2nd August 2012

Experience the beauty of Belgium with a School trip to the Belgian Coast with Adaptable Travel. Possessing some of the most alluring beaches in all of Europe, the Belgian Coast has established itself as a go to destination for school trips in recent years. 

Take a boat ride around the charming medieval city of Bruges, nicknamed “The Venice of the north” due to its mazy canals that slice through the city, and enjoy Bruges from a unique point of view or if you would prefer a bird’s eye view, The Belfry of Bruges can provide just that. Rising high above the market square, the leaning tower gives panoramic views of the city.

If you would prefer to spend time on Belgium’s white sandy beaches, the popular coastal resorts of Blankenberge and Oostende are ready to welcome you. Providing a perfect place to relax and unwind, the rich cultural towns are as beautiful as the beaches they lie upon.

Belgium is famed for its chocolate and as such there are plenty of museums honouring this important part of their culture. The Choco-story museum in Bruges retells the history of chocolate from its very first uses by the Aztecs and Mayans all the way up to its present day use, there is also a full exhibition dedicated to the health benefits of chocolate.  Roose’s Chocolate World factory will give you a chance to see the famous Belgian chocolate being produced first hand by professionals, with the chance to sample them at the end!

With all this on offer plus its close proximity to the Capital of Brussels, it is clear to see why The Belgian Coast is a popular destination for school trips.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to arrange your next school trip to the Belgian Coast.

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