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German School Trips to Munich, Germany

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Curricular Links:

  • Art and architecture
  • Cinema
  • Cultural heritage
  • Education
  • Food and drink
  • Sport
  • Technology
  • Travel and tourism
  • Youth culture

As Germany’s third largest city, Munich is modern and cosmopolitan whilst still retaining its rich Bavarian culture and charm. Whether you wander through central Marienplatz, witness the unmistakable Frauenkirche, relax in the leafy Englischer Garten or take a trip to the impressive Allianz Arena, you’re sure to come across city slickers dressed head-to-toe in the latest fashion trends walking side-by-side with locals in Lederhosen and Dirndl dresses!

This city is the perfect base to discover the beautiful state of Bavaria or even venture over the border to Austria’s breathtaking Salzburg. Students will not only be able to practise their Hochdeutsch, but perhaps pick up a few Bavarian and Austrian phrases too!

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Recommended Visits

Munich Language Recommended Visits

Munich offers a wide range of language and cultural visits, making it perfect for students of all ages and language ability levels. Here are just a few of our most recommended visits.

Guided Tour of Munich Nymphenburg Palace Schloss Neuschwanstein Bavaria Filmstadt Olympic Park Salzburg Markets The Allianz Arena
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Language Tuition

DID Institut Munich

Language tuition in Munich


Our partner language school has been offering language instruction to school groups, adults and businesses since 1970. The institute was awarded the Language Travel Magazine Star Award in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2012, as voted for by thousands of travel agencies worldwide.

Today they have 4 schools across Germany and we work closely with those located in Munich and Berlin. The teachers, who are all native speakers, will plan the programme around your specific wishes, allowing for a combination of lessons in and outside the classroom suitable for the varying ability of your students.

Location – 15 minute walk from the A&O Hostel, next to the central station and just a 15 minute walk to the centre of town.
Lesson duration – typically 45 minutes sessions.
Maximum class size – 15 students.

LOtC Activities

  • Guided walking tour.
  • Tour of the Hofbräuhaus.
  • Guided tour of the Neuschwanstein Castle.

Get in touch with our expert team on 01332 347 828 for more information about adding language tuition to your trip to Munich.


Munich Sample Itineraries

Your bespoke itinerary will include the appropriate balance of educational visits and leisure excursions to fill your chosen duration and meet your aims and objectives. Your dedicated School Tour Coordinator will offer advice and recommendations with the sole aim of creating the perfect itinerary for your group, but just to get you inspired, we have outlined the itinerary created for one of our clients below.

Guided Tour

5 days,
4 nights

Dates: 2nd – 6th July 

Passengers: 30 students and 3 teachers

Accommodation: The A&O Hostel Munchen Hackerbrücke

Board Basis: Half Board

Overview of visits: Neuschwanstein Castle, Marienplatz, Dom, Theatinerplatz, BMW World, Olympic park, English Garden, Hellabrunn Zoo, Residenz, Hofbräuhaus, Viktualienmarkt.

Day 1:

The group arrived in Munich late afternoon transferring immediately to their hostel for check in, and an evening meal before settling down for a much needed nights rest.

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Day 2:

It was an early start for the group their coach departed for a visit to Neuschwanstein, one of Germany’s most visited castles. Built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria in honour of his favourite composer, Richard Wagner, it was an impressive start to the day. After the collection of tickets and a short walk up to the castle, the group took part in an hour long guided tour, before sitting down to eat lunch. The remainder of the afternoon was spent exploring their surroundings, before returning by coach to the hostel for an evening meal, and evening at leisure.

“Our best moment... Neuschwanstein, including walking up and down to/from the castle and the picnic and games played by the stream.”

Dr Andrea Materlik, Reading School - Munich

Day 3:

Day three started with free time for the group to explore Munich’s city centre, and the sights of the Marienplatz – the central square in Munich, and the cathedral Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau or ‘Cathedral of Our Dear Lady’. They then made their way on foot to the English Garden, Munich’s largest park where they spent time relaxing in the sunshine while eating a picnic style lunch. The afternoon began with a visit to BMW World, where the group had the opportunity to see BMW’s latest range of cars and motorcycles, followed by a visit to the neighbouring Olympic Park where they had free time to explore the park before travelling up the Olympic Tower. Returning to their hostel in the early evening, the group spent their time playing football and a host of competitive games.

Day 4:

Today the group went to the Hellabrunn Zoo, where the animals live according to the nature of their geographical home. Leaving the zoo mid-afternoon, there was just enough time for the group to visit the Marienplatz, where they had free time to explore the sights they had missed on the day before. The group then returned to the hostel for their evening meal before heading out for an evening at the local swimming pool.

Day 5:

After checking out, the group had the morning free to further explore Munich’s city centre. After a spot of lunch the group then returned to the hostel to collect their bags before making their way to the airport for their return journey home.

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Munich Accommodation

Hotel Dolomit

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This friendly family run hotel is located right in the city centre with excellent links to all the major public transport networks, providing easy access to the attractions of this Bavarian capital. All rooms come with private bathroom facilities and flat screen TV.

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  • Large breakfast room
  • Restaurant
  • 24 hour reception and snacks (snacks available at an extra charge).

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