Rome Art

Prices from: £319 (Based on 4 Days, 3 Nights)

Rome is a city steeped in over 2000 years of iconic history, culture, religion and of course, art. This assortment of topics and learning experiences makes Rome the ultimate alfresco classroom, with ample resources to help you deliver unforgettable lessons to your students!

Rome’s significance throughout art history is unparalleled, laying at the epicentre of High Renaissance and Baroque movements with icons such as Michelangelo, Raphael, Bernini and Pietro da Cortona working within the the city during these eras. Since the 17th century Rome’s collection of classical pieces and historic architecture has drawn artists from all over Europe, including; Poussin, Claude Lorrain, Piranesi, Pannini and Mengs to name a few.

Fast forward to the Rome we know and love today, and this fantastic city has become a melting pot of artistic wonders boasting countless museums, galleries and intricate churches housing priceless masterpieces. Students will be spoilt for choice with inspiration waiting behind every corner, from the Vatican City Museum within the picturesque and unique architecture of the Vatican City, to the modern art bursting from the Museum of Art of the 21st Century. Rome’s vast collection of remarkable art combined with its iconic architecture make it the ultimate playground for any budding artists searching for inspiration.

The friendly, expert team at Adaptable Travel will ensure your trip to Rome is as unique as your group is to you. Get in touch with our team today for a quotation and to start planning your perfect school trip to Rome.

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Thorpe Bay GB
Hotel was basic which suited the number of teenagers on the trip but some of the utilities were not working.
Confirmed traveller: 20 October 2019
Published on: 08 November 2019
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Penrith GB
This was the best educational visit I have been on.
Confirmed traveller: 11 June 2019
Published on: 31 July 2019
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Penrith GB
Really excellent tour. The hotel was friendly and adequate to our needs without being luxurious. But it is what we needed. The Transport was exceptional. The Vatican breakfast and tour were exceptional. The tour of Rome was good though in future we will do that ourselves so that we can tailor it better to our needs. The only other thing I would change would be to go at another time of the year as it was exceptionally hot and our students found that quite difficult. But I would fully recommend this company. The tour was clear value for money and students said that it was the best school trip they had ever been on.
Confirmed traveller: 28 June 2018
Published on: 09 July 2018
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National Gallery of Ancient Art
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National Gallery of Modern Art
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Palatine Hill
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Roman Forum
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Hotel Villa Rosa, 3*

Location: Superb location, just 5 minutes’ walk away from Trastevere Station, wit... Read more

Mariano Hotel, 3*

Location: Excellent location, near to the main Termini Station which is just 5 minut... Read more

Laurence Hotel, 3*

Location: Situated in the university area called Tor Vergata. There is a good connec... Read more

Hotel Center 1&2

Location:  Located in central Rome, just a short walk from the cities main trai... Read more

Hotel Italia

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Destination Pack
To assist you with planning the most relevant and appropriate itinerary for your students, a Leisure & Learning destination pack complete with a full excursion list including curriculum area recommendations will be sent with every quote.

Adaptable Travel will work with you to develop a bespoke itinerary for your group, ensuring your students get the very most out of their school trip experience. Below is an example itinerary for an art study trip to Rome:

Day 1:

Upon arrival at the airport your group will board your outgoing flight toward Rome.

Once your group has arrived in the beautiful city of Rome your will transfer to your hotel and check in, if you have arrived before check in left luggage facilities should be available. Depending on flight times your group may enjoy your first taste of Rome, on board an open top bus tour of Rome with City Sightseeing Roma.

To finish off the day your group will sit down for an evening meal.

Day 2:

Breakfast will be served in your hotel before your group enjoys a tour of the remarkable Sistine Chapel, followed by a visit to the Vatican Museum.

After these visits your group will enjoy some free time for lunch in Rome.

After a lunch in the city, your group will visit the National Gallery of Ancient Art and the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art.

To round off a wonderful day, your group will enjoy an evening meal in Rome before heading back to the hotel.

Day 3:

Your group will enjoy breakfast at your hotel, followed by a visit to the Capitoline Museum.

After breakfast in your hotel your group will take a stroll up to the Borghese Art Gallery, where you can view sculptures, ancient mosaics, paintings and more fantastic art works.

After this visit your group will have the opportunity to grab some lunch in Rome and take in the fabulous city.

Once your group has had a break in the sun, you will take part in the E3 Trail ‘The Emperor’s Quest’. On this interactive walking trail your students will explore some of Rome’s most popular sites such as St Peter’s Square, The Villa Borghese and The Trevi Fountain.

As the sun starts to go down on a jam-packed day your group will enjoy an evening meal in Rome, before returning to your accommodation.

Day 4:

Your group will enjoy a final breakfast in your hotel, before checking out.

Depending on flight times your group may have some free time to explore Rome one last time.

After checking out and exploring Rome for the final time it’s time to travel back to the airport to board your return flight to the UK.

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