- It was an excellent tour.
Published on: 18 March 2016
With a combination of visits from below, you can create the perfect experience to learn about large and small scale business in a European market. Brussels is an intriguing city of diversity, a mosaic of languages and united by politics. As the headquarters of both the EU and NATO, Brussels is the city of choice for Eurocrats and an ever popular destination for school trips. Yet, the city maintains its cosy feel and offers sumptuous historic sights, world famous art and iconic architecture.
After arriving in Brussels, your group will be transferred to the Belgian National Bank, which offers educational tours, along with a talk about the importance of the bank, and it’s role
Transfer to the hotel and check-in
Breakfast in hotel
This morning your group will visit Concept Chocolate and learn about the history and procedures of producing chocolates.
After lunch, your group shall transfer to In Bev Breweries, which is one of the world’s largest brewery companies. Your students will have a guided tour, and learn more about the business and manufacturing process
Transfer to local restaurant for a delightful evening meal
Return to hotel
Breakfast in hotel
Today your group shall transfer to Antwerp
Visit Coca-Cola, the world’s largest beverage company. On a 2 hour tour of the site, your students shall explore their interactive centre, and discover behind the scene actions such as the high tech manufacturing and distribution process
Continue to the Port of Antwerp for a guided tour, witnessing first hand how this port influences business all around the globe
Transfer back to Brussels and return to hotel
Breakfast at hotel
Visit the headquarters of the EU, European Parliament, for a guided tour of the grounds and develop your students understanding of how many key European decisions are made (group visits must be requested directly via local MP)
Depart Brussels and arrive school
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