A museum dedicated to the legendary border crossing point, with imagery and exhibitions of attempts to escape to the West, it follows the stories of fugitives and their helpers.
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The Cathedral of Berlin is the largest church in the city, and it serves as a vital centre for the Protestant church of Germany. Reaching out well beyond the borders of the parish and of Berlin, the cathedral attracts thousands of visitors, year after year, from Germany and abroad.
If you are looking for great views of the city and a measure of history and educational value this is a great option for student groups and with price from read more ...
Choose from a wide range of restaurants and packages for you and your students to dine at during your time in Berlin.
With delicious food and drink available at The Hard Rock Cafe or if you prefer a low key meal at a local restaurant you'll be sure to find something to suit everyone!
Call the Further & Higher Travel team today to book your evening meal for your next trip to Berlin!
Let your students sit back and relax as they take in the sights on a Berlin bus tour.
A fantastic tour to do if it's your first time to the city and a great way to travel. Many bus tours let you jump on and off so you can visit attractions, have lunch and go shopping.
If you're interested in arranging a bus tour for your next educational trip to Berlin contact the FHT student team today for the best prices!
A great way to see Berlin and learn at the same!
Our bespoke walking tours will allow students to experience the city as well as find all the interesting spots Berlin has to offer related to their studies. From Art & Design students looking at local graffiti for inspiration to History students visting historical monuments we have something to suit everyone.
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The 1936 Summer Olympics were known as Hitler's Games and and were meant to demonstrate the power and athleticism of the German people.
To outdo the Los Angeles games of 1932, Germany built a new 100,000-seat track and field stadium. They also installed a closed-circuit television system and radio network and filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl, a favourite of Adolf Hitler, was commissioned by the German Olympic Committee to film the Games read more ...
Berlin Zoo is the most visited zoo in Europe with about 3.0 million visitors per year from all over the world and a fun day for any group looking for a diversion. It is open all year long and can easily be reached by public transportation. Please contact us for prices.
Checkpoint Charlie was the name given by the Western Allies to the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East Berlin and West Berlin during the Cold War and is now an iconic visit for History groups, symbolising as it does the division created by communism.
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The Fernsehturm or TV Tower offers a wonderful panoramic view over Berlin. The tower reaches a high of 350 m and as well as a restaurant there is a viewing platform at over 200m up. Ascent is via rapid lifts offering commentary and the viewing area details the history of the buildings on view.
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One of the fastest lifts in Europe will take your student group to the Panoramapunkt viewing platform at Potsdamer Platz 1, atop the Kollhoff Tower. Here excellent views await you over both east and the west part of Berlin at a height of over 100m.
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One of the iconic images for student History groups visiting Berlin, the Reichstag building was constructed to house the Reichstag,or parliament of the German Empire. It was opened in 1894 and housed the Reichstag until 1933, when it was severely damaged in a fire. After World War II, the building fell into disuse; the parliament (Volkskammer) of the German Democratic Republic met in the Palast der Republik in East Berlin, while the parli read more ...
The Brandenburg Gate has in recent times beena symbol of both the partition of the city of Berlin and a symbol of the reunification of the city and as such is an iconic visit for any History group study tour to Berlin.
Originally built over 200 years ago, it survived the onslaught of the final days of the Second World War damaged but still standing to find itself behind Russian lines in the partiton of the City. For nearly thirty yea read more ...
The Story of Berlin opened its doors in 1999 and offers visiting student groups an insight into 800 years of history of the city of Berlin. Visitors are guided around the museum with hi-tech headsets, which give audio commentaries in English or German. Underneath the museum is an enormous nuclear shelter, designed and built during the Cold War to hold nearly 4000 people. Guided tours are possible.
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Located right at the centre of Berlin, the One80 Hostel is a fantastic option for groups aged over 16yrs. It has a chic interior, modern and well-maintained bathroom facilities, offering comfortable dorms for students and double or single rooms for group leaders, all kept in a stylish, unique design. Make sure to get in touch with our Berlin student travel team today for the best advice and prices on your next study trip to Berlin.
Student groups travelling to Berlin have a wide choice of superb value, purpose-built accommodation. One such example is the A&O Berlin Friedrichshain which is located right in the middle of the trendy district of the same name. Just five minutes walk to the Ostkreuz train station, the hostel offers simple and quick access to all of Berlin's many highlights. Students are accommodated in multi bedded rooms and single and read more ...
The MEININGER Hotel Berlin Mitte Humboldthaus is located in the lively Berlin Mitte district on Oranienburger Straße, close to the S bahn stop of the same name and has many sights close by.
Offering 118 rooms over six floors served by two lifts, the hotel has free WiFi in every room and has internet terminals on hand as well. A lounge with a small bar and a terrace in the courtyard offers outdoor relaxing in read more ...
The Hotel Transit is an international student hotel located in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. This trendy area has developed its own cultural scene with fringe theatre, galleries and caberets and of course numerous bars and restaurants. This colourful mix is extremely popular with student groups from all over Europe and beyond.
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The Transit Loft Hotel offers a convenient location in the trendy Prenzlauer Berg area of the city in what was the former East Berlin. Now a Hotel with five storeys this Victorian era building was originally a factory but was completely refurbished in 2001. It offers comfortable accommodation based on multi bedded rooms (max 5 per room but no bunk beds) with private facilities and twins and singles as well if required. &nbs read more ...
If your student group prefers single or twin / double rooms only but still want to travel on a budget then they will love the 2-star Ibis Berlin Mitte. The hotel is located in the centre of the German capital and is ideal for sightseeing or clubbing. Alexanderplatz with its iconic TV Tower is only 10 minutes' walk away and from there you can catch a bus or train 24 hours a day. Student groups travelling to this hotel stay in one read more ...
If your student group is looking for central and modern, high standard accommodation then there really couldn’t be many better locations than that offered by the MEININGER Hotel Hauptbahnhof. Immediately adjacent to Berlin's central railway station, no fewer than eight bus routes, U Bahns and city trains meet here, and the hotel overlooks the Bundeskanzleramt and the Reichstag. The panorama roof terrace also read more ...
The MEININGER Hotel Berlin Prenzlauer Berg offers a convenient location for student groups to visit all that Berlin offers. Located immediately adjacent to the Senefelderplatz U-Bahn station which offers rapid transit throughout the city, the hotel has a wealth of bars and cafes and entertainment on offer in the increasingly trendy Prenzlauer Berg area.
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Guided tour of central Berlin covering key historical sites in Berlin, including the Berlin Wall.
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Half day walking tour of the key historical sites of central Berlin to include the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate area and Kaiser read more ...
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Time permitting take a guided tour of Central Berlin covering key historical sites of the city centre
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