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Sorrento/Bay of Naples

This beautiful region provides the ultimate platform for those studying Geography, Geology or Classics at HE, FE and Sixth form levels, with the mighty Vesuvius overlooking the bay and the iconic Island of Capri and historic towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum closeby.

We also offer some exciting programmes for both Business Studies and Hospitality & Catering which are designed to educate and inspire your groups.

Buried beneath volcanic debris for centuries, the region is brimming in spectacular archaeological sites - including the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Expert local guides can accompany you to famous local sites, bringing them to life with stories of historic events that have shaped this miraculous region. 

Explore the lesser known, yet better preserved town of Herculaneum, that was impacted by the Vesuvius eruption of 79AD. Meanwhile, a visit to nearby Pompeii offers the opportunity to see the Roman Architecture and frescos still visible and wander the original streets with their shops and houses.

With most groups looking to stay in or near Sorrento, a full itinerary can be created by our subject specialists, full of enjoyable and educational visits to compliment your studies. 

For more information on this magical region in Italy, please contact our expert team at FHT Group Tours today for prices and full details of these educational trips. 

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Peter organised an amazing experience. Tam and Paula were awesome in dealing with all of the cancellations due to extreme weather. I can not speak highly enough of the whole team and I will never use a different company for as long as I organise these trips.

Banbury College | Berlin

What our client's say

I have worked with Paula for a very long time and she has been incredibly helpful with the construction of this tour, which was a new one for us

Bishop Wordsworth's School

Aly was very professional and friendly, she was also highly communicative throughout the booking process. We would definitely use the company in the future.

William Morris Sixth Form