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401. Florence: An Art Student's Paradise
April 18, 2018


Florence is an art hub, offering a variety of impressive galleries. For those studying art and design, an educational visit to the Italian city can offer not only inspiration but also a better understanding of the subject. If you are planning on taking your pupils to Florence, these galleries and museums cannot be missed. Uffizi Gallery Before even beginning to admire the art housed inside the Uffizi Gallery, students will be blown away by the building itself. The architect, Giorgio Vasari, incorporated elaborate details throughout this impressive Renaissance building. The art colle... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

402. School Trips to Mont Saint Michel: Straight Out of a Story Book
April 18, 2018


There are many sights and places to explore on educational visits to Normandy, but none that plunge your students so completely into the area’s fascinating medieval history as a trip to Mont Saint Michel. The abbey and medieval village which grew up around it are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They have remained largely unchanged for centuries, highlighting architectural styles from throughout its development from the eighth century through to the fifteenth. Its importance as a Catholic place of pilgrimage even today makes this a fascinating site for pupils in terms of both history and rel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

403. Explore the Wonderful World of Beatrix Potter with Your Class
April 18, 2018


An educational trip to the Lake District will be a wonderful experience for students of all ages, especially if you take the time to introduce them to the memory of one of its most influential characters: children’s writer Beatrix Potter. More than just drawing inspiration from the wonderful landscape and wildlife of the Lake District, Potter became one of its earliest protectors and is an important figure in both literature and local conservation. Beatrix Potter and the Lake District The author is most famous for her numerous children’s books featuring much-loved characters in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

404. Advantages of Building a Shipping Container Home
April 18, 2018


In this article, building your home with shipping containers is being covered for you. Affordability In the cheapest part of the city buying a home even can be expensive. It can be a distant dream for you to build a new home and add to that the cost of construction. However, within your budget the cost could be well if you build a home with shipping containers. Shipping container homes are so popular because of this reason. Shipping container prices are low in many cities. On electricity as well you can be saved a lot of money by installing solar panels on the roof. Negotiate wel... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

405. A Delicious Education in Chocolate at Cologne's Lindt Museum
April 18, 2018


Who says educational visits can’t include chocolate? Certainly not Hans Imhoff, the legendary chocolate maker who set up Cologne’s Chocolate Museum to inform the public about the history, cocoa cultivation and production process that goes into making the sweet treat. A visit to the museum is more than an excuse for your pupils to gorge themselves. The building in which the museum is housed is a triumph of modern architecture on Cologne’s shoreline. Combining old and new, a former customs office has been converted to house the exhibition, and a new ship-shaped glass construct has been adde... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

406. School Trip Ideas: 2 Top Museums in Cardiff
April 17, 2018


We're very fortunate in the British Isles to have a superb array of museums that have been created to inform and inspire adults and children alike. Most of our major cities have internationally acclaimed museums housing all manner of fascinating exhibitions, and Cardiff is no exception. There are two in the Welsh capital that lend themselves perfectly to an educational trip for children of varying ages. The National Museum of Cardiff Situated in heart of Cardiff, this magnificent institution is renowned for its art, geology and natural history exhibitions. The diverse displays are hou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

407. Jorvik: The Viking Time Capsule Perfect for School Trips
April 17, 2018


What is it that fascinates children so much about the Vikings? Famed for being the cut-throat warriors associated with many a violent legend, these Scandinavian seamen, with their ferocious reputation, hold a wealth of intrigue for youngsters of all ages. The Vikings were most definitely warriors, but they were alsoconquerors and settlers. During excavations in York in the 1970s it was discovered that this historic city had once been a thriving Viking settlement and a multicultural centre for trade. The Jorvik Viking Centre was established in order to bring this important part of the cit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

408. Buffalo river float trips - Go river rafting to enjoy with your family
April 17, 2018


Is it true that you are getting married? Need a place to go on your special night? Have more seasoned matured children that you need to give the excitement of a lifetime to? On the off chance that you are an adventurer and need to accomplish something that you will always remember, consider Buffalo river float trips or river rafting. This is a game not at all like whatever other, an experience that you will never forget and think back profoundly upon. A rafting vacation is all you need! A rafting vacation in the beautiful Jasper can be extremely moderate as long as you look in t... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

409. Take a Cruise into the Arctic Wilderness of Northern Norway
April 17, 2018


Cruises of Norway and its Arctic waters have never been more popular, and most likely you’ve seen plenty magazine and newspaper adverts for cruises vying to lure you on to their ‘NorwayTour’, aboard massive, impressive cruise ships. But the reality is that to truly see this beautiful region, up close and personal, you’ll need a smaller vessel. If what you’re looking for is a cruise experience, with thousands of guests enjoying a mammoth floating hotel, then these large cruise ships are probably what you want. If, on the other hand, your reason for travelling into the north is to see its s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

410. Putting in Peace: Golfing on Spain's Top Courses
April 17, 2018


Blue skies, Mediterranean sun and a laid back out approach to life; as a holiday destination Spain has it all, including some of Europe’s best golf courses. Producing a string of legends, the country is renowned among well-travelled putters as a Mecca for players and is at the top of list when it comes to planning a luxury getaway. With a myriad of courses peppered throughout the country, it can be hard choosing the right one for you. With this simple overview of the top five golf clubs in Spain, deciding becomes a breeze. The hardest choice you’ll have to make is where to get your golf travel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

411. Planning Your Putt: When to Golf in the Algarve
April 17, 2018


The Algarve is blessed with breathtaking views of the mountains and sparkling blue sea, charming towns with winding alleys and a traditional flavourful cuisine. Top that off with some warm Mediterranean sunshine and the best golf courses in Europe, and you’ve got an ideal holiday destination. Boasting an array of courses created by world-renowned designers, combined with fantastic landscapes and a favourable climate that extends the golf season, it’s easy to see why the Algarve is a popular destination among golfers. To get the most out of your trip to this elite venue, it’s necessary to... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

412. Know how Owning a Shipping Container will benefit you
April 16, 2018


Apart from a car and a house one of the best things most people can ever own in their lives is a shipping container. Because of the whole lot of benefits they bring in developed countries something that is very popular is having a shipping container. Owning a shipping container has some benefits as follows. Shipping containers offer ease of transport As items can be transported by land or sea a shipping container makes it easy to do that if you have plenty of items you want to ship overseas. Shipping containers are very durable and sturdy As these are known to be very str... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

413. Tanzanias Serengeti Most Popular African Safari Destination
April 16, 2018


The sprawling Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is the most popular place to go on safari in Africa, according to the results of a new survey that also includes the east African country among the top locations for going on honeymoon or safari on the massive continent. In a poll by Google Surveys for UK-based Africa travel experts Tanzania Odyssey , the Serengeti was the safari destination most known by respondents (44.8%), with Kruger National Park in South Africa the second most popular place (43.2%) to go on safari. Part of the Serengeti — famous for its annual wildebeest migration — i... (read more)

Author: John Doe

414. Kenya and Tanzania Among Favoured African Holiday Destinations: Poll
April 16, 2018


Kenya and Tanzania are among the most popular choices of travellers if they had to pick a location in Africa to honeymoon or go on safari, according to the results of a new poll. The neighbouring countries in the enormous continent of 54 nations and territories emerged as the favourite of people who would plan a trip to Africa if they didn't have to worry about costs. That’s what a Google Surveys poll for UK-based travel firm Africa Odyssey found. Altogether, 19.7% of respondents chose South Africa, 15.4% said they would be happy to holiday anywhere in Africa, 14.6% opted for Kenya, 9% f... (read more)

Author: John Doe

415. Amsterdam: The Ultimate and Sophisticated Business Trip Guide
April 16, 2018


Amsterdam, with its fast, efficient travel network and connections to the rest of Europe,is an international business hub, so it’s hardly surprising that the city is primed and ready to service their many business travellers. From a breath-taking array of international hotels targeting high-end professionals, to excellent transport links and meeting facilities, the city is a great place to do business. Here’s my guide to everything you need to know for a smooth, productive trip to the city. Getting There Flying into Amsterdam couldn’t be easier with more than 30 flights leaving ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

416. Public art installation as city landmark
April 16, 2018


“The SeaSaw for Den Helder is a memorable, undulating public art installation, which responds to its context and history, whilst literally representing the dynamics of the sea in its infinite movement,” says Jacob van Rijs, co-founder, MVRDV. As home to the country’s main naval base, the city of Den Helder sits on a unique location at the northernmost point of Holland and is a zany tourist spot with its many beaches. As the winning entry from an international competition by Zeestad, an independent organisation in partnership with the municipality of Den Helder, MVRDV’s design of this publ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

417. A singing building to brighten your day!
April 16, 2018


The recently designed headquarters building of architectural office DMOA in Leuven, Belgium sings! Yes, you read that right. The building’s architectural façade, MUURmelaar, translating to ‘a mumbling wall person’ comes alive with spectacular soundscape as it greets passers-by. The curvilinear profile of the modern building adorns a modest exposed-concrete finish, set in which are 17 simple windows, the source of surreal, but far-from-fictional, dynamic soundscape of intriguing sounds and rhythms. The designers and researchers set out to create a facade that comes alive by sound, as ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

418. Landscapes and Lighthouses: Enjoy Benidorm's Great Outdoors
April 16, 2018


Benidorm is well known for its picturesque beaches and nightlife, but it has plenty more to offer for the outdoors-loving, energetic family! The mountainous terrain surrounding the city offers a wealth of opportunities, ranging from hiking to mountain biking. Let me tell you about two of my favourite full-day excursions. Trekking in Sierra Helada The Sierra Helada is a protected natural park that contains one of the most beautiful coastlines in the Valencia region and has much to offer any lover of the great outdoors. It has three trekking routes: the Red, Blue, and Yellow Routes. Th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

419. Best Benidorm Holiday Recommendations for History Buffs
April 16, 2018


Benidorm has long been a popular holiday destination for beachgoers, but did you know it also has unique cultural offerings? While some visitors may overlook them, the city has some prominent historical sites. Let me share with you a few highlights you won’t want to miss on your visit! Museo de Agricola Benidorm’s ‘Agricultural Museum’ certainly has much to offer any history lover. It contains a vast collection of historic farming equipment once utilized throughout the region, such as horse-drawn ploughs. The museum’s highlight is its water mill, complete with its own water whe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

420. Sun & Smiles in Family-Friendly Praia da Rocha
April 16, 2018


The most full-of-life resort on Portugal’s Algarve coastline is Praia da Rocha. It’s a comfortable little town that strikes the perfect balance between exciting entertainment and peaceful comfort. Excellent beaches and fun, organised activities occupy your days, while restaurants serving delicious food and a variety of nightlife opportunities ensure that your evenings are also full of enjoyment. Although you shouldn’t expect much in terms of historic sights in Praia da Rocha, the town is ideally situated for a variety of day trips, which will appeal greatly to culture lovers. Overall, Praia da... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

421. Get Your Caffeine Fix in Amsterdam's Best Cafes
April 16, 2018


One of the most artistic cities in Europe, Amsterdam boasts numerous galleries, world-class museums and canals, which evoke the poetic sensitivities of anyone who stops to look at them. But if you are a free spirit who’d rather not go with the flow, you might be more interested in the behind-the-scenes look of Amsterdam its residents enjoy daily. And since coffee drinking is most people’s most ubiquitous activity, your burning question is probably where locals get their daily caffeine fix. Wonder no more, because here is a list of Amsterdam residents’ favourite cafes. Restaurant Koffiehu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

422. The Trials of Lighthouse Keeping
April 14, 2018


In 1792 Patos Island was named Isla de Patos (Island of Ducks), by Spanish Explorers Galiano and Bazan maybe because of the many ducks which inhabited the island. Interestingly, the island was a hiding place for smugglers due to its nearness to the Canadian border and its many trees and caves. The island's first light was on Boundary Pass just opposite Canada's Saturna Island. Patos Island is at the northern entrance to the Canal de Haro. This was a very dangerous passage because of strong currents and foggy weather. In March of 1891 Congress appropriated $12,000 to erect an aid to naviga... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

423. Bucket List Bonanza: Destinations to Visit Before You Die - Part 2
April 13, 2018


Destination bucket lists can often be long and difficult to narrow down, but not to worry! Let me tell you about five holiday options for anybody seeking a unique travel experience. Iceland Have you ever thought about descending below the Earth’s surface – into a volcano? At the Thrihnukagigur volcano in Iceland, you can do exactly that! Delve 120m down into a cavern drained of its magma, revealing geologic formations coloured in blues, reds, purples and many other colours. The volcano is dormant, having last erupted 4,000 years ago, but that doesn't make this experience any less exc... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

424. Bucket List Bonanza: Destinations to Visit Before You Die - Part 1
April 13, 2018


Seeking a rare, unique and luxurious holiday this year that you can check off your destination bucket list? Let me share with you five options that would make anyone’s trip one to remember. The Grand Canyon Over two billion years, the Colorado River has carved its way through the Grand Canyon. In doing so it has created one of the natural wonders of the world. I recommend experiencing it from water level on an intimate rafting trip through the canyon; that’s by far the best way to see the geology, side canyons, ancient Native American pueblos, swimming holes and plenty of sandy beach... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

425. Paradiski: A Perfect Winter Paradise for Parents and Children
April 13, 2018


Paradiski may be less well-known than fellow French resorts Val-d'Isère and Val Thorens, but it sits comfortably alongside them as an ideal family-friendly destination. Nestled in the Tarentaise Valley and encompassing La Plagne, Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry, Paradiski has a huge variety of slopes, alongside some first-class catered and self-catered ski chalets. Let us fill you in on this season-round winter sports paradise. La Plagne La Plagne is composed of six purpose-built, high-altitude, ski-in/ski-out villages – Plagne Soleil, Plagne Village, Belle-Plagne, Aime La Plagne, Plag... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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