Language & Culture school trips to Munich
Munich is a hugely welcoming destination and provides the opportunity to develop your students’ linguistic base with a Language & Culture trip. Encourage your group to chat with locals and investigate the sobering history that surrounds the Olympic Games with a visit to Olympia Park. Tour the art galleries in the Kunstareal district and encourage your students to realise the impact art has had in shaping modern Germany. Experience the world of science and technology and increase the vocabulary of your group with a visit to Deutsches Museum or head to the farmers market to test conversational skills while they haggle for goods and order day-to-day items. Boost your students’ confidence when communicating with a Language and Culture school trip to Munich.
Meininger City Hostel
- Good value for money
- Excellent facilities
A centrally located hostel with brilliant facilities for school groups.
Location: Centrally positioned and close to the main railway station.
Facilities: The hostel has a recreation room, meeting room, restaurant, bar, video games, table football, films and karaoke on a big screen.
Accommodation: There are 94 rooms, all en-suite. Students are accommodated in 4- 6 bedded rooms, whilst staff are in twin rooms with TV and telephone.<
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Subject Specific Excursions
Neuschwanstein Castle is a famous 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace positioned on a rocky hill above the village of Hohenschwangau. Students will enjoy exploring the castle and taking pictures of the palace which has appeared in several movies and was the inspiration for Disneyland's® Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Experience the world of science and technology, from the past to the present day, in 50 exhibition areas covering 50,000 square metres in the world’s largest science museum.
The Olympia Park in Munich was constructed for the 1972 Summer Olympics. Found in the area of Munich known as the "Oberwiesenfeld" ("upper meadow-field"), the park continues to serve as a venue for cultural, social, and religious events.
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