London Travel and Tourism

Further education

Students learn from one of the leading tourism destinations in the world, attracting 15 million visitors a year.


  • Boat Cruise on the River Thames
  • Superb views from the London Eye
  • The macabre world of the London Dungeons
  • Famous faces at Madame Tussauds
Typically £117 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 45 students

What's included: 

  • Executive coach travel from institute and back
  • Use of coach throughout your tour
  • 3 nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation
  • Single rooms for party leaders
  • 1 leader free for 10 paying passengers
  • 24-hour assistance and support

Sample itinerary for University and College groups (not included in the guide price)

Day 1

Coach pick-up from your institute, travel to London
Arrive and check in
Private guided sightseeing tour
Evening meal

Day 2

Breakfast at your accommodation
Visit to the London Eye
Visit to London Dungeon
Evening meal

Day 3

Breakfast at your accommodation
Duck tour
Visit to Madame Tussaud’s
Evening meal and West End show

Day 4

Breakfast at your accommodation and check-out
Visit to Wembley Stadium
Coach pick-up and transfer back to institute
Helen Clifford

Playing host to the 2012 Olympics, London has a rich sporting identity. Students with a keen interest in sport and tourism will enjoy visiting venues such as Wimbledon, Twickenham, Lords and Wembley.

Helen Clifford, General Manager
Typically £117 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 45 students

The best way to find out more about the attraction of London is to visit it for yourself and once you've jumped on board a double-decker bus and ridden around Trafalgar Square and along Oxford Street you may just be starting to see what all the fuss is about. 

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Tourism is one of the capital's major money makers and from hotels and restaurants to West End theatres and sporting arenas, it's easy to see how the tourism industry is responsible for employing upwards of 350,000 people.

Visitors from all over the world fight tirelessly for the best accommodation, sightseeing tours and viewing platforms to ensure they get a classic London experience and anyone who's travelled in a black cab will know that this can often be quite expensive. It's estimated that tourists will spend over £15 billion every year in England's capital and travel and tourism student tours will be presented with numerous examples on why this is the case.

The landmarks, the style and the royal family are all responsible for people visiting London and with over 14 million making the effort it will come as no surprise that this is the most widely visited city in the whole of Europe.

With an eclectic range of museums, galleries and churches dotted throughout the city is it any wonder that the tourist board's marketing department is spoiled for choice? And any student wishing to find out more need only step foot into a tourist info centre to discover a wealth of study material.

From summer music festivals in Hyde Park to strawberries and cream at Wimbledon, London is working hard to entice more and more tourists and just a glimpse within the pages of Time Out will give you further insight into the entertainment industry that keeps the capital buzzing.

The British Museum, the London Eye, the Tower of London and Madame Tussauds – university students interested in finding out more about London's travel and tourism industry need look no further.

Promote this trip to students

We provide you with promotional materials to help you get your students excited about their trip.

Thank you so much to you and your team for putting a wonderful trip together for us. We look forward to working with you again.

Travelbound helps you every step of the way

Find your ideal trip

Choose a tour and get a quote, then we can discuss your options and tailor your trip

Raise awareness

Our PowerPoint presentations and posters help you promote your tour

Prepare to go

Your dedicated Tour Co-ordinator does all the pre-tour administration for your trip

Typically £117 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 45 students