Berlin Travel and Tourism

Further education

Discover how Berlin draws in visitors with its unique blend of artiness, history and modern efficiency.

Highlights

  • Ultramodern developments at Postdamer Platz
  • Studio life at Berlin Television Tower
  • Sports history at the Olympic Stadium
  • Escape attempts at Checkpoint Charlie Museum
Typically £166 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 40 students

What's included: 

  • Return flights to Berlin
  • All current taxes and surcharges
  • 3 nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation
  • Single rooms for party leaders
  • 1 leader free for 10 paying passengers
  • 24-hour assistance and support

Sample itinerary for University and College groups (not included in the guide price)

Day 1

2 hours flight, arrive in Berlin
Airport transfer to your accommodation
Arrive at your accommodation and check in
Evening meal at a local restaurant

Day 2

Breakfast at your accommodation
Private guided sightseeing tour
Visit to Checkpoint Charlie
Evening meal at a local restaurant

Day 3

Breakfast at your accommodation
Brandenburg Gate
Visit to Topography of Terror
Evening meal at a local restaurant

Day 4

Breakfast at your accommodation and check-out
Potsdamer Platz
Return airport transfer
2 hours flight, arrive in UK
Lorna Coblenz

Your students shouldn’t miss a visit to the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag - the latter provides a 360-degree view across Berlin and its surroundings from the top dome.

Lorna Coblenz, Tour Co-ordinator
Typically £166 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 40 students

Often regarded as one of Europe's premier cities of culture, Berlin holds a remarkable blend of historic, artistic and architectural sites that are a massive draw for tourists visiting Germany. The same can be said for student tours focussing upon travel and tourism because Berlin offers plenty of examples as to how to effectively market and re-brand a city that was long associated with one of Europe's darkest eras of recent times.

 

Modern Berlin is a lively, fun and trendy centre that regularly receives over 130 million day trippers per year which places it well-within the top 5 most-popular European locations.

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With almost 800 hotels, featuring over 120 thousand beds, is it any wonder that tourism is fast-becoming one of the capital's fastest growing industries?

But why come? Why visit the one-time home of Nazi Germany and a location which physically split the nation thanks to the notorious Berlin Wall? And there in lies the attraction for visitors – the history of Berlin is so dark and yet so enticing that anyone with the slightest interest in the world just can't stay away.

Landmarks, such as: the Brandenburg Gate, the Checkpoint Charlie Museum and the Reichstag Building all play their part in enticing visitors. And no travel and tourism student tour would be complete without a visit to Museum Island which holds numerous pearls of wisdom related to just why people keep on coming back to Berlin.

Whatever your university travel and tourism tour's particular area of study, Berlin presents a remarkable opportunity to unearth the art, the history and the attraction of this European heavy-weight. And, from a fascination with the past to some fine examples of urban art, Berlin will provide student tour groups with more case study topics than they could ever dream of.

 

 

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Thanks for all your work organising our trip. They wre all without problems and everyone had a great time. Together, you and Victoria did a great job.

University of Portsmouth

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Typically £166 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 40 students