School Trips to Germany

Germany has become one of the go-to European destinations for school trips and tours in recent years. As well as being steeped in history, it is a diverse country with plenty of remarkable landmarks and curious differences from region to region.

The German language is unlike no other, fun to learn and wonderfully to the point. What better way to develop those language skills than immersing your class in the culture of Deutschland? And although not the food  is perhaps not so lauded as neighbouring French cuisine, Germany still has its fair share of delicacies. 

From the hustle and bustle of Berlin and Munich to the ancient castles of the Rhine and bewitching folklore of the Black Forest, we offer school tours to Germany that cater to every purpose and taste. Get in touch to find out more information or advice on planning your ideal Germany school trip.

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German Language School Trips

If your focus is language, we offer a range of German language trips designed to immerse pupils in German culture as well as workshops that help to build confidence in their studies

School Trips to Berlin

The German capital has never been more popular for educational visits and always proves highly valuable whatever subject you choose to focus on.

School Trips to Rhine & Moselle

The wonderfully diverse setting of the Rhine and Moselle is home to beautiful valleys, ancient castle and Gothic churches

School Trips to Munich

There’s so much to do and see in Munich that you’ll definitely need a watertight itinerary to fit it all in! Take a look at our most popular Munich school trips.

School Trips to Munich & Nuremberg History Nazism

Your pupils will gain an in-depth understanding of the Rise of Nazism through visits within Munich and Nuremberg. Munich was once a Nazi stronghold referred to as Haupstadt der Bewegung (“capital of the movement”) and on your history school trip in Nuremberg you will visit the rally ground, scene of some of the most important events in the Nazi calendar, and the impressive museum “Fascination and Terror”, which concentrates on the Nazi use of propaganda.

School Trips to the Black Forest

A school trip to the Black Forest gives students of all ages the chance to experience authentic German tradition and customs for themselves.

School Trips to Cologne Christmas Markets

Cologne, a major cultural centre of the Rhineland, is world renowned for its Christmas markets which attract over four million visitors a year. With six different markets open daily, and well into the evening, a visit to Cologne really does allow you to maximise your time whilst away.