Educational Trip To Brussels For International Schools
Visit the heart of the EU with your students and gain memorable insights into Belgian industry, European finance and a country teeming with culture.
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A visit to the Museum of the National Bank Of Belgium can provide a better understanding about the workings of the European Central Bank (ECB), the role of the Belgium Central Bank and the Euro. The museum, which is a perfect excursion for students of business and economics, has a large collection of coins and notes and is situated in a beautiful historic building near to the European Parliament and the European Commission.
Brewery and Brussels Museum of the Gueuze shows students how craft brewing was done in Brussels at the time of the Industrial Revolution. A family of artisan brewers explains the traditional production of Gueuze-Lambic, a mysterious beer resulting from spontaneous fermentation by airborne wild yeast. The brewery founded by Paul Cantillon in 1900, brews beers in red copper containers, some more than 100 years old.
Go behind the scenes of the state-of-the-art factory that brings you the Audi A1 as students gain a valuable insight to the assembly line and body shop. Capitalise on the Audi experience through an in-depth film at Audi new movie theatre before a guided tour explains how the factory can produce 520 vehicles a day.
Otis Laboratories have created natural health remedies for 50 years. They now sell their products all the the world. This is the chance for students to learn about the origins of modern medicine whilst sampling remedies. Tip: Plan your trip in season to visit Herba Sana, the largest educational garden with medicinal plants in Europe.
Biercée Distillery introduces students to the fascinating world of spirits. This interactive tour helps students discover the secrets of making clear fruit brandies and liqueurs with a range of products made out of fresh fruits as well as dark chocolate. Starting with a film, students can then enjoy the Goût et Senteurs – Taste and Flavours – room, and end on a guided tour of the production line.
The family-run Bister Mustard factory are the proud owners of the renowned L’Impériale mustard. Students have the opportunity to sample a whole range of products, from hot sauces and relishes to Dijon mustard and piccalilli. They can also go through the manufacturing workshop and attend a Q&A session held by the in house experts. The tour is followed by a short visit to the Bister Mustard Museum.
Home to the Red Devils, Belgium’s National football team, the King Baudouin stadium can welcome up to 50,000 supporters. The venue hosts not only football games, it is also used for athletics, rugby games and music concerts. Thanks to the ‘Discovery Trail’ students can learn about the running of this impressive venue by taking a closer look at the changing rooms, control tower and newsroom.
This exciting excursion takes you to the home of Imperia GP. The racing cars combine outstanding sports performance with cutting edge green technology allowing very low consumption of CO2 emissions. The brand takes pride into their forward-thinking approach and boundless efforts in building sustainable cars. Its recognisable retro-lines are inspired by the brand’s history.
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