Looking to take your group someplace unique and thought provoking? Well, there is probably no place in the world quite as unique as the European Organisation of Nuclear Research (CERN). With its quest to determine what the universe is made of and how did it start, it has become a must see for anyone interested in science and physics.
Every physics student will enjoy a visit to some of the world’s most powerful particle accelerators. Research conducted in this facility aims to uncover answers regarding particle physics- the study of the fundamental constituents of matter and the forces acting between them. Tours for Groups now organises group travel to this unique destination located on the Franco-Swiss border. Your group will enjoy a tour around the facility as well as have the opportunity to visit exhibitions “Universe of Particles” and “Microcosm.”Ask a Question Get a Quote
Afternoon:Depart from school and travel for English Channel Crossing via ferry or Euroshuttle into France.
Evening: Travel through France.
Morning: Onward travel and arrival in Switzerland.
Afternoon:Begin the day sightseeing the city of Geneva. Spend time along the banks of Lake Geneva or visit the many museums the city has to offer.
Evening: Check-into hotel and settle down period before enjoying Geneva at your leisure. Evening activities available upon request.
Morning: After breakfast,travel to CERN European Organization for Nuclear Research for guided tour of facilities and each tour lasts about 3 hours and comprises an introduction followed by a film, visits to experimental areas and/or to an accelerator.
Afternoon: Time to visit the on-site exhibitions “Universe of Particles” and or “Microcosm”.
Evening: Return to hotel and spend time at your leisure.
Morning: After breakfast, check-out of hotel and travel to Luxembourg for a stop to see this charming tiny nation.
Afternoon: Travel through France towards the Port of Calais.
Evening: Ferry or Euro shuttle crossing into England and onwards travel to school with arrival at school in the morning hours of the next day.