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School trip to London
Royal palaces, museums, musicals and highlights

The capital of England is very versatile with famous attractions like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, London Eye, Madame Tussauds and Greenwich. Even Windsor Castle and Eton are only a short trip away from central London. It is easy to explore the city and its history, culture and hotspots by Tube (underground). Fans of Shakespeare may choose to visit the Globe Theatre, while those who prefer Harry Potter can head to King’s Cross station for a picture on Platform 9¾; or you could simply watch the world go by as you enjoy lunch in Covent Garden.

If you fancy a day away from the busy capital, we recommend a trip to Oxford or Cambridge, or to Brighton for a day at the coast.

Suitable for:
  • 6 form college
  • Company outings
  • Language travel
  • Teacher trips
  • Themed tours
Here you can find:
  • Art & Culture
  • Gastfamilien & Hostels
  • Host Families & Hostels
  • Hotels
  • Language classes
  • Museums & Architecture
  • Theatre & Musicals
Host Families
Accommodation with English families
The city centre hosts businesses, shopping districts, theatres, the Queen and the world’s super rich, while residential districts are located outside. We have host families in 3 districts.
For students and young people
London offers hotels in every price range and for every need. We will find the right accommodation for your group.
Program example

6 days / 3 nights, 2 night journeys, extension day possible

  • Day 1 – Departure from school e.g. in GER, NL, BEL In the evening you leave from your hometown and travel to the port of Calais. From there you take the ferry to Dover.
  • Day 2 – Arrival in Dover – Dover Castle or Canterbury – Arrival in London After a short photo stop at the Thames Barriers arrival at your accommodation. After the check in you can dive into the lively cosmopolitan mega-city or visit attractions on foot or by public transport (depending on your accommodation).
  • Day 3 – Exploring London Sightseeing either on foot or on the water - get an overview of the British metropolis. There's plenty to discover.
  • Day 4 – Daytrip to Oxford, Cambridge, or Brighton - Musical Not far away - more English history awaits you in Oxford or Cambridge. Or how about London's little sister - the seaside town of Brighton?
  • Day 5 - Boat Tour to Greenwich - Goodbye London Enjoy London to the full once again. After a colorful programme, the evening journey home towards the ferry to Calais.
  • Day 6 – Arrival at home In the late morning you reach your hometown
Best View
Great viewpoints in London
Views like nowhere else: the Sky Garden, St. Paul's Cathedral, Greenwich Park, the London Eye or the Shard.
  • Brighton Former Royal summer residence more
  • Cambridge a stronghold of education with a long tradition more
  • Canterbury Seat of the Anglican Church more
  • Dover White Cliffs, Port of Dover, medieval castle, and a tunnel labyrinth from the Second World War more
  • Eton College England's famous private school more
  • Greenwich Suburb of London with the Maritime Museum, observatory and famous tea clippers, the Cutty Sark more
Getting there
We have been working successfully for decades with selected coach companies that will take you to your destination safely and in good spirits.
Crossing from Calais to Dover in a modern canal ferry with beautiful views of the white cliffs of Dover.
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