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Are you looking for a range of geography school trips where your students can escape the four walls of the classroom and experience human and physical geography in action?

Where they can get a better idea of the importance of geography in understanding the world around them? Then we have a great choice of trips for you!

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Geography school trips abroad

Our school geography trips abroad offer unforgettable experiences of geography in action. For many, the ultimate destination is Iceland, the Land of Fire and Ice, where students can see volcanoes, glaciers, waterfalls and geysers all within a relatively small area. In Naples and Sorrento, they can weigh up the devastating effects on a population when a nearby volcano erupts with the benefits that see a city thrive in its shadow. And in the Auvergne, you'll be able to explore how volcanoes and rivers shape the landscape around them. 

You can explore rapid urbanisation in Dubai or sustainability, eco-tourism and biodiversity in Costa Rica. Visit the limestone karsts of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam or head to the West Coast of the USA to see the Grand Canyon!

Whatever your specific requirements and learning objectives, our school travel experts will work with you to tailor make a tour that brings your subject to life and leaves your geographers feeling inspired by the incredible world around them.

Geography school trips in the UK

We have some outstanding natural beauty in the UK, creating incredible opportunities for a geography field trip. For example, in Cornwall, your students can explore coastal landscapes and sustainability at the Eden Project.

Meanwhile, in the Yorkshire Dales, your students will learn more about limestone geology as they explore the area's cave systems. And in the North York Moors, your group can discover the effects of glaciation and hydrology.

Why arrange a school geography tour?

Experience geography in action

A geography field trip can give your students the opportunity to experience some of the most beautiful and fascinating geography destinations in the world, as well as giving you fresh inspiration to use in the classroom.

The opportunity to experience geography in action will give your students something real to draw upon in exams, helping them to achieve those higher grades.

Your geography trip will really bring the subject to life for your young students too, and this could encourage them to take their geography studies to the next level, whether that's GCSE, A-Level or even university.

Plus, you'll be inspiring the next generation to care about the planet and the environment. Your students will be able to see the impact of climate change and human activity on the landscapes that you're exploring.

They'll gain a deeper understanding of the fragility of ecosystems and problems caused when land use changes. And, in some destinations, they'll be able to learn more about sustainability and some of the initiatives working to combat climate change.

Help students understand complex geographical concepts

Geography trips can really help students to grasp the more complex concepts that they study in class.

Geography, after all, is the study of the physical features of the Earth and of how human activity affects and is affected by these. So, you really can't beat getting out of the classroom and seeing natural and human environments first-hand.

For example, for students studying geology and plate tectonics, a trip to Ponta Delgada in the Azores will be simply unforgettable, as they will see for themselves how the country is being affected by its location at the meeting point of three major tectonic plates.

And a trip to the Swiss Alps will allow your students to explore a glacier first-hand, find out how it is shaping the landscape and discover how it's being affected by climate change. They'll also learn more about river processes and see some of the world's most famous pyramidal peaks, including the Matterhorn!

We can even arrange school geography trips to China, Japan, and Morocco. The choice is yours and there's something to suit all budgets and timescales.

Enjoy the trip as much as your students

Originally founded by former teachers, and with many former teachers still among us, we understand the value of a geography trip and how to make them successful.

Your trip will be completely tailor made, to ensure that it meets your specific requirements and learning objectives. And we’ll be on hand throughout the process to answer any questions you have.

In fact, we’ll be with you every step of the way, from now until you return home at the end of your trip. While abroad, you’ll be able to reach us with just one phone call, at any time of the day or night. And, with this comprehensive level of support while you’re away, you’ll be able to relax and enjoy experiencing geography as much as your students.

Geography School Trip to Iceland

Known as the land of fire and ice, take in the hot springs, volcanoes, waterfalls and geysers that make the dramatic setting of Iceland a geographer's dreamland.

£749PP

Geography Trip to Northern Iceland

Already been to Iceland countless times? Ready for a new adventure in an undiscovered part of the Land of Fire and Ice?

£1999PP

Geography Trip to Naples and Sorrento

Explore life in the shadow of an active volcano on your geography school trip to Naples and Sorrento!

£599PP

Geography School Trip to the Massif Central

Enjoy watching your young geographers explore volcanic landscapes and fluvial processes on a coach trip to France's spectacular Auvergne region!

£599PP

Geography Trip to Barcelona and Costa Brava

Conduct a river survey and explore the impact of tourism on your geography school trip to Barcelona and the Costa Brava!

£449PP

Geography Trip to the Azores

Geography school trips to the Azores are ideal for groups studying tectonic hazards, ecosystems and sustainability!

£779PP

Geography Trip to Dubai

Your geography school trip to Dubai will help your students to better understand the effects of rapid urbanisation!

£1499PP

Geography Trip to Costa Rica

Famous for its biodiversity, a geography trip to Costa Rica will show your students the importance of protecting the environment!

£1745PP

Geography Trip to Sicily

Your geography school trip to Sicily offers students the opportunity to explore two active volcanoes - Mount Etna and Stromboli!

£599PP

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Geography activities that your school group will love

Aurora Reykjavik - Northern Lights Centre

Make sure you don't leave Iceland without having experienced the Northern Lights - even if the weather doesn't play ball!

FlyOver Iceland

Much of Iceland is still largely inaccessible - now you can see more of what this spectacular country has to

Great Geysir and Strokkur

Geysir, sometimes known as the Great Geysir, is located in the Haukadalur Valley and was the first geyser known to

Greenhouse village of Hveragerdi

Hveragerði is a town in the south of Iceland located 45 km to the east of Reykjavík on Iceland's main

Gullfoss

Visit Gullfoss, or Golden Falls, a waterfall located in the canyon of Hvítá river in south-west Iceland and one of

Hellisheidi Geothermal Power station

One thing Iceland‘s certainly not short of is geothermal energy. This visit will give your students the opportunity to learn

Kerið Crater

Often a popular stop on the Golden Circle Tour, the Kerið crater lake is the perfect visit for teaching your

Lava Centre

This interactive educational exhibit will help your students to better understand volcanic activity and earthquakes. They'll also learn more about

Lava Tunnel Raufarholshellir

Just 30 minutes from Iceland's capital is one of the longest lava tunnels in the country. Here your students will

Northern Lights Tour

The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, are a spectacular natural phenomenon; fantastic colours often seen dancing across

Thingvellir National Park

Thingvellir became a national park in 1928 due to its historical importance, as well as the special tectonic and volcanic

Volcano House

Volcano House is a multi-functional establishment in Reykjavik's city centre, with a special focus on Icelandic geology and volcanology. The

Perlan Museum

Explore all the highlights of Iceland's wild nature at this iconic museum!

Hrísey Island with School Visit

Head to the beautiful island of Hrísey for an unforgettable visit to a local school championing sustainability. 

Diamond Circle Tour

Enjoy an unforgettable adventure through some of Northern Iceland's lesser-known but equally spectacular landscapes.

Skútustaðagígar Craters

Explore this incredible otherworldly landscape of pseudo craters. 

Höfði

Head to this rocky promontory for unbeatable views of the surrounding volcanic landscape. 

Dimmuborgir

Explore this volcanic landscape that's said to be home to child-eating trolls. 

Hverfjall Volcanic Crater

Explore the destructive power of volcanoes with a walk around the rim of this magnificent crater. 

Lake Mývatn

Lake Mývatn is a must-see when visiting North Iceland.

Mývatn Nature Baths

Relax in one of Iceland's geothermal pools to really experience this unique landscape. 

Víti Crater

Explore this spectacular volcanic crater created during the 18th century Mývatn Fires.

Grjótagjá

Explore this secret grotto which once featured in Game of Thrones. 

Námafjall Geothermal Area

Explore this geothermal area with its smoking fumaroles, boiling mud pots and sulphur crystals. 

Dettifoss

This impressive waterfall is one of the most powerful in Europe. 

Godafoss

Utterly breathtaking and culturally significant - you don't want to miss this incredible waterfall. 

Ásbyrgi Canyon

Explore this incredible canyon created by glacial flooding after a volcanic eruption. 

Húsavík

Visit the historic 'Whale Capital of Iceland', which is also the site of the first house built in Iceland. 

Krafla Geothermal Station

Discover how Iceland is harnassing its natural geothermal energy at Krafla Geothermal Station. 

Amalfi Coast

The world famous Amalfi Coast is a geographical wonderland, with an incredible beauty at every turn.

Archaeological Site of Pompeii

The small Italian town of Pompeii entered the history book in AD79 when it was destroyed by a volcanic eruption.

Botanical Garden of Naples (Orto Botanico)

The Orto Botanico is part of the University of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences complex and, with a great number

Capri Island

Luxuriant, extraordinary and witha mild climate, Capri is a Mediterranean island of calcareous origin that has been visited over the

Herculaneum Archaeological Site

When Vesuvius erupted on 24th August AD 79, it engulfed the two flourishing Roman towns of Pompei and Herculaneum, as

National Archaeological Museum of Naples

The National ArchaeologicalMuseum of Naples is one of the most important and leading archaeological museums in the world. It contains

Underground Naples (Napoli Sotterranea)

First used by the Greeks and then by the Romans to build the city walls, temples and private residences, the

Vesuvius National Park

The volcano whose eruption destroyed Pompeii, the menacing presence of Vesuvius can be seen from anywhere in the Bay of Naples.

Virtual Museum of Archaeology (MAV)

The Virtual Museum of Archaeology (or MAV) is based on the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum and is sited 100

Dordogne Gorge by Kayak

Explore the spectacular upper gorges of the River Dordogne by kayak!

Mont Bessou

Spectacular panoramic views across the region and an exciting low ropes course - Mont Bessou's adventures await!

Bort-les-Orgues Hydroelectric Dam

Explore one of France's largest hydroelectric dams on the mighty Dordogne River!

Padirac Caves Boat Tour

Bring the transformative power of erosion to life with a journey deep into this network of caves, underground rivers and lakes!

Rocamadour

This spectacular sacred village teeters precariously above a river in the Dordogne Valley!

Vulcania Theme Park

Explore volcanoes while experiencing a thrilling rush of adrenaline at this incredible theme park!

Puy de Dôme

Climb to the top of one of the youngest volcanoes in the Auvergne!

Beach management case study

There are many towns along the coastline to experience the varying management techniques, and there is a chance to compare,

Garrotxa Volcanic National Park

This wonderful national park, just one and a half hours from Barcelona, is ideal for groups to explore and examine

Lloret de Mar – Tourism gone wrong?

One of the main coastal towns along the Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar attracts tourists year round and is said

Montserrat

Perched high in the mountains above Barcelona, and accessible by cable car or train, Montserrat is one of the most

Port of Barcelona

With over a million passenger arrivals every year, Barcelona is one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean for

Tordera River Study

The Tordera river offers your students the opportunity to discover the different processes at work in the different sections of

Caldeira Velha

This waterfall of warm, ionised water is on the northern slope of the Fogo Volcano. There is also an environmental

Furnas and Lagoa do Fogo

Explore the Furnas area and sample a local delicacy, the “Cozido”, a type of stew. Prepared in volcanic calderas, this

Furnas Monitoring and Research Centre

The Furnas Monitoring and Research Centre offers a wonderful insight into the lagoon ecosystem and its native flora and fauna.

Gorreana Tea Factory

The Gorreana tea plantation is the only remaining tea plantation in Europe and has been owned by same family since

Gruta do Carvão

The Gruta do Carvão is the largest volcanic cave on the island of São Miguel. Here you'll see lava stalactites

Sete Cidades

Visit the spectacular Sete Cidades, a volcanic area in the west of the island of Sao Miguel. Home to diverse

Terra Nostra Park

This botanical garden sits in the Furnas Valley, which is actually a volcanic crater. It became popular among tourists at

Walking Trail of Salto do Cabrito

The walking trail of Salto do Cabrito is a small circular route beginning/ending in the area of Caldeiras of Ribeira

Abu Dhabi City Tour

Abu Dhabi is the second most populous city in the United Arab Emirates and capital of the largest emirate. Avisit

Desert Safari

The highlight of any visit to Dubai is undoubtedly this amazing tour. Board your luxury 4X4 in Dubai and head

Dhow Cruise

Your cruise aboard one of these traditional wooden vessels offers an intriguingly different view of this amazing city – a

Dubai City Tour

A fascinating historical excursion; yourroute takes you from Burj Al Arab, Dubai’s landmark hotel, to Majlis Al Ghorfat, a magnificent

Dubai Museum

A visit to the Dubai museum is a must on every Dubai itinerary. Housed within the beautifully restored Al Fahidi

Al Hefaiyah Mountain Conservation Centre

See a natural way of treating wastewater in the United Arab Emirates.

Emirates Bio Farm

Learn all about sustainable and organic farming in the United Arab Emirates.

Arenal Volcano Hiking Trails

During this unforgettable experience you will enjoy hiking on the lava trails of the Arenal Volcano. On the privateproperty where

Baldi Hot Springs

Baldi Hot Springs is located in La Fortuna de San Carlos at the base of the imposing Arenal Volcano. Baldi

Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge

CañoNegro lies in the north of the country, lying very close to the border of Nicaragua. A nature lover’s paradise

La Casona del Rio

Casona Río Fortuna is therenowned Costa Rican historical and elegant turn-of-the-century country home of the former Costa Rican president, Rafael

Monteverde Cloud Forest

Set atop the spine of Costa Rica's continental divide, Monteverde is a high altitude (1,440 m) region in the north

Alcantara Gorges

The gorges of Alcantara are canyons of black lava walls which tower as much as 50m above the Alcantara river.It's

Mount Etna

Mount Etna dominates eastern Sicily at a height of 3292m and isthe highest and largest active volcano in Europe.Etna has

Siracusa/Ortygia Island

Located near the southeastern corner of Sicily on the Ionian coast, Siracusa (Syracuse) is built on an ancient Greek settlement

Stromboli

Stromboli holds Europe's biggest active volcano after Etna - the only volcano in Europe with permanently eruptive activity. During the

Berneuse

The Berneuse is the mountain that stands over Leysin, in the Bernese Alps. Take the cable car to its summit

Grande Eau

This tributary of the Rhône flows from Les Diablerets and offers the opportunity to delve deeper into river processes.

Langgletscher and Fafleralp

The Langgletscher is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts a nature trail designed to educate visitors on

Thermal Baths at Saillon

Relax in the thermal baths at Saillon! Let the current carry you along the Thermal River, heal your aches and

Tourism Study - Les Diablerets

Les Diablerets is an area popular with tourists, particularly those interested in adventure sports.

Bananera Jardines de Atlantico

The park was founded to demonstrate to both locals and tourists the incredible biodiversity of the Canaries, as well as

Casas Bioclimaticas

This bioclimatic housing development is self-sufficient in terms of its power supply and emits zero carbon emissions. Each house is

Cueva del Viento

One of the largest lava tubes in the world, the Cuevas del Viento offers your group the opportunity to explore

Mount Teide

The imposing Mount Teide dominates the island of Tenerife. An active volcano, it is also the highest point in Spain,

Piramides de Guimar

The pyramids of Güímar are 6 rectangular-based, pyramid-shaped terrace structures. There is fierce debate as to their origins, with some,

Atlas Mountains

Take your students on a full day excursion to the Atlas Mountain Range which stretches from Morocco across northern Africa

Essaouira

Essaouira, known as the White and Blue City, is situated on the Atlantic coast. It is an easy excursion from

Majorelle Garden

Designed by the French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924, during the French colonial period. The garden now houses the Islamic

Menara Gardens

Set slightly out of town, the Menara gardens offernot only a pleasant escape frombustling Marrakesh, but it is also one

Ouarzazate

Ouarzazate, otherwise known as the Doorsto the Desert, is a city of different cultures and artistic traditions.The traditional village of

Douar Oulad Elguern

Spend a day experiencing life in a traditional Moroccan village!

Huangpu River Cruise

The Huangpu River (Huangpu Jiang) is the city's shipping artery both to the East China Sea and to the mouth

Shanghai Museum

The Shanghai Museum is located in People’s Square and, although a modern building, encompasses some of the symbolism prevalent in

The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China stretches 5,500 miles across northern China, from Shanhaiguan in the eastern province of Hebei, to

Yuyuan Garden

Yuyuan Garden, a place of peace and comfort in the heart of bustling Shanghai, dates back to the fabled Ming

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is a spectacular sight and not to be missed on any trip to Utah. The name

California Academy of Science

The California Academy of Sciences, located in Golden Gate Park San Francisco, contains an Aquarium, the world’s deepest Philippine Coral

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is the most famous natural attraction in the USA. It is one of the best examples of

NatureBridge Yosemite

NatureBridge Yosemite gives your students the opportunity to immerse themselves in nature, among the stunning surroundings of Yosemite National Park.

Lake Ashi

Lake Ashi (Japanese: Ashinoko) was formed in the caldera of Mount Hakone after the volcano's last eruption 3000 years ago.

Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, standing at3,776 metres highabout 60 miles west of Tokyo. It is a

Owakudani Valley

Owakudani is the area around a crater created in the last eruption of Mount Hakone 3000 years ago. Sulfurous fumes,

Alcatraz Cruises

Alcatraz and history go hand in hand. Once home to some of America's most notorious criminals, the federal penitentiary that

Golden Gate Bridge

The best way to see and enjoy the bridge is to drive to either side, park your vehicle and then

Boat Cruise Halong Bay

"Ha Long" means "Where the Dragon Descends into the Sea" and the Bay is one of the world’s natural wonders

Halong Bay Grottos and Caves

At the core of the Halong Bay islands, there are wonderful caves and grottoes such as Thien Cung (Heavenly Residence

Hanoi City Tour

Make sure you make the most of your stay in Hanoi by doing a guided tour of the city. This

Emerald Pool Trails

The Emerald Pools Trail was completed in 1925 and named due to the green tint the algae gives the three

Montezuma Castle

Rising 100 feet above the Beaver Creek floodplain, Montezuma Castle is a testimony to the resilience and innovations of a

Riverside Walk

The Riverside Walk is easy and very scenic. The paved trail follows the Virgin River from Temple of Sinawava up

Zion National Park

Zion National Park is surrounded by the towering cliffs andis known for its incredible canyons, including The Narrows, which attract

Beach Clean - Cornwall

Head down to one of St. Ives five spectacular beaches for a self-led beach clean. The hostel will provide you

Eden Project

The Eden Project is an educational charity, social enterprise and visitor attraction located close to St. Austell in Cornwall.

Hayle Towans

Towans is Cornish for dunes and Hayle Towans are a fantastic example of sand dunes. This is also a rich

Lizard Point

Lizard Point in the Lizard Peninsula is the most southernly point of the British mainland. The dramatic cliffs and rich

St Michael's Mount

The picturesque rocky tidal island is home to a medieval church and castle. It is the Cornish equivalent of Mont-Saint-Michel

Suez Recycling Centre

Find out about the innovative solutions being used to manage Cornwall's waste and recycling.

Wookey Hole Caves

Located in the heart of Somerset you'll find the largest show-caves in England - Wookey Hole. As well as the

Arnside & Silverdale

A wide variety of unique landscapes offering your students the chance to learn more about coastlines and limestone landforms. Stunning

Ingleborough Caves

One of the most famous cave systems in the UK allows for a study of this impressive limestone landscape. Follow

KS2 Geographic Exploration - Yorkshire Dales

Enjoy guided walks to Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss, work on map skills and navigation and follow GPS.

White Scar Caves

A fabulous opportunity to experience the fascinating landscape of the Yorkshire Dales, this cave walk will allow your students to

Dalby Forest

On the southern slopes of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Dalby Forest offers your students the opportunity to walk

Flamingo Land

This theme park and zoo is one of North Yorkshire's most popular attractions. Flamingo Land offers a variety of workshops

North York Moors National Park

The North York Moors National Park boasts some of the most spectacular landscapes in the country. From the impressive cliffs

Blue Lagoon

A visit to the Blue Lagoon is the perfect way to start or end your trip to Iceland. The warm,

Secret Lagoon

A fantastic alternative to the Blue Lagoon, the Secret Lagoon offers a truly Icelandic experience.The fresh, warm waters of the

Whale Watching Tour

During this cruise youmay have the chance to see various species of whales, dolphins, seabirds and seals. An expert guide

Monster Truck Tour

Explore the spectacular Icelandic scenery from a monster truck!

Ice Cave Tour

Take a magical tour through the kaleidoscopic world of one of Iceland's ice caves!

Thorsmork nature hike

Get up close and personal with Iceland's incredible scenery on this unforgettable nature trail!

Glacier Panorama Trail

Enjoy an epic hike taking in views of Katla volcano, Eyjafjallajökull and Sólheimajökull!

Sólheimasandur plane wreck

Visit the famous Sólheimasandur plane wreck on one of Iceland's spectacular black sand beaches!

Ice climbing on Sólheimajökull glacier

Experience the thrill of ice climbing on one of Iceland's most spectacular glaciers!

Kayaking on Sólheimajökull glacier lagoon

Enjoy an unforgettable kayak tour on Sólheimajökull glacier's lagoon!

Museum of Wine & Olive Oil

TheMuseum of Wine and Olive Oil in Torgiano isrun by the Fondazione Lungarotti. Set up by the well-known local wine-making

Olive Oil Factory

Start off your visit to this olive oil factory with a walk round the olive grove where you can listen

Pizza Experience

Give your students the opportunity to learn how to make a true Neapolitan pizza!

Pozzuoli

Pozzuoli is a city of the province of Naples, in the Italian region of Campania. The town has a number

Tenuta Vannulo Mozzarella Farm

During the tour, you will watch many years of experience and knowledge at work when viewing thedemonstration onhow to make

Camp Nou Experience

Home to FC Barcelona, a visit to the Nou Camp stadium includes a tour of the stadium itself.

La Rambla

Also known as Las Ramblas, this long, wide avenue is the heart of Barcelona's shopping district and the hub of

Olympic Museum & Stadium

This stadium was the focus of the 1992 Olympic Games. It is now turned into an Olympic Museum and Gallery.

Park Guell

Intended as a housing development that never quite took off, Parc Guell is an urban park in a northern suburb of Barcelona.

Sagrada Familia

Antoni Gaudi's unique, awe-inspiring cathedral continues to grow almost organically, like a medieval cathedral.

Maison Cailler

An absolute 'must' when visiting Switzerland is tasting some of its famous chocolate! At the Maison Cailler, you'll find out

Restaurant La Fromagerie

You can’t come all the way to Switzerland without trying some of its famous alpine cheeses! Housed in a 17th

Chez Ali Fantasia

The Chez Ali offers a traditional event and dinner including an opportunity to see the Berber folklore, the jugglers performance,

Djemaa el Fna

Located in the medina, this square is a virtual festival of smells, colours, noise and activity, used by locals and

El Bahia Palace

The Bahia Palace and gardens were built in the late 19th century, intended to be the greatest palace of its

Forbidden City

The Forbidden City stands in the centre of Beijing as a monument to the city’s imperial history and rich cultural

Jade Buddha Temple

Although not a particularly old temple (it was re-built in 1928 after the first temple was destroyed in the revolution

Oriental Pearl TV Tower

The Oriental Pearl Tower is Shanghai’s most recognisable landmark and sits opposite the Bund in Pudong Park. A TV and

Summer Palace

Beijing’s Summer Palace is one of the loveliest royal parks you are ever likely to set your eyes on. Created

Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven is a stunning complex of religious buildings located to the south of the Forbidden City and

The Bund

The Shanghai Bund has dozens of historical buildingslining the Huangpu River, that once housed numerous banks and trading houses from

Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen Square is instantly recognisable to all as a symbol of the People’s Republic of China. The gate, after which

Alcatraz Cruises

Alcatraz and history go hand in hand. Once home to some of America's most notorious criminals, the federal penitentiary that

Golden Gate Bridge

The best way to see and enjoy the bridge is to drive to either side, park your vehicle and then

A-Bomb Dome

The Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall was a mere 160 meters northwest of the hypocentre and the building was heavily

Asakusa Area

Asakusa is one of the largest downtown amusement centers in Tokyo and a must for visitors to Japan. It boasts

Ginza Area

Ginza is Japan's most fashionable shopping address, with high-end shops, boutiques, art galleries and department stores like Hankyu, Matsuya, Matsuzakaya,

Himeji Castle

Himeji Castle is located in the centre of Himeji City, about 50 kilometers west of Kobe and 650 kilometers west

Kyoto Imperial Palace

Kyoto Imperial Palace used to be the residence of Japan's Imperial Family until 1868 when the emperor and capital were

Fine Arts Museum

The Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi occupies a significant position among the six national museums as it traces the origin

Hanoi Handicraft Villages

Visit some of the fascinating handicraft villages around the lush countryside surrounding Hanoi. Bat Trang has been well known since

Temple of Literature

This is a quiet oasis right in the heart of busy and often hectic Hanoi. It is also one of

Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre

Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre is located at Dinh Tien Hoang street, near ancient Hoan Kiem lake, in the centre