German Language School Trips & Tours

There’s really no better way to reinforce your classroom-based learning than by surrounding your pupils with native speakers and immersing them in the culture and daily rhythms of German life.

With our unsurpassed destination knowledge, you’ll get an itinerary that includes the right balance of cultural experiences and target language-focused visits and workshops to help give your pupils greater confidence in their language skills and the chance to enjoy an unforgettable taste of German culture.

On the ground support on your next German language school trip 

Native Berliner and professional tour guide for over ten years, Tatjana offers detailed insight into Berlin and its history. She enjoys assisting groups and can focus on any subject. Tatjana is a member of the Registered Association of the Berlin Tourist Guides. Tatjana, or a member of her team, will meet you on arrival, assist you with hotel check-in, advise you on points of interest and public transport and provide 24-hour emergency assistance.

Learn more about our German language school trip destinations 

Rhine & Moselle German Language School Trips

A study tour to this diverse region offers a wide range of educational visits that give an insight into German life and a welcoming environment to practise language skills.

Berlin German Language School Trips

A school trip to this lively city will give pupils a greater understanding of German life, past and present, whilst also helping them to increase their language abilities and bond as a group.

Black Forest German Language School Trips

With a range of educational and cultural visits, Strasbourg, Freiburg, forest and spa towns are not to be missed.

Munich German Language School Trips

Munich provided target language-focused visits together with exceptional cultural experiences, from royal palaces to modern architecture, film studios and numerous museums.

Free learning resources for your German language school trip

Our free Go Explore educational resources provide a great way for your pupils to build their confidence to explore another culture, language and location. A great tool for pupils to record their experience outside the classroom, your Go Explore journal contains space to add information, pre-visit notes, a daily record of what they have seen and learnt, as well as space for relevant vocabulary. The journal is useful for assisting in controlled assessment preparation and is a valuable memento of time spent abroad.