Cologne Cross-curricular

School tours

Germany’s fourth largest city, Cologne is packed full of educational attractions and fun activities.

Highlights

  • The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cologne Cathedral
  • The story of chocolate at the Chocolate Museum
  • Enjoy a panoramic boat trip on the Rhine
  • A wide choice of excellent museums
Typically £276 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 35 students, travelling March 2018

What's included: 

  • All travel by British touring coach subject to EU driver’s hours regulation
  • Return Channel crossing
  • Full board accommodation
  • Insurance
  • 1 teacher place for every 8 students

Please note: activities and excursion entrance fees are not included in typical price. Travelbound can also arrange this tour by air.

Suggested itinerary for School groups

Day 1

Depart school by coach
Channel Crossing to Calais. Journey time from Calais 6 hours approx
Arrive at accommodation
Evening meal included

Day 2

Breakfast and packed lunch included
Visit Cologne Cathedral and museum(s) of your choice, including the Chocolate Museum
Panoramic boat trip
Evening meal included, plus evening swimming activity

Day 3

Breakfast and packed lunch included
Spend the day at Phantasialand theme park (seasonal opening)
Evening meal included, before bowling

Day 4

Breakfast and packed lunch included
Depart for Calais with a stop in Aachen
Channel crossing
Arrive back at school
Typically £276 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 35 students, travelling March 2018

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Typically £276 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 35 students, travelling March 2018