Language trips to Germany

A German-language trip is extremely popular with language students, and with very good reason.

Soaking up the German culture and German history is a great way to get improve your language skills. As with all foreign languages, Language Immersion makes a huge difference. language and culture go hand in hand.

Germany is, of course, one of Europe’s largest countries, and encompasses a wide variety of opportunities for a school trip where learning German by getting involved in the culture is the priority. There’s the tall, sheer mountains of the south; the sandy, rolling plains of the north; the Black Forest and forested hills of the urbanized west; and the plains of the agricultural east.

At the spiritual heart of the country is the east-central city of Berlin. Berlin rose from the ashes of World War II and now, after decades of partition, is the capital of a reunified Germany. A trip to Berlin is always popular with many of our schools.

Along the banks of the Rhine River stand, literally, hundreds of sites worthy of a school tour. So whether you like medieval castles, churches, picturesque villages, or market towns, there is something for everyone. So each one is a centre of learning and culture and the perfect place to practice your German language skills. Language study has never been more fun!

Bespoke language trips to Germany.

The great cities, including Berlin, Munich and Hamburg. Each will wow you with a cultural kaleidoscope that will excite. This extends from art museums and high-brow opera to a modern-day lifestyle and thriving nightlife. Wherever you go, Romanesque, Gothic and baroque classics rub rafters with architectural creations from modern masters. So the works of Daniel Libeskind, David Chipperfield and Frank Gehry will delight those with a passion for architecture.

Berlin is a city with a big history. Walk along remnants of the Berlin Wall, marvel at the splendour of a Prussian palace, visit Checkpoint Charlie or stand in the very room where the Holocaust was planned. Berlin is like an endlessly fascinating 3D textbook where the past is very much present wherever you go.

Munich has long been known as the ‘city of art and beer’. There is no better place to practice your German language skills than a friendly tavern.

So too when it comes to the art centres. The Kunstareal, Munich’s art quarter, is the place to start. It has four major venues displaying everything from Dutch masters to 1960s design.

The city also boasts some world-class museums. These focus on topics as diverse as Oktoberfest, porcelain and BMW cars. And if that weren’t enough, there are still the royal palaces to explore. The legacy of 700 years of rule by a single family, the Wittelsbachs, is to be seen at every turn.

Hamburg’s historic label is ‘The gateway to the world’. It is Germany’s second-largest city and biggest port. Hamburg became a centre of international trade, a legacy that continues today. It remains one of Germany’s wealthiest cities and Hamburg’s maritime spirit still infuses the entire city.

Language learning to suit your agenda.

Ardmore Travel are the leading supplier of language learning trips to Germany. We ensure that each one is bespoke to you and suits your agenda and ideals. Our language tours set new standards in children’s language education.

So to find out more about school trips to Germany, give our friendly team a call on +44 (0) 1628 826699.

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language trip to Germany

School trips to Berlin

Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany by both area and population. Its 3,748,148 inhabitants make it the second-most populous city proper of the European Union after London. The city is one of Germany's 16 federal states. It is surrounded by the state of Brandenburg, and contiguous with its capital, Potsdam.

school trips to Bonn

School trips to Bonn

When this relaxed city on the Rhine became West Germany’s ‘temporary’ capital in 1949 it surprised many, including its own residents. It has a healthy economy and lively urban vibe. For visitors, the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven has plenty of note, not least the great composer’s birth house, a string of top-rated museums, a

school trips to Dresden

School trips to Dresden

Dresden is the capital city of Saxony, Germany, on the River Elbe near the Czech border. Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony, who for centuries furnished the city with cultural and artistic splendor and was once by personal union the family seat of

School trips to Hamburg

School trips to Hamburg

Hamburg's historic label, ‘The gateway to the world’, is Germany’s second-largest city and biggest port. A leading light in the Hanseatic League in the Middle Ages, Hamburg became a centre of international trade, a legacy that continues today: it remains one of Germany's wealthiest cities and Hamburg’s maritime spirit still infuses the entire city.

school trips to Munich

School trips to Munich

Munich is the capital and most populous city of Bavaria, the second-most populous German federal state. With a population of around 1.5 million, it is the third-largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, as well as the 12th-largest city in the European Union.

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