Tourists from all over the world give this seaside resort its atmosphere and inherent charm. The bustling seaside resort has a beautiful old town and Victorian seafront. History was made here by William the Conqueror who landed near Hastings in 1066 and took England by storm.
We not only offer subject-specific programmes for teachers, trainee teachers and friends, but have also facilitated training for nursery school teachers, performances for music clubs and sports trips to the Gulf, among others.
Number of participants: min. 12 people
8 days / 6 nights, 2 night cruises, extension day possible
- Day 1 - Departure from home town In the evening, the journey towards Calais begins.
- Day 2 - Canterbury - Historic Old Town and Bishop's Seat You embark in Calais and the White Cliffs of Dover already greet you from afar. Your first destination is Canterbury, with its impressive cathedral and medieval old town. The atmosphere of that time can still be felt today. You have the opportunity to visit Canterbury Cathedral. In the afternoon we await you in Hastings and help you to check in at your accommodation.
- Day 3 - Hastings and William the Conqueror - Turning Point in English History Today you will be given a guided tour through Hastings Old Town. You will make a treasure hunt to explore the town and its history.
- Day 4 - London - 2000 years of history We start our visit to London with a photo stop at the Thames Flood Barriers. The sightseeing tour in your own coach takes you past all the main sights and ends at the Tower of London. You will have time to visit the main sights and in the evening you will have the opportunity to see a musical in London's West End. The musical is not included in the price, but can be booked separately.
- Day 5 - Greenwich and London - In the footsteps of our time After a late breakfast, the bus takes you to Greenwich. You have time for the Prime Meridian, the Maritime Museum and the Observatory. Boat trip at noon on the Thames to Big Ben. You will be given an overview of the museums and can visit them according to their areas of expertise and your own time allocation.
- Day 6 - Brighton seaside resort and Seven Sisters Today you will drive along the coast and walk on the cliffs of Beachy Head, the famous 7 sisters. Brighton - also called the Paris of England will not disappoint. After visiting the Royal Pavilion, you can explore the Palace Pier, the medieval Lanes and many small cafés and restaurants.
- Day 7 - Hastings and Dover Castle After saying goodbye to the host families or check-out from the hotel, you will have time to visit Hastings museums and the new town. On the way to the ferry port, they will visit the huge defenses of Dover Castle. Depending on how much time ist left, you can visit the living quarters of Henry V, Lady Diana's battalion, the war tunnels and much more.
- Day 8 - Arrival at home town You will reach your home town in the late morning.