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Overview

German School Trips to The Rhineland, Germany

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Curricular Links:

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

The Rhineland, where breathtaking scenery steeped in legendary folklore meets traditional German towns and cities. The rolling green hills surrounding the banks of the mighty River Rhine are adorned with magnificent castles and palaces – making it feel like something out of a fairy tale – whilst the cobbled streets and traditional architecture seen in Cologne and Koblenz gives students an all-round taste of ‘real Germany’.

The friendly locals will welcome you with open arms. However, with little English spoken throughout the region, students’ language skills will be put to the ultimate test! Germany is famed for its Christmas Markets and this region hosts some of the best around, so why not speak to us about the possibility of a trip in December?

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Recommended Visits


The Rhineland Language Recommended Visits

The Rhineland’s small, traditional and picturesque towns and villages make it the ideal destination to enhance your student’s understanding of a range of topics on the Language syllabus. Here you can discover just some of the excursions we can build into your bespoke school trip itinerary.

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Koblenz Town Rally Ehrenbreitschein Fortress, Koblenz Cologne Cruise on the River Rhine Boppard Chairlift Ride and Town Train Marksburg Castle Phantasialand Theme Park Chocolate Museum
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Language Tuition

ISL Sprachschule

Language tuition in The Rhineland

Tuition

With over 30 years of specialist experience in teaching German, our partner school in Koblenz offers groups a safe and welcoming environment to further develop their language skills whilst on tour.

The tuition will consist of a combination of in-classroom learning using interactive activities and games to keep everyone engaged, as well as outdoor activities such as the town rally. The town rally is a big hit with groups who visit the school as they head out around the town, conversing with locals, visiting famous landmarks and filling out worksheets to be crowned winners of the language challenge.

Location – Centre of Koblenz.
Lesson duration – Typically 45 minutes.
Maximum class size – 15 students.

LOtC Activities

  • Town Rally – Koblenz.
  • Chocolate Museum,
  • Marksburg Castle Tour.
  • Olympic Museum.

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

Itineraries

The Rhineland 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.

Cologne

4 days,
3 nights

Dates: 23rd – 26th May 

Passengers: 31 students and 2 teachers

Accommodation: L’Europe hotel

Board Basis: Half Board

Overview of visits: Cologne, Chocolate Museum, Church of St Severus, Rhine River Cruise, Phantasialand Theme Park.

Day 1:

The group had an early check in for their flight from London Stansted to Cologne Bonn Airport. Upon arrival the group travelled into Cologne, the city centre and took advantage of some free time to explore the area and familiarise themselves with their surroundings. Many chose to visit the magnificent cathedral to climb the 509 stone steps of the spiral staircase to the viewing platform for amazing views over the city. Others took a guided tour of the Chocolate Museum where they learned more about the history of chocolate and ceased the opportunity to sample a little too! The group travelled on to their hotel in Boppard for their evening meal and a welcome nights’ sleep.

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Day 2:

After breakfast the group made the short walk into Boppard town centre to explore the town and to experience its bustling central market, the impressive church of St Severus and it’s many quaint streets and shops. After a spot of lunch the group embarked on a Rhine River Cruise from Boppard to St Goarshausen. Sitting back and relaxing as the sights of the river bank passed them by from the comfort of the boat was an absolute pleasure for all! After the cruise the group met their coach for the journey back to the hotel where they sampled their next slice of German cuisine. The remainder of the evening was spent reminiscing about their day and relaxing in the evening sunshine.

“Excellent organisation from start to finish.”

Beal High School, Mr S Davies - The Rhineland

Day 3:

Today the group spent a thrilling day at Phantasialand Theme Park travelling on the numerous water rides, roller coasters and rides. Everyone had a thoroughly brilliant day and enjoyed a slower paced evening meal and much needed nights’ sleep.

Day 4:

On their final day the group took time at leisure to explore the town of Boppard. After completing a treasure hunt, making good use of their now well practiced German language skills, many took advantage of the Boppard mini train and chairlift ride for a new perspective of the Boppard landscape. They then returned to the hotel to collect their belongings before commencing their return journey home.


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Accommodation

The Rhineland Accommodation

Bad Honnef Youth Hostel

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Set in the unique Siebengebirg landscape, this lively modern youth hostel has comfortable rooms and excellent facilities perfectly suited for groups. With its own outdoor amphitheatre with a seating capacity of around 150 people, the opportunity for concert groups to rehearse, perform and stay here really is quite unique!

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