Brussels Business & Economics

Prices from: £139 (3 Days, 2 Nights)

Brussels is one of the most significant cities in Europe and the perfect destination for groups studying business and economics. Brussels is a not only a fantastic city with its own rich and diverse history but serves as a hub for business and politics, as the city where European politics, legislation and European business combine. This makes Brussels the ideal base for your pupils to explore local, national and international business and the factors which need to be considered when understanding how business operate. 

Boasting a combination of engaging and educational visits you are able to create the perfect bespoke experience for your students to learn about large and small scale businesses in a European Market, which are particularly relevant considering the current politics surrounding Brexit and the impact this will have on the current markets.

Brussels is an intriguing city and a diverse hub serving as a melting pot of languages united by politics. Serving as the headquarters for both the EU and NATO, Brussels is the city of choice for Eurocrats and an ever-popular destination for school trips wanting to explore business studies and bring this curriculum to life. Despite its status as a major EU hub, the city maintains its cosy feel and offers students an opportunity to explore the historic significance of the city in its many historic sights, world famous art and iconic architecture.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to find out how we can help tailor make the perfect Business and Ecnomics school trips for your group of students.

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Karen

Bangor GB
Tour was excellent.

Evening meal in hotel was not enjoyed by students or staff - but otherwise the tour was fantastic.

Walking tour needed to spend more time on central sights and much less on the back streets / dodgy areas! Perhaps sut down to an hour of central sights only?
Confirmed traveller: 19 November 2018
Published on: 29 November 2018
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Maurice

London GB
It was an excellent tour.
Confirmed traveller: 11 February 2016
Published on: 18 March 2016
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Andrew

Leamington GB
Good trip all round, everything went to plan.
Confirmed traveller: 23 July 2014
Published on: 08 August 2014
Atomium (Brussels)
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Belgian National Bank
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Cantillon Brewery
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Concept Chocolate
This tasty tour allows your students to experience one of Belgium’s most icon... Read more
Diamond Museum (Antwerp)
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Coca-Cola
The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company, which was first estab... Read more
European Commission
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European Parliament
The European Parliament is one of Brussel’s most significant sites and the ... Read more
AB InBev Breweries - Stella Artois (Leuven)
On this tour your students can visit the home of In Bev... Read more
Port of Antwerp
The Port of Antwerp is one of the world’s busiest ports and a hive for European... Read more
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 see how rough diamonds are sawed, bruted and polished

Van Belle Hotel, 3*

Location: Located close to the central station with courtesy shuttle in the evening... Read more

Meininger Brussels City Centre, Budget Hotel

Location: A great location directly next to Canal Bruxel... Read more

Prestige Hotel, 2* Superior

Location: Located centrally in the heart of Brussels, just a few minutes fr... Read more

Train Hostel

Location: This quirky train inspired accommodation is a short walk away from the train ... Read more

IBIS Brussels City Centre

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Destination Pack
To assist you with planning the most relevant and appropriate itinerary for your students, a Leisure & Learning destination pack complete with a full excursion list including curriculum area recommendations will be sent with every quote.

All of our school trips to Brussels are bespoke, allowing you to get the perfect trip based on your requirements. That been said, our friendly team at Adaptable Travel are well versed in creating itineraries for groups, and many choose to follow the suggested itinerary below.

Day 1

Once your group has arrived 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 its role.

After your tour of the Belgian National Bank you will transfer to your hotel and check in.

Once settled into your accommodation you will have some free time in the evening before finishing off the day with a group meal.

Day 2

Breakfast will be served in your hotel before your group head towards your first visit to Concept Chocolate where you will learn about the history and procedures of producing chocolates.

After this visit your group will break for some lunch, before transferring to Bev Breweries, one of the largest brewery companies. Your students will have a guided tour and learn about the business and manufacturing process at this company.

After this tour your group will transfer to a local restaurant for a lovely group meal, before returning to your hotel.

Day 3

Your group will enjoy breakfast in your hotel before transferring to Antwerp.
Your first visit of the day will be to 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 scenes processes such as manufacturing and distribution.

Your group will then continue onto the Port of Antwerp for a guided tour, witnessing first-hand how this port influences business around the globe.
In the evening your group will travel back into Brussels and return to your hotel.

Day 4

Breakfast will be served in your hotel, before visiting the headquarters of the EU, European Parliament for a guided tour of the grounds. This tour will develop your students understanding of how many key European decisions are made (group visits must be requested directly via a local MP)

After this visit your group will depart Brussels and begin your journey back to school.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your next bespoke Business & Economics study trip to Brussels 

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