Berlin manages to encapsulate all that is modern about Europe, whilst not forgetting its turbulent past. Berlin is a world class city of culture, politics, media and science. Students of any discipline will find experiences that enhance their learning and ensure they have a school trip they'll never forget, whether the focus is on art, history, psychology, business or language.
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Berlin has undergone a building boom, and has truly shed the ills of the past to establish itself as a funky, dynamic and creative city. The city boasts some of the most impressive monuments you are likely to see in Western Europe, most with an incredible story behind them, including; the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, Holocaust Memorial and Berlin Wall. Walks through the city centre are full of adventure and great sights as the streets are packed with art and statues. School trips to Berlin are packed with chances to learn and have fun, perfect for classes of any age or interest. We design our Berlin school trips to ensure your students get the most out of their visit.
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Arrive at your accommodation and check in to your accommodation.
Visit to Reichstag Dome.
Walking Tour to include Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Platz and Holocaust Memorial.
Visit the Topography of Terror.
Free time in Potsdamer Platz and evening meal.
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.
Berlin Bunker Tour.
Bowling and evening meal.
Tour of the Olympic Stadium.
Transfer to the airport for return flight.
Arrive at school.
Top Tips from Our Travel Experts
Berlin is easily accessible from most of the UK and we have some fantastic hotels there of a very high standard. It is great for different subjects meaning groups can combine if they need to increase their numbers. The people are friendly and its cheap and easy to get around. My top tips are:
1. Book as soon as you can. Some visits book up more than six months ahead, so be quick to avoid disappointment.
2. Familiarise yourself with the public transport system before you travel. It is very efficient and easy to use – as long as you prepare ahead of time.
3. If you are studying multiple eras of Berlin’s history, consider organising your visits by topic instead of geographical convenience.
4. We have lots of different types of restaurants available, from traditional German sausages, to American burgers or Indian curries.
5. Climb the Reichstag building at night – the views from the top are fantastic. This is a fun, free evening activity.