The town lies between Hastings and Eastbourne. Its cosy charm sets it apart from the countless famous seaside resorts. Time seems to stand still here. Besides the magnificent architecture, such as the De La Warr Pavilion in Art Deco style, the seafront has impressive views of neighbouring towns and natural landscapes.
A school trip to Bexhill-on-Sea is particularly recommended for intermediate school students. A school trip or study tour to Bexhill is ideal for both students and teachers. From booking to departure, you will be looked after by one of our experienced colleagues who will personally welcome you on site from the coach.
Teachers travelling to England for the first time will enjoy the all-round support. The city has no disco, no cinema and only a few cosy pubs. Teachers will find a quiet place for their students to get to know England.
6 days/3 nights, 2 night journeys, extension day possible
- Day 1 - Departure from school The departure time is determined by the location of the school site, as the English Channel is crossed early the next morning.
Day 2 - Crossing to Dover - Arrival at Bexhill
TRANSFER TO DOVER: From Calais to Dover in a modern ferry with beautiful views of the White Cliffs of Dover. Depending on time: visit Dover Castle or visit the rustic town of Rye - once a Cinque Ports port - now inland marsh.
BEXHILL-ON-SEA: In the afternoon welcome by our colleagues in Bexhill-on-Sea with an introduction to the journey. The host families will pick up their guests and there will be dinner at home.
- Day 3 - Day trip to London LONDON: The highlight of every trip to England! After breakfast, the coach collects all the guests at designated points in Bexhill-on-Sea. The group determines the programme. There is a wide choice. After a stop in Greenwich, the group can use public transport to get close to the city's famous sights like Madame Tussauds, Tower of London, Tower Bridge or a flight on the London Eye.
Tag 4 - Beachy Head - Brighton
BEACHY HEAD: The excursion along the sea shows the beautiful coastal landscape. A walk on the cliffs of Beachy Head offers breath taking views.
BRIGHTON: The popular seaside resort with the Royal Pavilion, the pier, the beach and the Lanes promises a varied afternoon.
Day 5 - Farewell to Host Families - Hastings - Canterbury
BEXHILL: After saying goodbye to the host families, there is still time for Bexhill. Spend some time on the beach or by the De La Warr Pavilion or take the train to Hastings, where you could visit the smugglers' caves, the old town and small museums. On the way to the Eurotunnel or the ferry, a last stop at the Ashford Outlet Centre is worthwhile.
CANTERBURY: Alternatively, Canterbury can be visited. The main attraction is the impressive Canterbury Cathedral, which dominates the cityscape and is the seat of the Archbishop of the Anglican Church and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Day 6 - Arrival at home Via the motorway, the journey goes through France, Belgium and the Netherlands back to Germany. The home town is reached in the morning.
- Hastings seaside resort and beautiful old town with many sights more
- Dover Tudor period and tunnel labyrinth of World War II more
- Eastbourne beautiful seaside resort more
- Hampton Court Palace England's most impressive palace more
- Herstmonceux Castle garden landscapes, splendor of the Renaissance more