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A city once divided in two, has now come together to give us this quirky capital and the undisputed chicest city in Europe. A cutting-edge city that is juxtaposed by the beautiful green villages that clustered on the outskirts.

Your perfect educational tour

Searching for an educational tour in Berlin? Take a look at the main attractions in the city!
Science

SCIENCE

The future is in the hands of your students! The Berlin Life Science Learning lab is where your students can learn about the basics of genetic engineering and genome research. Why not take a trip to the Spectrum Science museum which offers over 150 changing exhibits?

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Film & Media

FILM & MEDIA

Lights, camera, action! The Berlin museum is a full immersion in all things ‘film’. The museum hosts over 1,000 exhibitions which range from original film scripts to costumes and props. A guided tour of the Babelsberg Film Studios will give your students an insight into the art of filmmaking.

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History

HISTORY

More than 200,000 people were imprisoned in the Sachsenhausen between 1936 and 1945, visit the memorial house to watch a film detailing the camp's history. The Palace of Tears contains the exhibition “Border experience” which recalls the impact of the division of Germany on people’s lives.

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Religious Studies

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Berlin is a diverse city, a quality reflected in its many churches, chapels and mosques. Your students can explore the beautiful Berlin Cathedral, climb the cathedral to get a panoramic view of the city. The ‘New Synagogue’ doesn’t live up to its name, it was actually built in 1859 and is the main point of worship for the Jewish community.

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Sports

SPORTS

Today the Olympic stadium hosts major events and concerts. The stadium was originally built for the 1936 Olympic Games, where Hitler used the games as propaganda for his socialist regime. If you have a sports team, why not organise some friendly matches whilst you’re in Berlin.

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Art

ART

The museum of contemporary art is located in the cities former railway station, collections include work from Andy Warhol and many others. Let your students explore the Bauhaus museum, which details the importance of the Baushaus and features a large collection of materials and contemporary exhibitions.

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Planning your trip

If you and your group are struggling to fill your days in Berlin (not likely) then leave it to the experts. Take a look at our sample itinerary, but remember we tailor make our itineraries to meet your curriculum objectives.

Day 1

Land in the historical capital of Germany and transfer to your accommodation. Take a trip to the Palace of Tears to learn about the history behind the border. Make your way over to the Holocaust Memorial before heading out for a group dinner.

Day 2

Spend your morning on a city walking tour, ticking off the big tourist sights as you go: Brandenberg gate, Checkpoint Charlie, The Reichstag Building and the Fernsehtrum. In the afternoon you and your group can visit the museum of contemporary art and explore the many exhibits.

Day 3

Visit the memorial house at Sachsenhausen, where your students can watch a film detailing the history of the camp. Take a quick trip to the Berlin Cathedral to get the best views of the city, before catching your evening flight home.

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Berlin is a vibrant combination of culture and craziness, sure to measure up even to the toughest of critics! Not sold? Check out some of our blogs for handy tips and even more ‘must-see’s’
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