School Language Trips to The Rhineland

A fairy tale world brought to life

  • Rhineland
  • Burg Eltz Castle
Succumb to the enchantments of rural Germany
From £285pp i

Where breathtaking scenery steeped in legendary folklore meets traditional German towns and cities, the rural beauty of the Rhineland offers that authentic German experience and then some. Enchanting palaces and hill-top castles line the River Rhine, whilst the cobbled streets and classic architecture in Cologne and Koblenz give a taste of ‘real Germany’.

The friendly locals will welcome you with open arms and your German will be put to the ultimate test. Home to some of the best Christmas Markets around, why not give your trip a festive feel and travel in December?

Accommodation

Popular places to stay in The Rhineland

  • Located in Siebengebirge Nature Park along the Rhine
  • Specialised music youth hostel with plenty of rehearsal space
  • On-site instruments and technology
  • Lots of on-site sports and leisure activities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Roof terrace with a barbecue, disco room and bistro
  • 5 rehearsal rooms, small theatre with stage, open air amphitheatre (possibility to schedule rehearsal times in advance)
  • On-site instruments and technology
  • 8 shared lounge areas
  • Lots of on-site sports and leisure activities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Rehearse in one of the rooms, small theatre or outdoor amphitheatre
  • Play a game of table football, table tennis or basketball
  • Throw your own disco or have a barbecue night
  • Unwind in one of the lounge areas
  • Central location
  • Short walk from Dusseldorf Main Station and Konigstrasse shopping street
  • Quad, triple, twin and single bed rooms
  • En-suite facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Games room with pool table and table football
  • Shared lounge with TV
  • Snack bar
  • ATM on-site
  • Luggage storage facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Enjoy a game of pool or table football
  • Relax and watch TV in the shared lounge
  • Grab a bite of eat in the snack bar
  • Walk to Konigstrasse for a spot of shopping
  • Hop on the train for a day out
  • A 12th century castle overlooking the Rhine
  • Multi, quad, triple, twin and single bed rooms
  • Mixed shared and en-suite facilities
  • Function rooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Restaurant, bistro, café bar and snack area
  • Table tennis and board games
  • 4 lounges and functions rooms
  • Knights’ hall for up to 100 people
  • Wi-Fi
  • Grab a bite to eat in the restaurant and bistro
  • Relax with a drink in the café bar
  • Play a round of table tennis or a board game
  • Unwind in one of the lounges
  • Hold your own activity evening in one of the function rooms
  • Located on one of the most beautiful stretches of the Rhine in Oberwesel
  • Multi, quad, triple, twin and single bed rooms
  • En-suite facilities
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • 3 restaurants, café, bar and bistro
  • Games room with table tennis, table football, pinball, pool and board games
  • Outdoor chess and sports areas
  • Conference centre
  • Wi-Fi
  • Go for a swim in the indoor pool
  • Grab a drink or a bite to eat at one of the eateries
  • Enjoy a drink in the café or bar
  • Play a game of table tennis, pool and more in the games room
  • Enjoy a game of outdoor chess or make use of the sports areas

Excursions in The Rhineland

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Curriculum Information

Perfect for all ages and stages of 
secondary education

  • Curricular Links
    • Art & architecture
    • Cinema
    • Cultural heritage
    • Education
    • Food & drink
    • Travel & tourism
    • Youth culture

Additional Information

Your journey doesn’t have to end here! See what else we can offer to help you get the most out of your tour. From bespoke language tuition to dedicated Tour Managers, we’ll go above and beyond to support you and your students.

What our customers say

Once again …we were very pleased with our tour

Mr Steve Davies

Beal High School

I have been very impressed with Rayburn for all of the tours we have run.

Mrs Katie Couchman

Cirencester Kingshill School

FAQs about this tour

Find the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

  • Is our Tour Manager fully DBS (formerly CRB) checked?

    Our Tour Managers, Field Study Tutors and History Tour Guides, with UK citizenship, have an enhanced DBS check. Non UK citizenship Tour Managers cannot be checked under the DBS scheme. Rayburn Tours will seek confirmation that Tour Managers are suitable for working with children by liaising with relevant foreign agents and monitoring group feedback.

  • Do you provide risk assessments for hotels?

    Rayburn Tours have individual audits which are completed on every hotel/accommodation centre which we use. We are more than happy for you to see this should you wish. Our audits cover fire safety, means of escape and general safety.

  • Are seatbelts provided on foreign coaches?

    This depends on the country where you are visiting and their local laws. However, we will always endeavour to use coach companies who use coaches fitted with seatbelts.

  • What does our insurance cover us for?

    Our insurance providers offer comprehensive cover to our groups for the duration of their tour and is tailored specifically for schools, with specialist insurance policies for individual tour types. As with any insurance cover, it is vital that you read through the terms and conditions and that you declare any relevant information as requested. Please see our insurance page for further information and to see what is covered. For groups opting to take their own insurance, we highly recommend that you read all inclusions and exclusions prior to departure.

School Language Trips to The Rhineland

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