Europe for Schools, a United Kingdom-based company specialising in school trips in and out of the region, is pleased to announce that the launch of a new campaign taking students to Switzerland.
December 30, 2012 (Newswire) - To say that school tours to interesting places that contribute to old and modern history - or creating history themselves - can widen the horizon for students is an understatement. Educational trips enrich the lives of students and widen the horizon so that they are able to learn more and broaden their perspective about the world and life itself.
Europe for Schools is in the business of organising school trips for students in the United Kingdom. Unlike most of its competitors, Europe for Schools boasts of more than 30 years of experience in organising school trips, study tours and tour packages to the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Holland, Poland and the Czech Republic. Notably, the company ensures to offer no less than the highest standard of accommodation and transport service. Low deposits and custom-design packages also provide teachers and group leaders with excellent value for money.
Europe for Schools proudly offers great school trips to Switzerland, which is one of the standout educational tour destinations throughout the continent. While mostly people associate the Swiss region with skiing, school trips UK bound for the country are also in for a wide variety of interesting venues. Notably, Switzerland is easily reached with flights or by coach travel.
Rich cultural experiences await students who take a tour of the city of Geneva, nestled on the banks of Lake Geneva which in itself is worthy of a sightseeing cruise. A visit to the United Nations Headquarters offers valuable insights to the very place where historic decisions on international affairs have been made. By taking a tour around The Old Town, visitors will be treated to an enchanting discovery of historic cobbled streets and the old cathedral.
Europe for Schools also takes Switzerland visitors to great science explorations at CERN, the European nuclear physics lab that is one of the most respected centres of scientific research. The Geneva Science Museum showcases a fascinating collection of scientific instruments. ICT Discovery, Geneva's newest museum, offers a peek at how information and communication technologies have evolved with interactive games. The creation and evolution of world-renowned Swiss watches can also be witnessed at the Patek Philippe Museum.
Delightful Swiss chocolate tasting is also a significant part of the itinerary, as no visit to Switzerland would be complete without it.
Giving clients peace of mind, Europe for Schools arranges flights and air tours in partnership with the Civil Aviation Authority for added protection. Europe for School operates under ATOL No. 6712.
To learn more about the new Switzerland educational trip offered by Europe for Schools, please visit http://www.europeforschools.co.uk for information.