A short trip somewhere new is sometimes what students and young people need. Immersing yourself in the country, culture and language is essential to really understand what you are learning! If you are a school or college, an all-inclusive short break package in the UK could be very beneficial. We offer a variety of trips customised to suit you!
What we offer
Our Bronze Tier package offers 4 days and 3 nights in Bristol, each packed with trips, activities and sights to see.
Explore Clifton Village, a gorgeous village in Bristol. Its architecture and style are very old fashioned and unique, making it the perfect spot for photos! The Clifton Mansion is nearby, a beautiful traditional Victorian mansion, and the home of the Lord Mayor. The next stop of the trip is the incredible Clifton Suspension Bridge. This was designed in 1831 by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who was described as “one of the most ingenious and prolific figures in engineering history” by The Design Museum. After this, you will have free time to settle into Bristol.
You will visit Bristol’s City Centre. This includes the Bristol Harbour, a picturesque area packed with bars and restaurants. You can also visit Broadmead and Cabot Circus, the nearby shopping quarter, with a big variety of shops. After this, you will visit Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, where you can explore collections of art, nature, history and science. There are also exciting temporary exhibitions shown continuously.
Bristol is a city of art, and you will find beautiful and meaningful street art everywhere, it is part of Bristol’s identity. In fact, the anonymous, yet world-renowned, graffiti artist Banksy is from here! This means that a lot of his early art is on the colourful streets of Bristol! You will follow a tour of his art around Bristol, and will definitely see other street art while you’re on the trip!
You will explore the Bristol Old Town, a beautifully archaic part of Bristol with cobblestone streets and traditional pubs. There, you will find The Llandoger Trow, a pub from 1664, which is said to have inspired Robert Louis Stevenson for the inn from Treasure Island, and where Daniel Defore met the person who became his inspiration for Robinson Crusoe.
After this, you will see the SS Great Britain, a museum ship and former passenger steamship between Bristol and New York, also designed by Brunel. Another option is having a meal at Za Za Bazaar restaurant, a buffet with delicious food from all over the world, located on the Bristol Harbour.
Depending on the time of departure on the last day of the trip, you may visit the M Shed, a museum all about Bristol’s culture, history and people, also located on the Harbour.
How much does it cost?
This trip package will be organised to suit you and is fully customisable to what you would like. The cost of this package is £250 per person in a group of 15 people or more; additional activities are available but will come at an extra cost. Please contact us if you would like to find out more!