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What this presentation will cover • Visit overview • Accommodation and Meals • What is included • Next steps • About European Study Tours • Safety Management • European Study Tours Customer Charter
Sites and visits in Amsterdam Rijksmuseum This is the largest museum in the Netherlands. There is a large selection of paintings from the 15 th century, until around 1850, as well as decorative and oriental arts. If you only have limited time, head for the Dutch Masters on the 2 nd floor, including Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’.
Sites and visits in Amsterdam Anne Frank's House Anne Frank was one of the Jewish victims of Nazi persecution during the Second World War. She died of typhus aged 15 years old in Bergen-Belsen. Her diary saved by one of the family’s helpers was first published in 1947. It has since been translated into 55 languages and is one of the most widely read books in the world.
Sites and visits in Amsterdam FOAM Photography Museum The museum has a varied programme of exhibitions including famous photographers as well as young or undiscovered talent. Largescale exhibitions alternate with small, quickly changing shows. They also organise a dynamic programme of lectures, discussions, guided tours, photography workshops and special events.
Sites and visits in Amsterdam Stock Exchange Experience The Amsterdam Exchange Experience is an interactive, educational guided tour. Step into the world of the exchange: the AEX Index, the stock market, investing and reacting to the latest news. Find out what an exchange is, why it’s so important for our economy, and what’s involved in an IPO. Discover your own investor profile and test your talent as a trader during a realistic trading simulation
Sites and visits in Amsterdam Walibi Holland Theme Park This theme park enjoys a reputation as Europe’s top spot for rollercoasters. There are more than 50 attractions and shows.
Your accommodation and meals in Amsterdam Accommodation *(Please check your itinerary for details) We will be staying in*… Meals * (Please check your itinerary for details) Please inform us of any dietary requirements or allergies you /your group) may have. Breakfast is/not* included. Evening restaurants include:
What is included? Transport – Flights/Trains/Coach* Accommodation Meals* Visits and Excursions What is not included? Spending money. Insurance may or may not be* Transfers* – from home to airport, and in destination if not booked through us. Additional charges such as extra baggage, upgrades etc. *Please speak to your tour planner if you would like us to arrange this for you and your group.
Next steps for Students (and Parents)* Key Dates Initial Deposit – dd/mm/yy Passport information – dd/mm/yy (Does your group have any international students? – check if they need additional time to obtain a visa if required. ) Final Payment – dd/mm/yy Travel! – dd/mm/yy If you require a visa please obtain this as soon as possible.
Next steps for booking with European Study Tours Provisional Booking – We will hold the travel and accommodation arrangements for your tour while you collect deposits, except in the case of low cost airlines which cannot be held. In this case your price will be based on an estimated flight price and we therefore recommend you ask for an additional £ 50 contingency to cover any price fluctuation between quoting and time of booking. Booking – You must pay a deposit at the time of booking of £ 50 person for UK coach and rail tours, £ 75 person for overseas coach and rail tours and £ 150 person for air tours. In the case of Low Cost Airlines we will also need a full names list (as per passport). We will then commit to the travel arrangements agreed and begin work on planning your itinerary. You will be registered on our online portal My Tour Manager which will allow you to access your booking at any time where you can view documents, submit passenger information as well as receive reminders about important deadlines to help keep your tour planning on track. Final payment - Final payment for your tour will be due ten weeks before departure. Approximately three weeks before travel (and provided the balance has been paid in full) you will receive a Final Information Pack including tickets, your finalised itinerary and other essential information. Your trip! – From the moment you leave, our staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, equipped with every detail of your tour in the unlikely event that you should encounter any difficulties while you are away.
About European Study Tours • European Study tours was established in 1982 and since European Study Tours have become one of the leading educational tour operators specialising in tailor-made travel and subject specific conferences for students. Group leaders return to travel with EST year after year because of the exceptional level of service we offer them. • European Study Tours is part of the Education Division of Holidaybreak, the education and activity travel group, alongside PGL and NST. Holidaybreak is owned by Cox & Kings Limited which is one of the oldest and most recognised travel operators in the world.
Safety Management European Study Tours is a Member of ABTA which means you have the benefit of ABTA's assistance and Code of Conduct. Please ask EST about the protection that applies to your booking. In line with Df. ES guidelines and after consulting with Ro. SPA (The Royal Society of Prevention of Accidents) we have developed a Safety Management System, which helps ensure elements of your tour remain of a high standard. The Safety Management System covers the following elements of your tour: • Accommodation • Transport • 24 Hour Emergency • Cover • Tour Operator Liability Insurance • Pre-Tour Inspection Visit • Pre-Tour Safety Information