Amsterdam 3 Nights
Amsterdam is a truly unique, diverse and exciting city with so much to offer students studying Art, Geography, History and much more. Quaint and quirky, the tall gabled town houses that line the many canals are quintessentially Dutch whilst the modern contemporary museums and galleries offer exciting hubs of inspiration for aspiring students.
WINDMILLS, CHEESE & CLOGS…
The City of Amsterdam has an abundance of world-famous museums, galleries and historical sights waiting to be explored on your next school trip. A city which really does have it all, mixing contemporary culture with a rich historical past. Students will get the opportunity to visit the thought-provoking Anne Frank House, where Anne and her family hid from the Nazis in a secret annex during the Second World War.
Art lovers must not miss the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh paintings, along with drawings and letters, at the museum dedicated to the famous artist. For a more traditional theme, the village of Zaanse Schans offers students a unique piece of history on the River Zaan, where 18th and 19th centuries are bought to life with cheese, clogs, windmills and much more.
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Depart school and travel by private coach to The Netherlands. Check in to your accommodation.
Spend the morning visiting the thought-provoking Anne Frank House followed by a visit to the Van Gogh Museum. Take a leisurely cruise taking in the beautiful surroundings.
Visit the traditional village of Zaanse Schans to experience 18th and 19th century Dutch life.
Depart after breakfast with a short shopping stop to purchase those last minute souvenirs before travelling back to school.