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The Aachen Christmas Market is Germany's nearest Christmas Market to the UK. Aachen's brightly lit Christmas market is set around the cathedral and town hall
Practise German in Berlin, Germany’s capital with its dramatic history, thriving cultural scene and great museums and galleries
Berlin has a rich history and a thriving cultural scene with great museums and galleries. Students will love this dynamic city.
Berlin has been at the centre of many key events of modern European History, WWII, The Cold War, the Fall of Communism and the reunification of Germany
This twin centre tour gives a deeper historical perspective on World War II and the oppression of the Nazi regime
Berlin is the capital city of the German Christmas Markets. Whether you prefer a contemplative and magical Christmas Market or a lively and urban one, Berlin offers you a choice of sixty Christmas Markets to choose from
With a history at the avant-garde of contemporary art, Berlin inspires students through its exciting collections.
During its winter season, Europa-Park, Germany's largest theme park, will present itself as a magical winter wonderland with thousands of colourful decorated fir trees, festive illuminations plus hundreds of attractions and fascinating shows for all ages
Discover the fabulous natural diversity of the Black Forest and no end of fascinating excursions.
Students can develop their language comprehension skills in the culturally rich region of the Black Forest.
The North German cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven are packed full of educational delights for students.
The North German cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven are a great place to improve your German language skills.
The North German cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven have together been named a German ‘City of Science’.
Germany’s fourth largest city, Cologne is packed full of educational attractions and fun activities.
Located in the very heart of Freiburg's beautiful old historical quarter, the Freiburg Christmas Market consists of around 114 festive stalls.
Cologne has no less than seven Christmas Markets in the city centre, each with their own special character
Visit significant locations in the history of Nazi totalitarianism and the Holocaust
Koblenz’s picturesque Christmas market is one of the largest in the Rhineland Palatinate and takes place in the old town close to the main shopping street
City of Music, Culture and History, Leipzig was the scene of the Peaceful Revolution of 1989 leading to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the re-unification of Germany.
Munich's Christmas Market, whose roots go back to the 14th century, is held in the heart of the city centre
The Capital of Bavaria, Munich is a relaxed cosmopolitan city and an important cultural centre.
The capital of Bavaria presents groups with a cosmopolitan city to explore art and culture while allowing opportunities to uncover Germany’s modern history
This dynamic city, the Capital of Bavaria is a key industrial and business centre.
School groups will find an amazing array of educational and fun excursions including castles, museums, monuments and a theme park
Practice German against the stunning backdrop of the Rhine valley, with its historic castles and medieval towns
Picturesque historic city on the Moselle river, founded by the Romans, boasting an impressive 9 sites recognised by UNESCO