Language School Trips

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Tongues wagging

As if your students need something to talk about! Students will kiss goodbye to their mother tongue on an international language trip. From the traditional, to the far flung. We are all about challenging your students in far off lands.
Barcelona
Barcelona
A firm favourite across all subjects, students can engage in friendly conversations with even friendly locals as they explore a European city with a kick
Berlin
Berlin
See the softer side to the German language with a trip to Berlin. Appreciate the formation and evolution of the dialect as you explore little known gems the city has to offer
China
China
An economic powerful house with a language quickly becoming one of the most powerful in the world. Inspire your students with the Chinese language!
Rome
Rome
Your students will literally be saying Ciao Bella in Italy! If your students want to perfect the beautiful language that is Italian, then we can’t recommend anywhere more!

Foreign languages = mastered

From the classic yearly language trip to Paris, to the far flung that will see your students thrown into real life situations with only their language skills to help them. Our tours combine cultural activities, language skills and on the go learning then ‘hey presto’ you’ve got yourself language masters! 
Paris

Paris

Students can get hands on learning experience whilst ordering their morning coffee’s at quaint shops, or speaking to the friendly locals.

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Peru

Peru

It’s all adventure with a hint of Spanish. If you’re looking for an alternative to the traditional mainland Spain, then we suggest you venture to Latin America!

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Québec

Québec

Say bonjour to a French language trip with a difference. Skiing on the snowy caps your students might mistake this for the Alps, but this is Canada baby!

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