School trips to Florence

Few European cities can rival the sheer quality of art galleries and architecture that Florence has to offer. A school trip to this historic city presents the perfect opportunity for Italian language students to put their conversational skills to the test,  while developing a taste for the authentic Italian way of life.

As the epicentre of the Renaissance movement, Florence is also a choice destination for those studying art. It is home to a vast wealth of iconic paintings, sculptures and buildings – from Michelangelo’s David, to the masterpieces found in the Uffizi Gallery, to the ornate halls of Palazzo Vecchio. 

The city teems with cultural landmarks at every turn; the only problem your group will face is seeing them all! That’s exactly where NST can help. Our team of dedicated travel experts draw on years of experience to help tailor a school trip to Florence that suits the precise needs of your class.

Get in touch today for more information, or take a look at some of our popular options below.

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Florence Italian Language School Trips & Tours

Home to approximately a third of the world’s most important works of art and with beautiful surroundings and bustling street scenes of Florentine life, an Italian language tour to Florence offers ideal sketching and photography opportunities.

Florence Art & Design School Trips & Tours

On your Italian art and design tour to Florence, you’ll benefit from our first-hand knowledge of visits and attractions and accommodation that will best suit your group’s needs.

Florence Cultural School Trips & Tours

Your students will be amazed by the vast array of impressive buildings, fascinating galleries and churches. The birthplace of the Renaissance will leave your group with a lasting impression of Italian heritage and culture.

Florence Transition Year School Trips

A Transition Year trip to Florence will leave your pupils feeling amazed by the vast array of impressive buildings, fascinating galleries and treasure-crammed churches.