We're delighted to offer this unique science tour based in Geneva, Switzerland, featuring a visit to CERN, the European organisation for Nuclear Research. CERN operates the world's largest particle Physics laboratory and employs nearly 8,000 scientists and engineers representing 608 universities and research facilities.
Depart school for travel to Geneva. Transfer to accommodation and enjoy time to explore the local area.
Morning sightseeing in Geneva, with a chance to visit Saint Peter's Cathedral or the Place Neuve. Afternoon visit to the Red Cross museum.
A day at CERN, including a guided tour of its exhibitions, experimental areas and other facilities. An evening of bowling.
Day spent on Geneva's beautiful lakefront. Morning visit to the see the popular 450ft high Jet D'eau machinery (water fountain). Take a river trip and stroll across Mont-Blanc Bridge to see Geneva's famous Flower Clock.
Morning free for final sightseeing before travelling back to school.
Alexandra, Head of Physics, Alleyn’s School London