Language & Culture school trips to Venice
Intrigue and enchantment surround the stunning city of Venice which makes it an ideal destination to reinforce existing Italian language skills and understand its unique culture. While roaming the streets, encourage your students to learn of the foundations that make Venice what it is today. Chatting with locals will give an insight into the history of the city while developing conversational comprehension in your students. Inspire your group to learn new vocabulary whilst browsing boutiques and art galleries such as Peggy Guggenheim or the Galleria dell’Accademia. Have fun watching students grow in confidence as they practice their language skills and gain a deeper understanding of the lively Italian way of life with this Language & Culture trip to Venice.
- Arrive in Venice around midday
- Visit to St Mark’s Square
- Campo Santa Margherita Market
- Afternoon walking tour of Venice
- Visit to Rialto Market
- Flight home
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- Excellent hotel in city centre
- Walking distance from the station
Always a popular choice for student groups travelling to Venice, the Atlantide offers excellent levels of comfort at an affordable price.
Location: Walking distance from the Santa Lucia Railway station and Grand Canal, the hotel offers a fantastic central base from which to explore Venice.
Facilities: Fully air-conditioned, the hotel has a cosy breakfast room and a private garden for guests to enjoy.
Accommodation: Triple or quad rooms are generally provided for students all equipped with TV and en-suite facilities. Single and twin rooms are available for staff.
Meals: Breakfast served daily.
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Subject Specific Excursions
St Mark's Square
The St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco), which was called "the drawing room of the world" by Musset, has been the centre of the religious and social life in the Venetian republic for almost one millennium.
Campo Santa Margherita Market
Like so many European squares, Campo Santa Margherita is named after the church that fronts it on one side, which was closed in 1810. Since then, the church has been used as a cinema and, most recently, an auditorium for the local university.
Visit the area around the Rialto Bridge – until the 19th Century the only bridge across the Grand Canal. Michelangelo’s was among the designs rejected to replace the original wooden bridge.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is the most important museum in Italy for European and American art from the first half of the 20th century. It is located in Peggy Guggenheim's former home, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, on the Grand Canal in Venice.
The monumental estate of the Accademia Galleries is located in the prestigious centre of the Scuola Grande of Santa Maria della Carità.The homonymous church of Santa Maria and the monastery of the Canonici Lateranensi, built by Andrea Palladio, are integral parts of the Accademia.
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