This international city is home to the United Nations, the International Red Cross and other major organizations, making Geneva a symbol of diplomacy and peace. Some of these institutions can be visited, depending on your interests, which will be invaluable for students of politics or sociology.
One of the biggest draws for youth groups is CERN - The European Centre for Nuclear Research (Centre Européen des Recherches Nucléaires ), which is proving increasingly popular with science teachers and students alike. The centre is keen to work closely with educational groups and welcomes visitors. They also offer teacher programmes and the opportunities for students to be involved in their work.
Whilst CERN is a fantastic trip for science students, the countless museums, galleries and other attractions of Geneva itself will be sure to captivate students of any discipline and with use of the public transport system, it’s such an easy destination to explore.
Fly to Geneva with transfers in the UK. Boat cruise on arrival to see the city.
Morning visit to CERN, afternoon guided tour of the United Nations Palais des Nations.
Visit to Chamonix and Mont Blanc which can be accessed by mountain railway.
Longer tours by coach also available.
Visits And Excursions
Each group will have its own special interests and curricular needs. That’s why every visit can be completely tailored around you. You’ll find some suggestions below, but you can always call us to discuss more options.