Meet Adriana: your local support in Madrid

Friday September 30, 2016

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Madrid is a vast, all-encompassing Spanish city, and one that offers students the chance to really immerse themselves in Spanish culture. With plenty of things to do at this glorious location, from visiting the breathtaking Royal Palace of Madrid to browsing exhibits at Museo Nacional Del Prado, Madrid is a popular destination for school trips abroad, and it's no surprise why!

However, for teachers, booking any school tour abroad can be stressful, which is why we at WST are here to help; members of our travel team have explored Madrid on dedicated familiarisation trips, and all of our accommodation has been handpicked for its quality rooms, cleanliness and location. By booking through a tour operator, you really do have peace of mind that your trip has been planned meticulously.

As an innovative company - with a distinct passion for customer service - we also offer unrivalled support for school trips, going even further to supply exceptional guidance before and during your stay, thanks to our knowledgeable on-site support agents.

Living in the various countries and cities we arrange school trips to, our support agents are on-hand to provide assistance during your trip. Passionate about where they live and with local knowledge of the destination, they are the perfect guides, taking you around specific attractions or simply accompanying you throughout set times of the day. Whatever you’re after, our local guides can help.

Meet Adriana: Our Madrid Agent

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At WST, we arrange exciting school tours to Madrid for Spanish language classes, art and design students, and for enrichment trips. Each one can be tailored around the curriculum, offering visits that really bring home the subject matter in a captivating way. If you would like more information on how a tour agent like Adriana can provide invaluable assistance for your group, or for details about the other guides we work with, contact a member of our travel team today.