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Berlin & Munich

Highlights of Berlin
  • Fat Tire Bicycle Tour
  • Berlin Wall & Checkpoint Charlie
  • Holocaust Memorial
  • Berliner Dom
  • Reichstag
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Schloss Charlottenburg
  • Gedächtniskirche
  • DDR Museum
  • Bunte Schokowelt & KaDeWe
Highlights of Munich
  • Munich Bicycle Tour
  • Nymphenburg Palace
  • Dachau Concentration Camp
  • Freuenkirche
  • Neues Rathaus
  • Marienplatz Neighborhood
  • Alte Pinakothek
    or Deutsches Museum


Since 2009 we’ve been offering all-inclusive international travel programs for students interested developing real world travel skills while exploring some of the world's most interesting places as part of a small group.
Our programs seize every opportunity to practice foreign language, navigation, scheduling, collaboration, and budgeting skills with real world activities like cross-referencing street and metro maps, purchasing transit passes, researching opening days/times, navigating an itinerary and staying on schedule, choosing restaurants and making reservations, and eating well while staying within a meal allowance.


Berlin, the German capital, is renowned for its exceptional variety of attractions, its flourishing cultural scene and a way of life that's both fast-paced and relaxed. Our visit emphasizes the modernity of this city of 3.5 million residents, in contrast with the history of the city under the Nazis and then under the Communists.
The journey continues to Leipzig and to Dresden, both cities with long histories which became part of East Germany after World War II. Students will gain a great appreciation for German culture and history on this trip, as well as a lifetime of memories!
Day City Overview
1 Airborne Meet your Program Director for an overnight flight to Germany!
2 Berlin Upon arrival, students navigate to our hotel in central Berlin. Check out the S-Bahn and U-Bahn systems, practice basic map skills, and explore the neighborhoods around the hotel.
3 Berlin Guided bike tour of the city, hosted by Fat Tire Bike tours. Highlights include the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate, and Berlin’s famous Reichstag. After dinner, visit the East Side Gallery of the Berlin Wall.
4 Berlin Visit the Holocaust Memorial and the Berliner Dom in the morning, then the DDR Museum for a look at life under communism. End the day with a trip to Bunte Schokowelt, flagship store of Ritter Welt chocolates.
5 Berlin Head out to visit Schloss Charlottenburg, the 17th century palace of the Hohenzollern family, then check out the Kurfürstendamm, the Gedächtniskirche, and KaDeWe – the largest department store in Europe!
6 Munich Travel from Berlin to Munich via the InterCity Express train. With speeds up to 300km/h, this is one of the fastest ways to travel between cities in Germany. In Munich, explore the neighborhoods around Marienplatz, the Frauenkirche, and the Neues Rathaus.
7 Munich Bike tour of Munich led by Mike’s Bike Tours, followed by a visit to the Deutsches Museum or the Alte Pinakothek in the afternoon.
8 Munich Students visit the Dachau concentration camp in the morning, then Nymphenburg Palace in the afternoon.
9 Munich Day trip to Salzburg! Explore the old city, visit the Hohensalzburg fortress and Mozart’s birthplace.
10 Airborne Flight home from Munich. Auf Wiedersehen, Deutschland!