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Coming World Remember Me Workshop - REMEMBER. HELP. REFLECT. CONNECT

ComingWorldRememberMe is a sculptural art project aiming to create 600,000 clay sculptures by 2018 - each representing a soldier and spanning 50 nationalities that died on Belgian soil during the First World War. Read more

Published: October 3rd 2014

Memorial de Caen

Memorial de Caen: Educating school groups about World War II

From the moment students step of the coach, the Memorial de Caen provides a strong message – a lesson learnt by many – on the outcome of war and the futile attempts of one man to cut the freedom of others. Read more

Published: March 29th 2014


Good Gaudi! Why Barcelona is the leading school art trip destination

Some may argue it is in the name – Barça: The Passion. The reality is that the passion extends beyond the name of this city and into the artistic flair that adorns every building and street, every gallery and park.  Read more

Published: February 25th 2014


Get geared up this winter

Here we take a glance at fashion that has past, what to expect to see on the slopes this season and what we might expect in the future as we look into our crystal ball. Read more

Published: February 21st 2014

Top of the Rock

Why New York is towering over other city destinations this year

The city that never sleeps, New York is becoming increasingly popular with schools, colleges and universities as a destination that ticks all the boxes for educating, enlightening and inspiring students of all ages. Find out why New York may be the ideal next trip for your group. Read more


Published: February 18th 2014
WWII Soldier

Top 5 excursions in Normandy for the study of WWII battlefields

Looking towards the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy, our Product Specialist Madeleine has thought about her top excursions for a history and battlefields educational tour to Normandy. Read more

Published: February 11th 2014 


One Man One GoPro - Memories captured by Tom

If your student group has travelled to the resort of Alpe d’Huez this season chances are you have met our man Tom. Weaving in and out capturing your memories on his GoPro cam, Tom has been compiling videos of our groups staying at the Vallee Blanche and Belle Aurore Clubhotels. Read more

Published: February 7th 2014

Chinese Dragon

Chinese dining dos and don'ts for students

With the fast pace of technology and more accessible transport links, you could assume that cultural differences no longer play such an obstacle for student travellers going from the West to the East. However, there are still quite a few dining customs that students should take head of when traveling to China. Read more

Published: January 31st 2014


A Guide to the Hogwarts Experience at Warner Bros. Studios

Located in Leavesden, a short shuttle bus journey from Watford Junction station will take you to the Warner Bros. Studios and the magical world of Harry Potter. As the memorable music rings out above your head, it is difficult for even those who have not watched all the movies to not begin to feel an increasing sense of excitement and anticipation. Read more
Published: January 21st 2014
Chateau du Molay

The Château du Molay: 250 Years of History

It seems we don’t need to look much further than the walls of our Château du Molay for a history lesson. Gemma and Lisle, who head the Château team in Molay-Littry, dived into the past of this historic building to uncover the secrets and stories that have bridged over 200 years. Read more

Published: January 13th 2014

New Travelbound Website

Welcome to our new website

We’ve been pretty busy here at Travelbound International HQ. Not only have we been working hard to rebrand all of our documents, presentations and promotional material, but also… drum roll… create a whole new website designed around your needs! Read more
Published: December 20th 2013