Employing over 6,000 people, this factory specializes in the assembly of the VW Golf, and the Audi A4. The visit includes a short film about the production of the cars and a visit to the showroom and the factory. Your students will discover how robots assemble the coachwork, along with the mechanics process. Minimum age 14 years. Max group size is 25
Working in the same way as the Bank of England, Belgium's version offers guided tours, along with a talk about the bank and it’s role
This interestig brewery was established in 1900, and offers tours which showcase the brewing process that has changed little since its inception, highlighting how the business survives in a changing world
This tasty tour allows students to understand the origin of chocolate and the chocolate making process. The group will also be able to see the production take place. There will also be an opportunity for chocolate tasting - what better way to make learning about business more intersting?
Antwerp is the world's leading diamond trader, so why not visit the worlds’ largest diamond museum in the worlds’ premier diamond city? Informative and interactive museum exploring the diamond trade in detail
The European Commission is the excutive bosy of the EU, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the Union's treaties and the general day-to-day running of the Union. Take a guided tour of a key part of the EU within the city. 20-45 people limits.
Where many key European descisions are made, many affecting business within the UK. Have a guided tour of the most renowned building within the EU region of the city, being the headquarters of the EU, built in 1998, and is the ‘new heartbeat’ of Brussels. 20-45 people limits.
Handling up to 3,000 tons of vegetables per day, this guided tour will allow students to understand the history of the world of auctions, and more particularly about the auction of Mechelen. They will also learn about the route of the vegetables, from farms to your local supermarket
Visit the home In Bev, one of the world’s largest brwwery companies, and home of famous brands such as Stella Artois, Brahma and Becks, and over 200 other famous brands. The visit consists of a guided tour to the brewing hall, the filtration and filling plant and an opportunity to taste Stella Artois
The Port of Antwerp is one of the world's busiest ports, and is a hive of activity. Take an informative half day tour of this maritime gateway for import, export, transit, storage, distribution and production in Belgium. The tour will allow your students to tour around the lockage, container terminal, steel terminal and exhibition hall, witnessing first hand how this port influences business globally
Students can learn about one of the past, present & future of one of Europe’s major coach manufacturers, and includes a guided tour including a video, presentation and factory visit
Visit and tour this distillery to learn about the entire distillation process
Wolf Ollech Diamond Factory
This traditional diamond factory is located in the heart of the diamond District of Antwerp. Your group will be able to ee how rough diamonds are sawed, bruted and polished
Take a behind the scene’s tour of the operations of Belgium primary international airport. Different tours are available to suit yoiur group, with your pupils being able to explore the airport on a two-hour walk through the passenger terminal.