon||Transfer to Florence with a stop at Leaning Tower on route|
|Evening||Free time exploring the city and evening meal|
|Morning||Visit to Ducati Motorcycle Factory|
|Afternoon||Visit to the Ferrari or Lamborghini Museum|
|Evening||Return to Florence for evening meal|
|Morning||Visit a Balsamic Vinegar or Parmesan Factory|
|Afternoon||Transfer to airport for return flight|
Price Shown includes
- Return Air Travel
- 3 nights B&B Accommodation
- Specialist Group Travel Insurance
- Bespoke itinerary planning service
- Free Place Ratios
- Live Trip Tracking
- Online trip organiser & Travel App
- 24/7 support whilst you are away
Reasons to Visit
Ducati Museum & Factory
Located at the Ducati factory headquarters in Bologna, the 1,000 square metre Ducati Museum highlights 50 years of racetrack heritage. The Ducati Museum opened on June 12, 1998, during the first annual WDW (World Ducati Week), and was officially inaugurated on October 16th later that year. The Museum has preserved over half a century of Ducati racing history and also the history of the company (before it produced motorcycles) founded by the Ducati brothers in 1926.
Galleria Ferrari Museum
Situated only a short distance from the Ferrari plant and the Fiorano circuit, the Galleria, though it remains the property of the Comune of Maranello, has been run directly by Ferrari since 1995. Today, more than ever, it has become the place where Ferrari’s past, present and future are preserved, giving the visitor a fascinating insight into the history of the Prancing Horse.
Pagani Factory Tours
Take a guided tour through the production facility of this supercar producer.
Opened in 2001, the Lamborghini Museum reviews all the important milestones reached by the House of the Raging Bull including all the exclusive supercars that have turned it into a legendary brand. It is also possible to tour the factory to see the production process of these supercars.
Leaning Tower of Pisa
The freestanding bell tower of the cathedral in Pisa is world-famous for its unintended tilt. Construction of the tower started in 1173 and took over 200 years to complete - it began to lean almost from the outset! This is a must see landmark for any visitor to Tuscany and creates a great photo opportunity for your students.
The most famous bridge in Florence and also the oldest, this structure with three stone arches replaced a wooden bridge which had crossed the Arno River at this spot since Roman times. The upper side of the bridge, known as the Vasariano corridor, was designed by Vasari to link the Palazzo Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery to the Pitti Palace; today it is an art gallery. The bridge is inhabited. Originally the sides held food shops but by the end of the 15th century the shops were assigned to goldsmiths and silversmiths. An opening midway across the bridge offers views of the river and shore.
Bargello National Museum
The National Museum has its setting in one of the oldest buildings in Florence and one of the most beautiful in Italy. Initially the headquarters of the Capitano del Popolo and later of the Podestà, in the sixteenth century it became the residence of the Bargello or head of police spies from which it took its name. The building is the setting mainly for works of sculpture and many examples of the decorative arts.
Panini Motor Museum
The collection of 19 vintage Maserati cars can be seen and enjoyed at the Museum known as CUP (Umberto Panini Collection).
Guided Tour of Florence
A sightseeing tour of Florence on foot will offer the opportunity to see all its main attractions including the Piazza della Signoria, the Duomo and the Ponte Vecchio. 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 and its buildings.
This gothic looking church was built in 1337. The extraordinary structure testifies to the historic evolution of the city, which once served as a granary in the gardens of the Sisters of San Michele during Florence's mercantile period.
Day Trip to San Gimignano & Siena
Take a trip to discover Tuscany’s medieval past. San Gimignano, is a small walled village famous for its fascinating medieval architecture and 14 towers that rise above all the other buildings offering an impressive views of the city and surrounding valley. Siena is likely Italy's loveliest medieval city. Built around the Piazza del Campo, it was devised as a work of art that blends into the surrounding landscape.
Day Trip to Lucca & Pisa
Pisa is best known for its leaning tower and is a real must see for any trip to Tuscany, but the city also has Romanesque buildings, Gothic churches, Renaissance piazzas and a lively street life making it the ideal stop. Nearby Lucca with its famous walls shields one of Italy's finest mediaeval treasures, an unspoilt site sprinkled with palazzi, towers and countless splendid churches. The surrounding hills produce some excellent wines and arguably, the finest olive oil in the entire world.
Grotta del Vento
Situated in the centre of the Apuan Alps' Natural Park, this is one of the most complete European caves. Following illuminated and easy-going trails, you can admire the many wonders of the underground world: from shining stalactites and stalagmites to polychrome flowstone, alabaster draperies, crystal-brimmed lakes, underground water-courses and bizarre forms of erosion.
Day Trip to Venice
Take a sightseeing tour around this fabulous city. Occupying 117 islands in the azure waters of the Adriatic, this lagoon city is a watery maze of grand canals, 177 smaller canals, over 400 bridges and the world's most famous sandbar, the Lido. Though thoroughly walkable, getting around Venice is a mesmerizing experience aboard the city's variety of public transport boats, the vaporetti or smaller (and more expensive) motoscafi.
Day Trip to Volterra
The “magic and mysterious” city of Volterra has its roots in three thousand years of history. It is possible to find evidence and traces from every historical period, which gives the artistic city a unique aspect. Explore the 12th century city walls, narrow streets, palaces, tower houses and churches.
The remarkable Duomo, of Santa Maria del Fiore, with its pink, white and green marble façade and characteristic dome, dominates the city's skyline. The building took almost two centuries to build (and even then the façade wasn't completed until the 19th century), and is the fourth-largest cathedral in the world. It also houses the crypt of Santa Reparata.
Day Trip to Assisi
Known primarily as the birthplace of St. Francis (1182-1226 AD), Assisi has been a sacred town since long before the Franciscan era. Visitors can enjoy stunning architecture, well know artistic works and medieval and Renaissance culture.
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What you say
The guided tour was very good. The lady was very friendly and flexible. She did not talk too much and she tried to entertain the students.
The John Henry Newman RC School