Business Studies / Economics

  • economics / business studies school trip to Frankfurt
    Frankfurt is a fantastic destination for an economics school trip.
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    Visit the New York Stock Exchange on an economics school trip.
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    Take a business studies school trip to London.
  • economics / business studies school trip to China
    See Shanghai's skyscrapers on a business studies school trip to China.
  • economics / business studies school trip to Berlin
    Take a business studies school trip to Berlin.

The museum/factory trip was an eye-opener into the nature of the blend of old and new economies, as well as the auto industry. TS, King's College

Whether its marketing, margins or manufacturing, consumer trends, capital outlay or annual turnover, business buzzwords form an increasingly important part in today’s lexicon. And whichever industry beckons your young economists or business students, commercial acumen and market awareness are paramount.

What better way to prepare your students for the competitive world of work than with visits to global industry leaders and renowned financial institutions such as the New York Stock Exchange and the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. Discover the success stories of global brands such as Coca-Cola on a trip to Brussels, or learn more about car production on an automotive plant tour from Berlin.

From Amsterdam‘s long-established flower industry to Budapest‘s prowess in the field of cosmetic and wellness tourism, Broadway Tours can put together a bespoke tour catering not only for your group’s particular subject focus, but their age and ability, too.

Suggested Economics / Business Studies School Trip Itineraries

If you’re looking to concentrate on one principal city or region to really bring the subject of Business Studies or Economics to life, we can design a bespoke itinerary to suit not only your particular subject focus, but also your budget.

Equally, if you’d prefer a balance of specialist, business or economics subject matter, coupled with the opportunity to see some of the city’s principal attractions (or simply have a bit of fun), we’ve got a wealth of tried and tested ideas to create the perfect, educationally-rich itinerary, all the while carving out a notch of all-important leisure time.

If you’ve got an Economics or Business Studies school trip in mind, or you don’t see quite what you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact us with your requirements and we’ll do our level best to exceed your expectations.


Amsterdam & Dutch Coast

Aalsmeer Flower Auction - smallAmsterdam is an essential ingredient on any educational tour of the Netherlands, offering a wealth of sightseeing opportunities, from world-famous museums to a vibrant cosmopolitan culture. For students of Economics or Business Studies, visits could include a diamond factory tour, a flower auction, or take a behind-the-scenes look at Schiphol Airport.


Potsdamer Platz © visitBerlin, Photo Wolfgang Schlovien - smallOne of our most popular destinations, Berlin is an ideal venue for general interest educational tours in addition to a wide variety of specialist subjects, including Science, History, Business Studies and Art. A visit to the BMW Motocycle plant, or a tour of a local brewery or long-established porcelain factory offer a great insight into the world of commerce.


coca cola visitors centre - smallBrussels is a fabulous city within easy travelling distance of the UK where traditional Flemish architecture goes hand in hand with an abundance of Art Nouveau and space-age structures. From the Coca Cola Visitors Center outside Antwerp to Audi Brussels production plant, there’s no shortage of Business-themed options for your group.


View_Night_Pudong_Bund_Shanghai - smallWith a surface area of over 9.6 million square kilometres and 5,000 years of uninterrupted civilisation, China is a country where diversity, like the spectacular land itself, is epic in scale. Whether you opt to take in the historical and political might of Beijng or tour the commercial centre of Shanghai, we can design a bespoke itinerary paying homage to China’s rich and varied heritage.


Where ancient tradition meets modern technology, Japan is a seamless fusion of culture and a thoroughly unique destination to discover. For students of Business or Economics, there’s no shortage of opportunities to provide subject-specific context. Visits could include the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Toyota Mega Web, Panasonic Center, Sony Building or Honda Welcome Plaza.


BMW World (c) Deutsche Zentrale fur Tourismus e.V., Jurgen Pollak - smallCapital of Bavaria, Munich is Germany’s third-largest city boasting centuries-old tradition and modern-day technology. Munich may perhaps be best-known for Oktoberfest as well as its Christmas Markets, yet it offers a wealth of interesting visit options eminently suitable for school trips. Business students should be sure to visit BMW Welt and Museum, the car maker’s global HQ.


Arche de la Défense (c) A Nestora - smallOne of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Paris effortlessly combines grand buildings, glorious monuments and a never-ending selection of galleries and museums. It’s also an important commercial centre, its Défense area the equivalent of the city in London. A tour here and of the international Rungis Market make interesting visits for students of Economics and Business Studies.

Barcelona & Catalonia

Borsa_de_Barcelona_smallBarcelona represents the ideal educational tour destination, combining high art and flamboyant architecture with history, culture and sightseeing opportunities galore. A trip to the Barcelona Stock Exchange, Torres Winery or a local chocolate producer make great additions to an Economics or Business Studies school trip.


State HouseOne of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is a city rich in history, culture, architecture and academia. It has evolved into an important commercial centre, all the while retaining its strong architectural heritage, elite universities and prominent cultural institutions. Visit options could include the Boston Stock Exchange, Fenway Park or Harvard University.


Audi Factory Tour - v smallBudapest is an increasingly popular tourist destination and offers a fantastic range of sights to suit all interests. See the wheels of commerce and manufacturing up close a car production plant, go behind the scenes at a top Budapest hotel for an insight into the world of hospitality, or learn more about Budapest’s thriving healthcare industry.


Bull & Bear (c) Dietmar Rabich - smallBest known as a centre for business and capital of finance for Continental Europe, Frankfurt-am-Main is renowned for its futuristic skyline, ‘Mainhattan’, home to some 400 financial institutions including the European Central Bank, Deutsche Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Deutsche Börse, one of the world’s largest centres of trade.


Royal Exchange (c) visitlondon, britainonviewWith its distinctive landmarks, centuries of history, a wealth of museums and global financial and commercial importance, London is a longstanding favourite amongst school groups. Indeed, the vast range of attractions and institutions available ensures that our educational tours to the British capital are expertly designed to suit every academic age, ability and interest.

New York

Time Square (c) - JulienneSchaerThere’s nowhere quite like New York, probably the most exhilarating and cosmopolitan city in the world. From its breathtaking skyline to the vibrant atmosphere on the streets, the Big Apple never ceases to amaze. If you are interested in the commercial, economic, political or social history of New York and the United States, we can design a tailor-made tour just for you.


Prague Castle night view - smallOne of the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval cities in Europe – the City of a Hundred Spires – Prague is unique in being largely undamaged by the ravages of World War II. Easily accessible, not to mention great value for money, Prague is a popular tourist destination for the UK market and thus the perfect venue for a Leisure and Tourism or Business Studies school trip.

Economics / Business Studies school trip images courtesy of Visit England, City of London, Clive Totman, britainonview, visitBerlin, Wolfgang Schlovien, Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Centre, JNTO, Yasufumi Nishi,, Julienne Schaer, Tourismus + Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main, Holger Ullmann, Dietmar Rabich, Deutsche Zentrale fur Tourismus e.V., Jurgen Pollak.

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