A school trip to Italy opens countless possibilities to students of physical and human geography. Whether you visit Rome, Naples, or Sicily, our fully customisable itineraries link to your curriculum.

Italy presents the perfect opportunity for a cross-curricular humanities trip that will bring your work in the classroom to life. You’ll cover topics like Roman city life, coastal management, food resources, and urban growth.

We offer school trips to Rome, Naples, and Sicily, specifically designed to complement geography specifications. Each location offers dramatic landscapes and a strong volcanic presence. Don’t want to be limited to one place?  Combine the highlights of 1 or 2 (or even 3!) regions in one trip.

Here are a few sample itineraries for inspiration but your trip will be fully tailored to you by our internal Travel Specialists:

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Geography School Trip to Bay of Naples

This geography trip itinerary to the Naples region is packed full of links to the geography curriculum, including coastal processes, urban change, tectonic processes, landforms and hazards, among many others

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Geography School Trip to Sicily

Day by day your students will have the opportunity to see some of the world’s most active volcanoes, discover ancient Greek ruins and taste incredible food all within a great value itinerary.

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Geography School Trip to Rome

On this trip you will see an unexpected side of Rome, off the beaten track, beyond the marble and into the marshes. You will look upon historical and modern wonders through the eyes of a geographer in this city where physical and human geography meet.

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Essential School Trip to Sicily

Sicily has it all; beautiful beaches, vibrant towns and cities, great food, ancient history and stunning volcanic landscapes. Plus, a school trip to Sicily is more affordable that you might think.

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Essential Bay of Naples School Trip

The Bay of Naples region is a perfect destination for groups seeking world famous historic sites, unbeatable cuisine and dramatic landscapes, all within your budget.

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Adventure School Trip to Sicily

With its stunning coastlines, sunny weather and volcanic landscapes, Sicily makes for an excellent activity week trip for students of all ages.

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Humanities School Trip to Bay of Naples

A humanities school trip to the Bay of Naples area captures some of the most fascinating aspects of each discipline as well as including some awe and wonder for all students.

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Roman History Trip to Rome

With the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Catacombs of Rome and so much more on the agenda, students will not only get a chance to be a part of the ultimate history school trip, but will also get a chance to tick off some of their bucket list.

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Roman History Trip to The Bay of Naples

In this packed itinerary, students will understand more about Naples’ interesting past through many awe-inspiring visits, activities and tours.

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20th Century History Trip to Rome

For those studying the rise and fall of Mussolini and Fascist party, the effects of that time are imprinted on the city. Identify fascist architecture, visit key sites lifted straight from your textbooks and develop your understanding of this key era in Italy’s history.

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Religion, Philosophy and Ethics Trip to Rome

What is the ultimate school trip for students studying Catholicism? It does not get any more interesting than Rome with over 900 churches and the country hidden within Rome - Vatican City.

School trips to Naples

School trips to Naples offer students the chance to explore archaeological sites and how modern Naples has adapted to life near Mount Vesuvius. The nearby stunning shorelines of the Amalfi Coast provide a fascinating case study of coastal management, coastal processes, and landforms.

It’s no surprise the region is a school favourite, the combination of geography and history learning opportunities make a unique trip. Students will submerge themselves in studies of tourism, and physical geographers can study the landscape. There are plenty of non-geography-specific activities to engage other students, too. From pizza making to trips to the beach, there’s something for everyone in Naples.

Discover more about how a school trip to Naples can support your study.

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School trips to Rome

The city of Rome is often overlooked for humanities students but the ancient city offers more varied learning opportunities than you may expect.

Whilst wandering the Colosseum and Roman Forum, learning the history of the Catholic Church, making their way through the dunes of Sabaudia, and witnessing the splendour of Tivoli and Villa Gregorina, your students will gain an unbeatable insight into the culture.

Discover how a school trip to Rome could support your curriculum by speaking to one of our Italy Travel Specialists today.

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School trips to Sicily

Sicily is relatively isolated from the mainland giving it a unique culture alongside remarkable biodiversity. There’s also a thriving agricultural industry and several conservation projects making it a fascinating study destination.

A school trip to Sicily offers curriculum links including water, river, and land management, coastal processes, ecosystems, food resources, and tectonic hazards. With so much to cover, it’s the perfect destination to bring your students’ learning to life.


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Why take a school trip to Italy?

  • Land of pizza, pasta, and gelato. Need we say more?
  • Discover the geographical processes that resulted in Italy’s cities morphing over time
  • Convenient 2-hour travel time
  • The option to combine two destinations into one learning experience
  • Experience different branches of humanities studies

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