Teaching classes, marking exams, supporting students: Being a teacher is a varied and rewarding yet challenging job. That’s why it’s nice to hand over the responsibility from time to time, for instance when it comes to planning a school trip. The experts of Young Styria are happy to help you with everything from offers to bookings.
At around 61.4 per cent forest cover, Styria is Austria’s most densely forested province. This makes it a great destination for hiking and exploring natural gems like Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen Nature Park. During winter, kids can try different winter sports or hone their skills at the ski resorts of Schladming-Dachstein or Erzberg Leoben.
The provincial capital of Graz is a cultural hotbed full of exciting highlights. What’s more, the province is known for its delicious culinary delights, ranging from pumpkinseed oil to Vulcano ham and irresistible chocolate.
Always worth a visit: Geographical, cultural and culinary variety as far as the eye can see – project weeks in Styria are an unforgettable experience for students. What’s more, Styria is a great all-year destination for school trips that are both fun and educational.
Have a look at our Young Styria travel ideas to see our project week packages for school groups. They give you an idea of what your school trip could look like. Plus, they contain price information for individual accommodation options and attractions.
Throughout the years, Young Styria offers regular study trips to give teachers an idea of their upcoming school trip to Styria. On the one hand, they get a first-hand experience of the selected accommodation, on the other hand, they can visit the attractions they have planned for their trip in advance.
Teachers and students can expect a vast choice of fun and educational excursion destinations all across Styria. The Young Styria family consists of 34 accommodation and activity partners, who are happy to welcome school groups and treat them to a dose of typical Styrian hospitality.
To ensure a carefree trip, we will provide you with directions and detailed information on mobility options in Styria. For travel options for students with disabilities, consult our accessible school trips section.
If you have any other questions, have a look at our FAQ or fill in the contact form – we’re looking forward to hearing from you!
Are you looking for bad-weather activities? Or would you like to know how other students spent their trip to Styria? In our School Trips A–Z guide , the magazine of Young Styria, you can find useful information on excursion destinations that are also suitable for rainy days. Plus, we have compiled useful packing lists to help you with your travel preparations.