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Art Tours

The world is full of art waiting for you to discover it. Help your students find what art means to them and inspire them with an Art tour.

From discovering Renasissance Sculpture in Florence to exploring the largest collection of Southeast Asian art in Singapore.

Below are just are just a few examples we would recommend for art tours, but we are able to create bespoke itineraries to any destination you desire. 

Amsterdam Art Tour

Amsterdam is a delightful and compact historic city with more canals than Venice and more bridges than Paris. The central core of the city combines tree lined canals, 17th Century Dutch architecture, art galleries and museums – more than enough to captivate your art students.

Barcelona Art Tour

Barcelona is Spain’s second city and with its range of amazing art galleries, unique architecture and historic monuments, this cultural hub is a great destination to inspire your students artistic flare. The architecture and art of Gaudi dominate the city and the Sagrada Familia cathedral is an ongoing tribute to his work and influence

Berlin Art Tour

Berlin the largest and capital city of Germany though still connected with nature as a third of the city’s area is covered by forests, parks, gardens, rivers, canals and lakes. It’s not all about history in Berlin as the city has so much to offer.

Florence Art Tour

Florence the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and the city which inspired famous artists such as Michelangelo. It is home to nearly a third of the world’s greatest art treasures. It includes pieces such as Sandro Botticelli’s – The Birth of Venus and Michelangelo’s - David.

London Art Tour

The thriving culturally diverse capital of the UK boasts a unique and varied selection of art to view. It is a must destination for art aficionados. It is home to one of the largest art scenes in the world with around 1,500 galleries in the city.

Madrid Art Tour

This vibrant modern city can be perfectly described in one-word Cosmopolitan. Madrid is a great destination to visit for art but also ideal to experience Spanish culture with its vast array of museums, tapas restaurants and miraculous landscaped parks, it will surely influence your students next art project.

New York Art Trip

The city often described as the “the city that never sleeps” really does live up to its name. This cultural hub on the east coast provides a great opportunity to view a diverse collection of art, especially a great collection of modern and contemporary art.

Paris Art Tour

France’s romantic capital has always been an attraction to artists and people of vision. The city has been highly regarded in the Arts scene for decades with many of the great artists such as Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Salvador Dalí and Vincent Van Gogh having lived in or visited the city for inspiration.

Rome Art Tour

This historic city allows you to travel back in time as well as experiencing todays modern chic Italy. It has extensive collection of roman art with also a growing number of contemporary and modern pieces. It’s a great destination to show students a more classical approach to art through vast collection of ancient sculpture and paintings.

Singapore Art Trip

Singapore may be one of the smallest country in southeast Asia but is one of leading Art hubs within the region. It has slowly been growing its reputation for it’s collections of contemporary art since the 1990’s. It’s home to the largest public collection of modern southeast Asian artworks.

Venice Art Tour

Venice one of Italy’s art Capitals is full of historic work by Italian and International artists. It is also home to Murano Glass made on Murano island you can watch it been created and view an extensive collection of pieces.