SCHOOL TRIP TO WORTHING
POPULAR SEASIDE RESORT WITH PIER AND BEACH
Worthing has the flair of a village. 1894 Oscar Wilde wrote here his play »The Importance of Being Earnest«. He named his hero after this town, Jack Worthing. The Pier and the castle Goring from 1790 and the Worthing Museum and Art Gallery are especially worth visiting.
A school trip to Worthing is ideal for students of all ages and is an ideal starting point for many interesting excursions.
SENLAC'S TRAVEL GUIDE TO WORTHING
All building blocks, sights, attractions and helpful information for a successful school trip to Worthing can be found here.
Our host family organiser has been in the business for the second generation and knows all her families well. Teachers can stay in B&B at a surcharge.
YOU DECIDE THE ITINERARY. WE OFFER IDEAS. HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS:
You leave your hometown and make your way towards the UK.
DOVER: Cross the channel from Calais to Dover. Maybe visit to Dover Castle.
WORTHING: Arrive in Worthing. Be greeted in Worthing by our organiser and the host families.
LONDON: One of the highlights of every trip to England is a day in London. After a stop in Greenwich a guided tour is possible. Enjoy visits to Madame Tussauds, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, or a flight with the London Eye.
STONEHENGE: Day excursion to the mystical stone circle in Stonehenge. Find out about this magical place.
PORTSMOUTH: The D-Day-Museum, the birthplace of Charles Dickens, the imposing Spinnaker Tower, and of course the historical dockyards offer a great variety for every visitor.
ISLE OF WIGHT: A beautiful island framed with white chalk cliffs. Perfect for a day out, traditional villages, beautiful beaches, impressive landscapes mark this island. A visit to Osborne House and the Needles in the national park is a must.
After a goodbye in the morning you take the train to Brighton. Stroll through the Lanes before you continue to France.
You arrive back home.