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Berlin is a vibrant city boasting over 170 museums and galleries - an exciting prospect for budding Art & Design University students seeking inspiration on study trips abroad.

Whether you decide to visit the Neue Nationalgalerie, marvel at the modernism of the Bauhaus Museum, or take an open-air tour along the East Side Gallery, there is an abundance of diverse visits for Art & Design students in Berlin.

Graffiti and Street Art workshops give student groups an opportunity to see some of the best mural art and installations in the city, whilst also understanding who is behind the art and what their motivations are.

At the other end of the spectrum, you will take a step back in time at a range of excellent galleries, including the Alte Nationalgalerie, Bauhaus Archiv Berlin and Bröhan Museum, to name just a few. The city is teeming in top art galleries and museums featuring a vast collection of works, from Neoclassical, Romantic and early Modernist artwork to Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Why not visit Berlin for your next Art & Design student trip, or take a look below for more inspiration.

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4 Day Sample Itinerary

Day 1

Morning

Flight from UK to Berlin. Check in to your accommodation

Afternoon

Visit to the Berlinische Galerie: Museum of modern art, photography and architecture

Evening

Visit to the Reichstag roof terrace & Dome

Day 2

Morning

Street Art Workshop & Tour: discover some of the latest, greatest and oldest examples of street art, graffiti & mural art in this famous capital of urban art. Then make your very own canvas piece to take home with you as a memento of this truly Berlin experience

Afternoon

Visit to Hamburger Bahnhof: one of the largest and most significant public collections of contemporary art in the world

Evening

Visit the Berlin Wall Panorama: With panoramic views and a photographic exhibition detailing the personal accounts Austrian artist, Yadegar Asisi brings this period of history to life

Day 3

Morning

Visit to the Kathe Kollwitz Museum: the permanent exhibition traces the development and disruptions in the life of this extraordinary woman

Afternoon

Visit to the East Side Gallery to see the best-preserved section of the Berlin Wall, a kilometre-long display of amazing murals

Evening

Visit to Panoramapunkt: Ride in the fastest lift in all of Europe, then enter the open-air observation deck 100 metres above Potsdamer Platz, offering a fascinating view of Berlin

Day 4

Morning

Free time to reflect at the Holocaust Memorial

Afternoon

Return to hotel for transfer to Berlin airport. Flight from Berlin to UK

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