School Trips

When it comes to school trips, students both adults and children, immediately show great enthusiasm, we all remember at least one field trip that we made in our lives, the experiences, places to visit but also for the pleasure of being together with their friends and classmates in a different context from that school.

The school trip, whether for a day or a week, allowing students to visit cities, museums and art venues. The hardest thing is the organization of the trip, and as the first choice of destination.
Usually is chosen based on studies carried out on the floor during the school year, to allow a discussion of the topics covered, keeping an eye on the economic aspect, which must not be excessive. Some schools set spending limits, to allow all families participating in the trip.

After choosing a destination, determine the date of departure and return, and will set a detailed schedule of the days, with various activities and places to visit. Will be booked into the means of transport, the most widely used is the coach for travel in Italy, but also used the train and travel the farthest plane.

The most interesting city chosen by the Italian schools, In the last few days, are the many places in our Italy, for the rich landscape and culture, but also to greatly reduce costs and allow a holiday to all students.

The most popular Italian destinations for school trips
In Italy there is really spoiled for choice, in fact every city, town or village includes a hike, a trail, a monument or a church to visit, interesting for students. In our country there are unique places that the whole world envies us.
First of all there’s the capital Rome, the eternal city, offering excellent opportunities for a holiday learning. Suitable for any school age, the visit offers numerous monuments like the Colosseum, the Roman Forums, the piazzas like Piazza Navona and Piazza di Spagna, churches like St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel or the wonderful fountains such as the renowned Trevi Fountain. Be joined to a stay in the capital is interesting to make a stop at the Circeo National Park, to connect the historical and artistic and naturalistic.

Also good on a school trip to Genoa, a city rich in history as being one of the maritime republics, with the largest historical center of Europe, and with the presence of beautiful aquarium, with its 70 tanks and its many varieties of fish and marine species. From Genoa you reach the Cinque Terre in the province of La Spezia, a true patrimony of humanity, with unique panoramas.

One other traditional destination is Florence, in Tuscany, great for students that address as a major subject of study art. And ‘possible to visit the city following the thematic itineraries, such as religious inspiration with a visit to the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistry, Giotto’s Bell Tower and the various churches of the city. Or take a tour dedicated to the artists who lived and created their works in Florence as the first half Piazza della Signoria with the Palazzo Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery Tour. Then visit the Museum of the History of Science Uffizi next door, then crosses the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest and most famous bridge on the city.


If the main subject of study is history and Greek art, surely destinations to choose from, are the two cities of Syracuse and Agrigento in Sicily, rich in archaeological remains well preserved, but a little Sicily is great for school trips, to visit Taormina with its Greek Theatre and an excursion to Mount Etna, will make the trip even more exciting and engaging for students. Not to mention Palermo, the Cathedral and Palatine Chapel and the center of Monreale with its cathedral with mosaic walls.

These are just a few Italian places certainly a starting point for school tours on culture, art and good from the point of view of nature. Of course, besides these there are other, more interesting.

If your school trip takes place at near the Adriatic coast, a stop on the coast will surely enjoy the boys. On the coast there are many amusement parks, so that has been called the Riviera of the parks, parks with attractions ideal for further learning, such as Italy in Miniature, Rimini, Riccione overseas and the Aquarium of Cattolica, also open by appointment out of season.

Propose your ideal school trip, or what have you done lately with your professors, may be taken as an example to all, and so will be easier to organize the next trip educational. Write a comment to this article.

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4 Comments to “School Trips”

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  3. Perchè non la Campania? Una gita scolastica in Campania può includere delle destinazioni uniche al mondo come Pompei ed Ercolano, o attrattori culturali internazionali come i templi di Paestum, la Reggia di Caserta, e ancora, chiese, castelli, itinerari naturalisti e scientifici…
    Se posso permettermi, qui c’è un piccolo “campionario” di destinazioni per il turismo scolastico: http://www.cittadellescuole.it/news/page.php?31
    A presto!
    Gianvincenzo

  4. Maria D says:

    La mia esperienza ventennale come insegnante insegna a me in primis che l’apprendimento se associato al divertimento è più efficace. Per questo, l’anno scorso ho portato i miei alunni di seconda media a Miragica (un parco divertimenti pugliese) per assistere ai percorsi didattici offerti dalla struttura, approfittando della vicinanza per fare un’escursione alle Grotte di Castellana. A Miragica abbiamo seguito il percorso di musical. I ragazzi erano entusiasti di andare di andare sulle attrazioni dopo la lezione e si sono divertiti davvero tanto. Lo consiglio a tutte le insegnanti che la pensano come me
    http://www.miragica.com/viaggi-istruzione-percorsi-didattici.asp

  5. Alida says:

    Consiglio la seguente gita di un giorno: il 12 aprile, presso l’Antica Cava di Ornavasso in provincia di Verbania ci sarà una giornata dedicata ai ragazzi di scuole medie inferiori e superiori.

    I Canti più suggestivi della Divina Commedia di Dante presentati in MUSICAL nel magnifico salone di marmo rosa dell’Antica Cava di Ornavasso.

    Parole, musica, immagini e danza: un’emozione unica e imperdibile! GIORNATA DEDICATA ALLE SCUOLE: venerdì 12 aprile con tre repliche: la prima alle ore 9.30, la seconda alle ore 11.30 e la terza alle ore 14.30.

  6. Giuseppe says:

    In Sicilia c’è tanto da fare e da vedere. Le Madonie, catena montuosa che accoglie l’80% della Biodiversità dell’isola, possono offrire tanto alle scolaresche sia dal punto di vista naturalistico che culturale. Il Parco Avventura Madonie, Centro di Educazione Ambientale dell’Ente Parco Regionale delle Madonie, ha racchiuso in un catalogo un insieme di esperienze di uno o più giorni, di grande interesse e con costi davvero contenuti, questo è il link: http://www.parcoavventuramadonie.it/Scuole/scuola-didattica-e-avventura.html

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