As the home of the European Parliament, Strasbourg is at the heart of Europe. Many people visit the city to learn about the European institutions, but Strasbourg, Alsace and the neighbouring part of Germany have so much more to offer.
The parliament buildings can be visited and this is best organised by contacting one of your local members of the European Parliament. Once you have been given the dates for your visit we will be happy to help you organise the rest of your stay.
Strasbourg itself is an interesting and attractive city with both French and German aspects. For schools that find it difficult or impractical to organise visits for both the French and German departments, Strasbourg offers the opportunity to take just one visit for students of both languages. Such a visit can offer a wider experience of two cultures yet give both groups of students a chance to use and experience the language they have chosen to study, whilst at the same time becoming aware of the benefits of wider language skills in a European context.
Beyond the city are the attractions of the Vosges Mountains and the Alsatian wine route with attractive market towns such as Obernai. The city of Colmar has attractive architecture and a delightful network of picturesque canals. Further south, Mullhouse is the home of the world famous Schlumpf motor collection and the French National Railway Museum.
East of the Rhine are the German cities of Offenburg and Freiburg and the delights of the Black Forest, with a visit to Titisee well worthwhile to see the cuckoo clocks being made and to take a trip on the lake. If you’re looking for something a little more adventurous, EUROPAPARK is a high quality theme park just inside Germany.
Strasbourg & Black forest area a great destination which allows you to combine a French & German speaking tour into one. Rondo Travel is one of the founding members of the School Travel Forum and also one of the first School Tour Operators to be awarded the Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge. We do not make unnecessary administration charges and wherever possible you will only deal with 1 person from start to finish including being on call for your tour.
This is just a sample of an itinerary – all our itineraries are constructed around your requirements.
Travel to Alsace
Start the day with a Strasbourg town trail to learn about the city in a fun way! This afternoon we will have a visit to the Cathedral and possibly a visit to the European Parliament. Round the day off with a relaxing canal cruise.
Explore the Alsace region with possible visits to Alsace Memorial, Le Struthof and Monkey Mountain.
A day of leisure in Europapark.
Group usually start at a minimum of 10 with no maximum group size. For secondary schools we work on a 1:10 free place for a teacher.
Rondo Travel will always try to assist to ensure inclusivity on any of our group trips. This is best achieved by discussing any special requirements from the initial inquiry. Sadly not all destinations are currently accessible but we will always advise on suitable alternatives or work arounds.
Rondo Travel is proud of its history in providing successful and rewarding tours to many groups with SEN needs. The needs of the individual are always taken into consideration.
Unlike many tour companies who make administration charges for minor changes Rondo Travel will try to avoid this at all times.
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