Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of Germany
Visit Berlin, the capital of Germany and also one of the most important centers of politics, culture, media and science in Europe. Let yourself be seduced by Berlin’s cultural attractions such as the Berliner Ensemble, the Volksbühne on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, the Schaubühne on Lehniner Platz, the Friedrichstadtpalast, the countless museums – Bode Museum, Pergamon Museum, Natural History Museum, etc., from the various theaters – Theater des Westens, Grips-Theater and much more. Be impressed by the diverse architecture, the Alexanderplatz, the Berlin Cathedral, the Berlin Radio Tower, the Bismarck Monument, the Brandenburg Gate, the TV Tower, the Gendarmenmarkt, the House of World Cultures, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, the Chancellery, Kurfürstendamm, Postdamer Platz, Bellevue Palace, the victory column and infinitely much more. Enjoy a study tour through one of the most visited centers of national and international city tourism.
Take an educational city trip to Dresden, the political and cultural center of the Free State of Saxony. Dresden lies on the Elbe and is a city of art and culture of high international standing, and has valuable art collections, well-known sound bodies and important buildings from numerous epochs that you will never forget. Visit the Dresden Semperoper, the Kulturpalast, the Green Vault, the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden, the Dresden Philharmonie, the Kunstgewerbemuseum, the Frauenkirche, the world-famous Zwinger, the exhibition buildings Johanneum and Albertinum, the Kreuzkirche, the Great Garden and much more. Enjoy a city trip through Dresden.
Visit Leipzig, an independent city in the north-west of the Free State of Saxony. The Leipzig city break enables you to discover the most unforgettable sights in the city. The highlights of Leipzig are the Theater der Junge Welt, the Leipzig Opera, the New Gewandhaus, the New Town Hall, the Capella Fidicina at the Musical Instrument Museum of the University of Leipzig, the Johann Sebastian Bach Monument, the Museum of Printing and the Egyptian Museum, the antique museum of the University of Leipzig, the Bavarian train station, the spoon family – the landmark of the Leipzig culture mile, the Leipzig trade fair, the Paulinerkirche, the Völkerschlachtdenkmal, the Stasi-Museum and last but not least the Schillerhaus in Gohlis or the memorial museum in the “Round Corner” “.
Visit Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, as part of a city break or study trip. The city of Hamburg lies on the Elbe and Alster and has more than twenty theaters, numerous music clubs and around fifty museums. Visit the highlights of the city, the Hamburg State Opera, the Laeiszhalle, the German theater, the main church St. Michaelis (“Michel”), the Hamburg television tower, the Bismarck monument, the Hamburg harbor, the Ohlsdorf cemetery – the largest cemetery in its entirety Europe, the small fleet canals, the old Elbe tunnel, the old warehouse district, the Hamburg city hall, the museum ship Rickmer Rickmers, the Köhlbrand bridge, the Hamburg airport and other sights that are waiting for you. Enjoy your city trip through Hamburg.
Visit Cologne on the Rhine, the largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia and a carnival stronghold, as part of a study trip. Visit the most important highlights such as the city’s landmark, Cologne Cathedral – third highest church in the world and a world cultural heritage site, the cabaret theater, the Theater am Dom, the Cologne Gürzenich, the opera house, the Cologne Philharmonic, the mikveh, the Dionysus mosaic, the Collegiate Church of Gross St. Martin, the Hohenzollern Bridge, the Kölnarena, the Cologne City Museum, the Overstolzenhaus, the City Hall, the Rhine Promenade, the Chocolate Museum, the City Garden, the Volksgarten, as well as other museums, theaters and buildings. Do not forget to get to know the culture of the Cologne people and enjoy an unforgettable city trip through Cologne.
Take a group tour through Rostock, a northern German city on the Baltic Sea. In terms of population and area, Rostock is the largest city in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. This city has one of the most important Baltic ports for passenger traffic and cargo handling and one of the largest cruise ports in Germany. It is culturally and economically the most important city in the country. Rostock offers numerous attractions such as the zoological institute, the city theater, the Gothic St. Mary’s Church, the old Rostock city fortifications, the Lagebuschturm, the monument to Joachim Slüter or the monument to the victims of fascism and other sights that you will remember. Enjoy a nice round trip through Rostock!
Frankfurt am Main
On a city break, admire Frankfurt am Main, the largest city in Hesse, and the fifth largest city in Germany after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne. Frankfurt am Main has many sights such as the Catholic Imperial Cathedral of St. Bartholomew, the Römerberg, the Paulskirche, the Eiserner Steg, the Europaturm, the Dreikönigskirche and the Main Plaza, the main train station, the Städel, the Senckenberg Museum, the Alte Oper, the City hall and other attractions that you will remember forever. Enjoy a wonderful study trip through Frankfurt am Main, which is also known as “Mainhattan” because of its skyline!
The city of Koblenz is impressive for its exposed location at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers in northern Rhineland-Palatinate. Founded over 2,000 years ago, it is one of the oldest cities in Germany. Although 87% of it was destroyed in the Second World War, the rebuilt city and its surroundings offer a wealth of architectural and cultural monuments that are well worth seeing. Many buildings are listed and are part of the program of numerous study trips.
Mainz is the state capital and, with 206,991 inhabitants, it is also the largest city in Rhineland-Palatinate. It is characterized above all by being the seat of the Roman Catholic diocese, the Johannes Gutenberg University and numerous television and radio stations – such as the ZDF and SWR. Mainz is also the center of the Rhenish Carnival. The name of the city goes back to the Roman name “Mogontiacum”, which refers to the Celtic deity Mogon. The city coat of arms shows two silver wheels against a red background; the colors of the city are white and red.