Grab your passport and let’s go
Iconic cities, stunning landscapes, a mixture of cultures—there’s so much to experience across this incredible continent. On our trips to Europe, you can see it all on a sweeping journey across the continent, or get an in-depth look at a certain country that interests you.
Countries not to be missed
It’s hard to pick the right country for your group, don’t worry we have
an endless list of some of our top choices.
Where we travel
for every trip
We at Landmark pride ourselves in transparent travel. We do not want any surprises to occur on your trip. All trip inclusions are explained in the selling process and our guaranteed to our customers. Any additional inclusions will be outlined in the contract prior to the trip date.
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First, trip organizers contact Landmark to request a private group tour. Our Landmark Specialists reach back to collect information regarding the trip; i.e dates, destination, passenger breakdown.
Next, our team personalizes a trip itinerary to match the group’s wants and needs. We provide a trip quote to mimic the inclusions of the itinerary. You have the ability to personalize your trip to include practically anything you want. If you haven never traveled before, our Landmark Specialists can provide a number of suggestions on the itinerary for you. This is all free until you agree to proceed with a trip.
Yes, you can cancel your trip at any time. That’s what travel insurance is for!
Landmark Educational Tours requires that all travelers purchase travel insurance. We work with the insurance company Travel Insured, and you can easily add on the cost of CFAR insurance (Cancel for Any Reason) on our portal system. If you choose to use your own insurance policy, you can, but it will be the traveler’s responsibility to manage their policy.
Safety is our top priority. Students will be given safety bracelets upon their first interaction with their Landmark Leader, along with the first of multiple safety briefings. When given free exploration, groups will always be traveling in chaperone groups or following the buddy system (depending on the age of the group, but to the discretion of the trip organizer). The group will not leave an attraction until at least two formal headcounts are done (one by a Landmark Leader, and final one conducted by head chaperone).
When registering your students on the portal, there will be an opportunity to include your dietary restrictions. The Landmark Leader will receive a listing of the dietary restrictions before the trip, and will ask the group in-person who has the dietary restrictions before the meals. Landmark, of course, will notify all meal vendors prior to the group’s visit, and the Landmark Leaders will reconfirm will the restaurant before and during the meal, too.
There will be a few instances in which students will be given meal vouchers to which they can decide what meal vendors they want to eat at. At that point, students are also encouraged to communicate with their own dietary restrictions.
Yes! Of course, we will offer our professional expertise when planning a trip, but we work with whatever your group is comfortable with. We have solely used public transportation for trips in Chicago, Washington D.C. and New York City, so it’s totally an option!
Running late isn’t unheard of in the travel industry. This can be because of vendor mistakes, tardiness from appointments before us or traffic. Your itinerary is created to prepare for such events, but we can’t anticipate everything. Your Landmark Leader will navigate all timing logistics on the trip so you don’t need to worry! Tardiness may mean that time spent at an attraction or meal may be cut short, but this will all be communicated with the head chaperone on the trip. This is why it’s very important to arrive to designated meeting points on time.
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