Sydney Art & Culture – 5 Day Adventure

Sydney’s Art and Culture in One Fun Tour

This educational adventure captures all that is arty and amazing in Sydney: world-class museums and galleries, sublime performances by top actors and dancers, and the iconic buildings that host them all.  Your knowledgeable Small World guide teaches your students about the city’s fine and performing arts, colonial history, flora, fauna and iconic sites of the city, while also organising all the behind-the-scenes details which leaves you free to enjoy your time with your students. A stop at the world-famous Sydney Opera House lets you appreciate the genius behind its architecture, and an optional live performance at The Sydney Theatre Company underscores the magic of this unforgettable city.

Areas of Learning:

  • Aboriginal Culture
  • Fine Art (art criticism, art making, art history)
  • Performing Arts
  • History
  • Astronomy


  • Tour behind-the-scenes at Sydney Theatre Company and enjoy a performance
  • Trace the untouched corners of the historic district with Small World’s friendly guide
  • Learn about the Art Gallery of NSW’s Picassos and Van Goghs from an artist or art historian
  • Encounter the art and culture of Sydney’s eclectic Chinatown
  • Study the stars in Sydney Observatory’s planetarium and telescopes
  • Discover Sydney’s hidden Aboriginal culture with an educator at the country’s oldest museum
  • Tour a TV studio to understand what goes into a broadcast
  • Stay in the historic Rocks district – close to all of the attractions

Benefits & Bonuses:

  • All accommodation, meals, guides and transport included
  • We make it easy for you – we plan everything!
  • Price Guarantee: price will not change once you sign up for your trip
  • Expert guides – not “bus drivers”
  • We cater to student special diets and swimming levels
  • Goodies! Water bottle, field guide, cloth shopping bag and rainforest plot adopted in your name
  • MAKE IT YOUR OWN – This trip is fully customisable.  Ask us for details!
Day 1: Arrival, Walking Tour, Aboriginal Culture and Sydney Opera House

Day 1: Arrival, Walking Tour, Aboriginal Culture and Sydney Opera House

Arrival: Welcome to Sydney! On arrival you are greeted by your local guide, a “Sydneysider” with an intimate knowledge of Sydney’s best-loved sites. She gives you an orientation and you are transferred to your accommodation.

Central Accommodation: Your hostel is located right in ‘The Rocks’—the historic district where Sydney began. Built above archaeological remnants of colonial Sydney, this hostel combines state-of-the-art facilities with a unique heritage experience of Sydney. All rooms have ensuites and a/c, and there are spacious communal areas, internet, on-site grocery store, coffee bar and large rooftop terrace with spectacular views directly to the Sydney Opera House.

Walking Tour: With your guide you learn about the cultural, historic and natural sites of Sydney as you follow in the steps of colonists and convicts. Tracing cobblestone paths and narrow laneways, you learn where scandals emerged and history happened.

Aboriginal Culture in the City:  Later with an Aboriginal guide you trace a circuit through an area once inhabited by clans of the Indigenous Eora Nation. An enthusiastic Aboriginal tour guide provides an in-depth explanation of the Aboriginal history of Sydney Harbour and surrounds and in particular, the significance of this special reserve.  Although the reserve lies in the shadow of Sydney’s skyline, you weave among a mosaic of plants and herbs used by Aboriginal people, like a sweet and salty plant that also eases foot blisters, one that’s used for damper and for weaving fishing bags.  Your guide illustrates the beliefs of his people through the telling of stories and you learn the significance of this land to those living here thousands of years before European settlers.

Sydney Opera House: You finish your walking tour at the most recognizable building in the world – the Sydney Opera House! Your visit to Sydney will not be complete without a photo in front of this majestic building, and your guide takes you to the perfect lookout.

Accommodation: Sydney Rocks Budget Accommodation
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Royal Botanic Gardens, Art Gallery Class, Harbour Bridge Pylon Climb, and Sydney Observatory

Day 2: Royal Botanic Gardens, Art Gallery Class, Harbour Bridge Pylon Climb, and Sydney Observatory

Royal Botanic Gardens & Special Plants: The Royal Botanic Gardens occupy one of Sydney’s most spectacular positions, and are considered to be one of the great botanic gardens of the world. With your guide you learn of plants that were significant to Aboriginal people, such as plants that were good for making mats, fishing nets, sweet drinks and cold medicine. You can also discover the Herb Garden, The Fernery, a formal rose garden, Succulent Garden, the Oriental Garden and a section dedicated to rare and threatened plants of the world.

Art Gallery of NSW: Paintings and sculptures by the European greats like Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh decorate the halls of The Art Gallery of NSW, established in 1871, along with works from respected Australians like John Brack and Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae.

Art Workshop: Here you participate in a practical workshop that seeks to develop your students’ creativity and understanding of visual arts. An artist, educator or art historian (your choice), all of whom have a connection to the works, leads the workshop and engages you in lively dialogue whilst encouraging questions. You learn to interpret art, and you extend your discussion through drawing and observational sketching in front of the works. You may like to choose a theme for your students and focus on a particular collection within the gallery including Australian art, Aboriginal art, photography, contemporary art or Asian art or you could suggest a topic of your own.

Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout: Sydney Harbour Bridge is the city’s second most famous icon, and this afternoon you climb the 200 stairs to the Pylon summit. First you are taken through 3 levels of exhibits where you learn the history of the construction of the bridge and the men who designed and built it, finishing at a perch 87 metres above sea level with panoramic views across Sydney Harbour.

Sydney Observatory Discovery: This evening you don special 3-D glasses to watch a mind-blowing space film, and then in the planetarium you learn more about the universe: which dwarf galaxies you can see with the naked eye, what stars are closest to us, and how Aboriginal people made pictures using the negative space in the sky. Later with the giant telescope, you are also able to look closely at the twinkles of star clusters, red giants, nebulae where stars are being born, globular clusters, and distant galaxies. If viewing through the telescopes is not possible due to sky conditions, a fun beanbag planetarium session is provided instead.

Accommodation: Sydney Rocks Budget Accommodation
Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 3: TV Studio Tour, Darling Harbour and Chinatown with Optional Art Gallery

Day 3: TV Studio Tour, Darling Harbour and Chinatown with Optional Art Gallery

TV Studio Tour: This morning you get a behind-the-scenes look at ABC tv station with real producers, production people and actors.  Best-loved Australian tv shows are filmed here! You visit one of the television production studios, an on-air radio studio, a news studio and the control room for a behind-the-scenes look at an Australian tv station.

Chinese Friendship Gardens and Chinatown:  Next your Small World guide takes you on a stroll through Chinatown, teaching you about the Chinese contribution to Sydney’s culture. Blazing neon signs and savoury yum cha restaurants have replaced the smoky opium dens and gambling lairs of the past, and your time here is a discovery of the senses. At the Chinese Friendship Gardens you can cross the “zig zag” bridge to an ornate rock forest, sip tea in the traditional teahouse, or pose for photos by a waterfall in a classic costume of an emperor, princess or warrior (photo is extra cost).  

This area is also home to Paddy’s Markets–once a bustling fresh produce market, it is now the place to grab a bargain with clothes, music, jewelry and lots of souvenirs to take home.

Darling Harbour: Sydney’s most exciting harbour! Here you are free to explore and you can choose to shop at the Harbourside Shopping Centre, see what’s fishy at the famous Sydney Aquarium*, encounter Aussie animals at Wildlife World*, be blown away by special effects at the Imax 3-D Cinema theatre* or meet celebrities like Angelina Jolie, cricketer Donald Bradman and Lady Gaga at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum*. Keep your eye out for street performers who are almost always in the area or one of the many festivals and events. (*entry costs apply)

Your dinner tonight is a traditional meal in Chinatown.

Accommodation: Sydney Rocks Budget Accommodation
Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 4: Australian Museum & Aboriginal Culture, Sydney Theatre Tour and Performance

Day 4: Australian Museum & Aboriginal Culture, Sydney Theatre Tour and Performance

Australian Museum & Aboriginal Culture: This is the oldest museum in the country, with an international reputation in the fields of natural history and anthropology.  Here you can wander the famous “Skeletons” exhibit, inspect specimens of large Australian wildlife as well as notorious Australian insects and spiders, roam the Dinosaurs room, and examine gemstones, rocks and minerals of Australia. In addition, Aboriginal culture comes to life when a museum educator introduces you to Aboriginal tools, boomerangs, canoes and other artifacts as well as a collection of oil paintings and water colours.

Sydney Theatre Company Tour: The heritage-listed Wharf building on iconic Sydney Harbour is home to the busy Sydney Theatre Company and features a mix of new plays by Australian playwrights, new international works, classic plays and new adaptations of classic plays.  You enjoy a guided behind-the-scenes tour of where it all happens:  set building, scenery painting, creation of costumes and props, and stage plays.

Optional Performance & Meet The Director, Cast and Crew (extra cost of $45 per student):   If you time your visit for one of these special performances, you can listen to the director of the play describe his/her ideas and work, watch the performance, and then afterwards have an enlightening Q & A session with the cast and crew.  This is a truly unique opportunity to learn from some of Australia’s greatest directors and actors!

Accommodation: Sydney Rocks Budget Accommodation
Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 5:  Urban Challenge or Contemporary Art Museum and Departure

Day 5: Urban Challenge or Contemporary Art Museum and Departure

Urban Challenge: If you have an afternoon flight, you can choose to spend the morning souvenir shopping, or participating in Small World Journeys’ Urban Challenge! (no extra cost)  The Urban Challenge is a fun team-building exercise that allows students to learn more about the history, art and culture of Sydney.  Small team groups compete against time in this treasure hunt-type activity in Sydney’s Rocks historic district.  This is a popular activity for students and the winning team gets a prize!

Museum of Contemporary Art: Alternatively, you can visit Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) – a museum dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and interpreting the work of today’s artists. The museum features an entire floor dedicated to its permanent collection of over 4000 works of art. Today your visit includes a guided tour of the galleries by a specially trained Artist Educator who helps you investigate a range of art forms including paintings, installations, sculpture and new media work. You look at innovative pieces and are encouraged to examine the role of the artist, their process and ideas as well as how the audience experiences art.

Transfer and Depart: Later you are transferred to the Sydney airport for your flight home.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Is this Sydney-focused program too long or too short? Contact us for custom tour options that match your budget and objectives!

 School Excursion Fees Include:

  • Sydney airport transfers
  • Small World Journeys guide on Days 1-5
  • All activities and entrance fees as described in the itinerary
  • Transportation to activities
  • 5 nights Sydney hostel (4 or 6 share single-gender rooms with ensuite)*
  • All continental breakfasts
  • All dinners
  • Small World Journeys reusable water bottle and cloth shopping bag

*Two teacher rooms (private twin or triple share rooms) are included in the trip price for groups of 15 students or more. For trips with low numbers (10-14), one teacher room is included. A supplement of $610 AUD is charged if an additional private room is required for the trip.
If teachers are happy to share a room, no additional costs are incurred.

School Excursion Fees Exclude:

  • Airfare
  • All lunches
  • Personal expenses (phone, laundry, etc.)


  • Darling Harbour optional activities (prices vary)
  • Performance at Sydney theatre Company, then meet the director, cast and crew after afterwards ($45 pp)
  • Traditional Chinese costume hire for photos at Chinese Gardens ($15 pp)
  • Luna Park rides (prices vary)

Land Cost to 31 March 2021:

  • 15+ participants: $1056 AUD
  • (Low numbers) 10-14 participants: $1098 AUD


All accommodation is included. You stay at an immaculate hostel in the quaint historic district with rooftop views of the Sydney Opera House! Spacious rooms have their own ensuites, laundry facilities are available, and you can relax at the in-house cafe with WiFi access.


All breakfasts and dinners are included. You are provided with all continental breakfasts and hearty dinners. A highlight is a special dinner of Chinese specialties in Chinatown! Ask us about vegetarian, kosher and halal options.

Small World Journeys reserves the right to change the order of activities for logistical reasons.




  1. Read our Terms & Conditions and tell us you want to come.
  2. Pay a $200 AUD deposit for the group (not per person – just a flat $200 to secure your booking) via our payment page or by direct deposit/cheque.
  3. Receive a link from us to your special web page that has an electronic booking forms, waivers to e-sign, and more information about the trip.
  4. Have each student sign up via this link and pay you (the teacher) no later than 60 days prior to the trip. You then submit whole payment to us at 60 days.
  5. Enjoy your trip!

Question 1: What happens when we arrive at the airport?

Answer: You will be met by a Small World Journeys staff member who will give you an orientation and then accompany you to your accommodation or first activity. Please note if you select flights that arrive or depart outside of the hours requested we can not guarentee supervision, or a staff memeber to meet you until the requested times.

Question 2: When is the best time to visit Sydney?

Answer: Sydney has a temperate climate. Summer is warm temperatures at 18-25 degrees celsius/64- 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are mild, with average temperatures at 8-16 degrees Celsius/46-60 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainfall is spread throughout the year.

Question 3: What happens if a student cancels?

Answer: If an individual student cancels from a trip within 30 days of the trip departure, no refunds are given. For this reason, we strongly encourage all parents to purchase trip cancellation insurance in order to protect against unforeseen circumstances which are the main cause for student cancellations. For more details, please see our Terms & Conditions.

Question 4: What is your safety record?

Answer: Our safety record is outstanding. Please ask us for teacher/supervisor references specifically regarding our safety measures and practices.  We do risk assessments for every excursion we run. We carry a first aid kit in our vehicles, as well as on the guide's person when in remote areas.  All guides are certified in first aid and CPR.  We give every student  a card with emergency numbers and safety information on it to carry, and we review safety measures as part of our orientation. Safety is absolutely our number one concern at all times. We do everything in our power to make sure each trip is as safe as it can possibly be.

Question 5: Do you do risk assessments?

Answer: Yes. We evaluate and re-evaluate the safety of each of our destinations and activities, and we always reserve the right to modify or cancel an itinerary if the guide feels that conditions are unsafe. We will gladly provide a risk management assessment specific to your trip on request. Small World Journeys' staff also adhere to a comprehensive Risk Management Strategy.

Question 6: Why should we purchase travel insurance?

Answer: We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance for your protection. Should a participant need to cancel their trip for any reason, our cancellation policy applies. However, travel insurance protects any loss they may experience should s/he or an immediate family member become ill or sustain an injury that prevents them from going on the trip.

Question 7: What makes Small World Journeys "eco-friendly"?

Answer: An eco tour, in our opinion, is a trip in which everyone benefits: the community, the environment, you and us. Simply by joining one of our trips, you will be supporting carbon offsetting, Rainforest Rescue's Adopt-A-Square initiative, aboriginal cultural ventures and locally-owned businesses who are working towards a more sustainable future in tourism. As our guest, you are supporting us as well. Thank you! For more information, see 10 Ways We're ''Sustainable''.

Question 8: How does Small World Journeys incorporate our educational objectives?

Answer: We work directly with the teacher organiser or group leader to understand the goals of the trip. Then we suggest activities and learning opportunities to match these objectives. For example, a group may be interested in learning more about marine biology. In this case we will facilitate some fun classroom time dedicated to marine science in Cairns, then a couple of days at the Great Barrier Reef with our marine biologist guide. We can include such things as waterproof fish and coral ID cards for each student, and mini-lectures after snorkel time. A SCUBA certification course may also be appropriate. Alternatively, we might suggest a few days at an island research station, during which students have classroom and snorkel time, as well as a service project monitoring coral bleaching on the reef. Whether it is marine science, aboriginal culture, rainforest ecology or another topic, we will work with each group to ensure an educational yet fun experience for all.

Question 9: What kind of insurance do you have in place?

Answer: Small World Journeys has public liability insurance up to $20,000,000 and is required for us to maintain our commercial permits for the national parks.

Student Excursion to Sydney – Educational Outcomes:

Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens: With a guide, students discover the Royal Botanic Gardens – one of the world’s most significant botanical gardens and the oldest scientific institution in Australia. Here students go beyond just identifying plants; they learn more about the importance of biodiversity, protection of rare and threatened species, and why the ‘dinosaur tree’ is one of the greatest botanical discoveries of our time.

For teachers who wish to incorporate specific lessons that are tied to the Australian National Curriculum, we recommend adding one of the following workshops with an RBG educator:

Evolution and Adaptation of Australian Plants: During this visit, students use fossils and plant materials to record observations about extinct and extant Australian native plants. With a guide students also observe the living relatives southern conifer forests of the middle to late Cretaceous period and the broad-leaved rainforests of the early Tertiary period. Students learn about the discovery and classification of the Wollemi pine and study the pollination adaptations of Australian native plants.


Bush Foods: During this visit, students learn about the different types of traditional foods eaten by Aboriginal people and the different methods used to collect and process traditional bush foods. In addition, students learn about the traditional diet of Aboriginal people and to appreciate and value the wide variety of foods available in Australia and the contributions from a wide range of cultures. A highlight is tasting a selection of bush foods and assisting in the preparation of recipes that have been adapted to include native ingredients.


Sydney Hyde Park Barracks Museum:  A visit to the Hyde Park Barracks Museum brings to life the early days of Australia the colony, where orphans, female Irish immigrants and insalubrious criminals all waited for their new lives to begin. With plenty of hands-on exhibits, the museum takes students on a discovery of the artifacts, tools, stories and voices of the past. Students can swing in the hammocks of the re-created dormitory, see treasures that have been saved by rats (they pulled them under the boards for their nests!) and hear the tales of life in the barracks. There is even a database in which students can search for convict ancestors.

For teachers who wish to incorporate specific lessons that are tied to the Australian National Curriculum, we recommend adding the following workshop with a Sydney Barracks Museum educator:

Prosper or Perish: This program at the Hyde Park Barracks will contextualise the Industrial Revolution as a cause for the movement of people to Australia between 1820-1850. Students will analyse a wide range of source material relating to the experiences of convicts and female immigrants during the 19th century, identify different perspectives and empathise with the actions and values of people in this historical period. Students will also work as historians, using maps, paintings, newspapers and personal diaries to discover how Sydney changed between 1820-1850, and take part in an investigation that combines archaeological artifacts with archival records.


Art Gallery of NSW Guided Tour:

Tour with an Artist: During this visit, students connect with artists and artworks on display through the eyes of a professional artist. Students learn about where artists begin, their art practice and inspirations, finding a dealer, selling work and how they become part of private and public collections.


Tour with an Educator: During this visit, students are shown the gallery by a teacher-educator with at least two years of classroom experience. This is the perfect choice for organizers who wish to connect their classroom learning to the gallery’s current collection.


Tour with an Art Historian: During this visit, students follow an art historian and discover the stories behind the works, the society in which they were made and how they came into the collection.


Sydney Observatory: perched on a hill in the centre of the city, holds historical significance as a place of star study, and is now a dedicated public observatory and museum. Intriguing meteorological instruments, massive telescopes including a hydrogen-alpha solar telescope, and a fun 3-D space theatre make this a fascinating discovery of the sky for students of all ages. Inside the Observatory’s digital planetarium, students are oriented to the southern sky and constellations, where an astronomer also teaches about quirks of our galaxy and nearby stars. A research-grade computerised telescope permits students to follow the evolutionary path of stars by searching for star-forming nebulae, main sequence stars including binaries, post main sequence red giants, planetary nebulae and white dwarfs (weather permitting).

For teachers who wish to incorporate specific lessons that are tied to the Australian National Curriculum, we recommend a visit focused on your particular area of interest:

Physics, space, cosmic engine and astrophysics students have much to gain with a visit to the Observatory. Open and globular cluster viewing is perfect for HR Diagram discussion. HSC physics worksheets are available on request and lunar photography opportunities for smart phone users.


The Australian Museum: The Australian Museum is the oldest museum in the country, and it holds a highly respected collection of vertebrate and invertebrate zoology, as well as mineralogy, paleontology, and anthropology. In the museum, students also hear from Aboriginal people about canoe making in NSW, explore creation stories and whale ceremonies from the NSW South Coast and see ceremonial costumes and dance masks from the Torres Strait which accompany stories about spirituality and culture. There are a host of specialized tours that can be tailored to your educational objectives.


Chinatown and Friendship Gardens: With a guide students tour the Chinese Gardens and the Chinatown precinct, in the process learning of the significance of Sydney’s Chinese population and culture. As one of the country’s minority majorities, the Chinese community in Australia has played a major role in shaping the country’s immigration policies. As a symbol of friendship between Sydney and Guangzhou, the walled Chinese Gardens boast an oasis of waterfalls, hidden pathways, pagodas, koi ponds, exotic plants and bizarrely shaped rock formations. Here students wander the wild gardens whilst appreciating the Taoist principles of “yin-yang” and qi that were carefully taken into account by meticulous landscape architects.

Sydney Theatre Company and Performance: Students gain insight into professional theatre–both behind the scenes and on the stage—with a visit to the Sydney Theatre Company. At the famed Wharf 4, Australian stars such as Toni Collette, Geoffrey Rush and Cate Blanchett cultivated their careers. This is also where students witness how sets are constructed, costumes are created and lighting is delicately balanced to deliver illusion and entertainment.

For teachers who wish to incorporate specific lessons that are tied to the Australian National Curriculum, we recommend adding the following workshop with the director, cast and crew:

Meet The Director, Cast and Crew: If you time your visit for one of the special performances (held about once a month), students can add depth to their theatre experience. They experience the power of a live theatre performance at either one of the Wharf Theatres or The Sydney Opera House. This is dramatic art at the highest calibre, and a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students. Both drama students and English students can explore themes of loyalty and betrayal, existentialism and love versus lust in such plays as Shakespeare’s Hamlet starring Geoffrey Rush to Samuel Beckett’s Endgame starring Hugo Weaving to Chekov’s The Present starring Cate Blanchett.  Meeting the director, cast and crew presents a chance for students to more closely examine and question performance styles, symbolism and direction.

Sydney Urban Challenge: This activity is designed to teach students more about Sydney’s colonial and Aboriginal history whilst encouraging them to work as a team. Taking place entirely in the historic Rocks district, this urban challenge leads students through backstreets and alleyways, among statues and artefacts, discovering clues about Sydney’s past up through the 20th century.


How your trip supports the community

We acknowledge  Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islander People as the first inhabitants of Australia and acknowledge Traditional Owners of the lands where we work and our groups travel. Your trip includes learning about local Aboriginal people, the traditional owners of the land on which you are traveling.  It is our policy to include a talk or an activity with an Aboriginal person on every trip we offer. We are proud to say that in the financial year of 2018-19, we gave over $43,000 in business to Aboriginal-owned ventures.

SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES: We use locally owned accommodation, restaurants, and suppliers whenever possible to keep income in the community. This includes supporting farmers by purchasing locally-grown fruits and vegetables for you on your trip. We also give you a list of where to buy locally-made crafts and souvenirs so you can continue this support as well.

SUPPORTING LOCAL CHARITIES: For more information on how we donate to Harald’s House for homeless and disadvantaged youth as well as donate to environmental groups, see Philanthropy and Partnerships.

How your trip is “Eco-friendly”

REDUCING WASTE: We give you your own water bottle and cloth shopping bag to eliminate the need for disposable bottles and plastic bags. By reducing our need for plastic bags and bottles, we avoid having these things go into landfills or into the tummies of our native animals. For more information on how we donate to environmental groups, see Philanthropy and Partnerships.

OUR OFFICE IS RUN ON SOLAR POWER: Our future is so bright, we gotta wear shades.

CARBON OFFSETTING: We calculate the total carbon footprint of your trip. Then we pay Sustainable Travel International (STI) to offset your emissions by investing in environmental and community-based projects. In 2018 we offset 76.72 mega tonnes of carbon dioxide! For more information about our carbon offsetting, see 10 Ways We’re ”Sustainable”.

How your trip is safety-oriented

REFERENCES:  We have had hundreds of students travel with us, and our safety record is excellent.  Ask us for teacher references specifically regarding safety.

RISK ASSESSMENT: We do a risk assessment for every student tour we run. That risk assessment then gets sent to the organising teacher. We have safety protocols for our activities and a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Manual that documents these protocols. We also have a complete Crisis Management Plan. In addition, students are given a safety briefing during orientation that addresses hazards and risks for this region.

GUIDES AND SAFETY: Small World Journeys’ guides hold current Senior First Aid and CPR certificates, along with government-issued Driver’s Authority and Working With Children cards (also known as a Blue Card). For more information on our guides, see The Small World Journeys Team.