If you want to buy a new car, you first do a test drive to see if it ticks all the boxes. So why not do a “test drive” of Styria before your planned school trip? Young Styria’s study trips for teachers offer you the opportunity to get a first-hand experience of Styria.
The advantage: You can do a “reality check” of your selected accommodation and attractions before actually visiting them with your students.
Websites, brochures and catalogues are useful resources when it comes to planning a project week. However, it’s even better to get first-hand information right on site. Before booking your school or youth trip, we recommend joining a Young Styria study trip – here’s 5 reasons why!
Stunning natural gems such as Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen Nature Park, varied regions like Schladming-Dachstein and cultural highlights such as the city of Graz: Styria is full of fascinating, educational highlights. For instance, students of all ages can …
Plus, students get the chance to experience heart-felt hospitality and the Styrian way of life during a school trip to Styria.
Study trips are a great way to make sure that your planned activities and accommodation options are suitable for your students. A study trip gives you the chance to do a “reality check” of your upcoming project week. A great opportunity to combine work and relaxation and be inspired by Styria’s nature, culture and culinary highlights!
Get in the holiday mood: Of course, study trips are mainly about reality-checking the planned activities of your upcoming school trip. However, it’s also important that the teachers are able to relax and unwind during a study trip. After all, they have an enormous workload and responsibility during a project week.
So why not combine work and pleasure during a study trip? In addition to varied activities, affordable travel options make a study trip to Styria all the more pleasant.
Costs for a study trip for teachers to Styria are 90 euros per person, including the following:
This price excludes drinks, travel costs and additional expenditures.
Please note: The same prices and included services apply for accompanying persons. For children between 3 and 15 years, a service charge of 50 euros applies
As a teacher, you love to meet new people and are a fan of face-to-face conversations? That’s exactly how we feel! That’s why we’re always happy to meet new and old acquaintances during our study trips. What’s more, a study trip makes it easier to coordinate certain things on site and find out about any remaining questions. And of course, you can always have a chat with your accommodation or activity providers!
Study trips are a great opportunity to meet like-minded teachers. Just like their students, teachers make new experiences with every school trip – and it can be really helpful to share and discuss them with others.
At Young Styria, we have organised lots of project weeks. That’s why we know exactly how to draw up exciting and fun itineraries. On our study trips, we’re happy to present you our best activities for school groups in Styria.
What all our itineraries have in common is that they are fascinating, educational and, of course, lots of fun. Plus, we strive to cater to the needs of all students – including those with disabilities or allergies.
Sounds interesting? Then have a look at our travel ideas for school trips to Styria!
Three days, two nights – and plenty of hours to be filled with exciting activities! Read on to see a sample itinerary for a study trip with Young Styria:
Day 1 (arrival and get-together):
Day 2 (seasonal activities):
Day 3 (half-day activities and departure):
Good to know: Study trips are also suitable for youth trip organisers, scout group leaders and fire cadet leaders.
If you choose a Young Styria offer, there’s no need to find and book an individual accommodation. You also don’t have to worry about activities – they’re all set up by our experts.
If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to contact us! On our website, you can also find useful information on getting to Styria as well as frequently asked questions about school trips.