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Business & Economics Trips to Munich

From £235.00

Overview
Reasons to Visit
Popular Itinerary
Places to Stay
  • Overview

    Curriculum Topics
    Key Stage 4

    • Production Processes
    • Organisational Structures
    • Business Location
    • Globalisation
    • International trade and the global economy

    Key Stage 5

    • Mission, Corporate Objectives & Strategy
    • Strategic Positioning

    Munich is Germany’s third largest city and undisputed technology leader. It is home to around 22,000 hi-tech companies in the fields of electronics, telecommunications, aviation, and aerospace with automotive engineering being the single most important industry.  Global giants like BMW and Audi, have established their headquarters here.   Students can take a look behind the scenes at both of these car manufacturers through tours of their production facilities.  The impressive BMW Welt is a major city landmark and attraction in its own right which celebrates the brand as well as the architecture.  Munich is an energetic and economically prosperous city, with its attractive location beneath the Bavarian Mountains it is an exciting place to observe business first hand.

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. BMW AG Factory Tour and Museum

      Visit the home plant of the BMW Group and experience live and in detail how cars are created. Experience how parts are produced from heavy coils of steel, how they are assembled into a car body and painted. See how an engine is created. Follow a car on its way to completion through various quality tests.

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    2. Mercedes Benz Museum (Stuttgart)

      On 16,500 square meters of exhibition space, the intriguing new building accommodates not only 160 vehicle exhibits but also numerous additional offers including restaurants and museum shops

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    3. Munich Airport Visitors Park

      The full airport bus tour takes you all over the airport property. Additional tours for example the airport fire department, or the airport buildings, including Terminals 1 and 2 are available, or you can take a tour of Terminal 2 and enjoy a direct view from the observation deck.

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  • Popular Itinerary

     

    Day 1 

    Morning: Depart UK airport for flight to Munich

    Afternoon: Transfer to your accommodation. Guided tour of the Olympic Park

    Evening: Evening meal at a local restaurant.

    Day 2

    Morning: BMW Factory Tour, BMW Welt

    Afternoon: Guided Tour of Allianz Arena

    Evening: Evening meal at a local restaurant.

    Day 3

    Morning: Visit to Dachau Concentration Camp

    Afternoon: Audi Discovery Tour

    Evening: Evening meal at a local restaurant.

    Day 4

    Morning: Transfer to airport for Munich Airport Tour

    Afternoon: Return flight

    Evening: Arrive UK


     

  • Places to stay
    • A&O Hostel Munchen

      Located centrally 10 minutes walk from Theresienwiese: -2 bedded rooms -All rooms with private facilities, TV, hairdryer -Internet access, 24 hour reception, luggage room

    • Meininger Hotel Munich City Centre

      Offering a high standard of room comfort and dedicated to accommodating youth groups, the Meininger Munich is centrally located, a 10-15 minute walk from the main train station. Rooms for students are 3-6 beddedand all rooms are equipped with private facilities and television. The hostel has a 24 hour reception, a bar and dining room.

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