Skolresa till Åland. A school trip is a memory for life, especially if you travel to an exciting destination packed with experiences and activities. If you choose Åland you get all of this in the same package.
Åland is perfect for school trips and summer camps. The trip could last from one day to a whole week. There are many benefits:

The trip

The sea voyage is in itself an adventure. Additionally it is quick and has an advantageous price. Groups arriving from Finland can also, except for the passenger ferries, choose the archipelago ferries to Åland.

The location

Åland is easily accessible from both Sweden and Finland. And it feels like its own country, not entirely Swedish or Finnish.

The adventures

Among the 6 500 islands and skerries in Åland, lots of adventures await. Åland also offers interesting culture, history and many sights.

Everything is close

There are lots of things to see and do in a small area.

Security

You can let the pupils explore on their own.


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