Modern Foreign Languages Study trips to Germany
Our Modern Languages study trips to Germany offer an exciting way of putting theory into practice. Not only will this opportunity to improve students’ level of linguistics, it will also give them insight into the German culture. At any rate, it’s an invaluable experience for language students that cannot be taught solely in the classroom.
Starting with the country’s cultural capital, Cologne offers unparalleled experiences for language students seeking to enhance their skills. Additionally, it’s also worth noting that Cologne plays an integral part of the country’s economy. As a result, providing cross-curricular opportunities for Business Studies students.
Berlin is a buzzing cosmopolitan city that it also steeped in history of the World Wars. Finally, Heidelberg is known for its focus on learning, home to Germany’s first ever university.
Bringing learning to life!
Learning becomes memorable and fun as pupil put their KS3 and KS4 curriculum skills to the test on a day-to-day basis. Being in the environment develops confidence, effective communication skills and a thorough understanding of the culture of countries and communities where German is spoken. It further encourages students to consider their study of the language in a broader context. We often find study trips inspire students to succeed in continuing to pursue the language.
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What to do on a modern foreign languages study trip to Germany?
There is an enormous range of activities for students to explore the wonders of Germany. Here we have just a few excursions we can include in a bespoke itinerary.
In addition, you can also fill your days with the following
- Lindt Chocolate Museum
- Berlin Zoo
- Heidelberg Castle
- Church of the Holy Spirit
Our educational travel experts have spent considerable time crafting a selection of ready-made itineraries for your Art Study trip to Amsterdam, which you will find below — entitled ‘Aperture’ and ‘Cityscape. However, we can also create a tailored itinerary to meet the educational needs of your group.
DAY2 Walking tour of Berling followed by a trip to the zoo
DAY3 Transfer to Cologne and visit the Lindt Chocolate Museum and Dom Cathedral
DAY4 Panoramic River Cruise on the Rhine
Combine the three cities to maximise the most of your time and cultural experience in Germany. We suggest starting by aeroplane to Berlin, stay over for a few days then get the train south-west to Heidelberg. Finish the tour with a buzzing bus journey of excited German linguists on a several hours ride to destination Cologne. Home time back to the UK via coach or plane.
Where to Stay
A&O Hostel Cologne Recognised for their determined efforts in making their chain the number one provider in youth accommodation in Germany, we have utmost confidence in using A&O for school groups and their dedication to perfection with our parties on their languages tours to Germany.
Guest facilities include free WIFI, single, double and dorm rooms suitable for all needs and incredible central locations. Nothing is too much trouble as your detailed itineraries are prepared in accordance with meal plans and sightseeing. We provide meals on a half board basis as standard although upgrades are available if desired.
Language study trips to Germany are appropriate to visit anytime.
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