Our range of History, Government and Politics trips allow students to explore the great moments in history from slavery and the US Civil Rights through to the World Wars and the Cold War in Eastern Europe.
For History students, as the birthplace of the French Revolution, Paris is a great place to visit as is New York, the gateway to the land of opportunity providing an insight in to how mass immigration shaped the city and gave it its diverse and distinct neighbourhoods. Trips to the World War Battlefields in France provide an understanding as to why the World War I was known as the ‘’Great War’’ and why World War II as one of the deadliest conflicts in modern human history.
In Berlin students of 20th Century History gain an understanding of the key role the city has played in world history, and of its resilience and ability to continually reinvent itself. Nuremberg and Munich provide focus on Hitler and the Third Reich, and in Krakow students can really get to grips with life under Nazi occupation.
Washington DC has the three pillars of the US government; the President, Congress and Supreme Court which makes it a top place to visit for students of politics as well as Brussels being home to The European Commission, NATO and The European Parliament's Visitors Centre.
For combing History and Political references London is ideal with its 2000 years of history, including plague, devastating fire, civil war, the blitz, terror attacks and mass demonstration. Further afield a trip to Georgia & Alabama provides subject matter from slavery through to the Civil Rights Movement, and Russia from the opulence of the Tsars through to the revolution and birth of communism.
For a History school trip there are so many destination choices, if you have a specific place in mind and it is not listed or would like some help in choosing a suitable destination for your college or school educational trip, please contact us to discuss your options with one of our experienced Tour Consultants.