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Architecture University Tour to Edinburgh & Glasgow

Example study tour 


A university's centre for architecture required a group travel package to Edinburgh where students could explore the city’s famous historic and modern architecture.

StudyLink created a 3-day study tour package to Edinburgh, giving students plenty of time to discover Edinburgh’s spectacular medieval and classic buildings and monuments, followed by a trip to Glasgow for a sightseeing walking tour.

Group travel services provided by StudyLink:

  • Executive coach transportation from the university to accommodation in Edinburgh
  • 2 nights’ B&B accommodation at the Central Hostel Edinburgh for students
  • 2 night’s B&B accommodation at the Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh for accompanying staff
  • Coach transportation from accommodation in Edinburgh to Glasgow
  • Pre-arranged walking tour with a local guide
  • Return coach transfer from Glasgow back to university
  • 1 in 10 free place ratio
  • 24/7 on-call service
  • Services of a dedicated Account Executive
  • Bespoke itinerary planning service

Custom-made 3-day itinerary to Edinburgh & Glasgow

Day 1 – Arrive in Edinburgh

The group met at the university campus and were picked up by executive coach for travel to Edinburgh.

The students were dropped off at their student-friendly accommodation Central Hostel Edinburgh, followed by the accompanying staff being dropped off at their accommodation Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh. After arrival at their accommodation where they stayed for two nights, the group had the afternoon and evening free to explore the local area.

Day 2 – Group-planned activity

Continental breakfast served at the hotel.

The group chose to arrange their own activities including meals and transport however, StudyLink can pre-book visits, evening meals and transport to meet the group’s needs.

Day 3 – Time in Glasgow & return to university

Continental breakfast served at the hotel.

After checking out of the accommodation, the group were picked up by the coach for transport to Glasgow. After a pre-arranged walking tour with a local guide, they reboarded the coach for transfer back to the university campus.

The group arrived back at the campus in the evening.