A tour with a guide is a must when it comes to school trips. The Åland guides are versatile and qualified and will also come along for bicycle tours or town walks if you so wish.
In Åland there are close to 60 skilled guides who speak 11 languages. They are available year round and adjust their guiding according to the interests of the group. The guide also talks about Åland’s special position as an autonomous and demilitarized region and about its relationship to EU.
If you don’t have any special wishes, there are of course several standard tours to choose from. For example to Åland’s first and foremost sights; the castle of Kastelholm and Bomarsund’s fortress ruins or to the Mail and Custom’s house in Eckerö or to the Hunting and Fishing Museum in Eckerö. The museum ship Pommern and the Åland Maritime Museum are also popular sights.
A day tour to the islands east of the main island is also something we recommend. You get to see small but viable archipelago islands and the very special harsh nature and at the same time experience the modern communications with many smaller inter-island ferries.