School Trips to Rome
Rome is without doubt one of the most beautiful cosmopolitan cities in the world. From a past steeped in history and mythology to ancient ruins, tasty food and world-class art, it’s the perfect destination for your next school trip. Students will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the culture of the Roman Empire whilst admiring the treasures and masterpieces of Roman art and architecture.
- Rich with Roman history and architecture
- The home of Religion
- World famous art
Why choose Rome?
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price... Request a quote
Rome Image Gallery
click images to enlarge
Below is a sample of excursions Equity can organise for your trip to Rome - for subject specific excursions have a look at the
recommended educational trips for Rome
Seat of the Catholic religion and home of the Pope, there’s nowhere better to explore the history and development of Catholicism. Experience the Sistine Chapel and the world’s largest museum complex while appreciating the power of this independent state.
St Peters Basilica
One of the world’s holiest Catholic sites and largest churches, this cavernous building features a breath-taking dome and masterpieces by Michelangelo and Bernini. Study the power of Catholicism and the importance of pilgrimage as you experience this Vatican City highlight.
The Sistine Chapel
Commissioned in 1480, the Sistine Chapel is the site of the papal conclave and is home to Michelangelo’s elaborate ceiling and Last Judgment fresco. Study the role and selection of the Pope and explore religious art in this powerful building.
Archbasilica of St John Lateran
The Pope’s official ecclesiastical seat, St John Lateran takes the title of ‘Archbasilica’ and ranks above all other Roman Catholic churches. It houses a fragment of the table on which Jesus was said to have consumed the last supper.
Colosseum and Forum
Explore the role and importance of religion in the 2,000 year old Colosseum, where gladiators and beasts once battled. Tour the adjacent Forum and see the ruins of ancient Rome’s most exclusive neighbourhood, where emperors lived in luxury.