Berlin Cultural Tour

4 days / 3 nights

From only £147pp

Overview

4 days / 3 nights From only £147pp

Visiting Berlin is visiting different historic periods in a short time, from a few surviving medieval buildings near Alexanderplatz, to the ultra modern glass and steel structures at Potsdamer Platz.

Berlin is a city with many distinctive neighbourhoods. Students can explore German art, from huge state run collections to the quirky East Side Gallery and discover the growth of the film industry in post-war Berlin.

Its public transport system is very efficient, making it one of the easiest and cheapest cities to navigate with a group of students!

Please note that the pricing doesn't include paid visits.

Thank you for the exceptional quality of support you provide. Every member of your team showed expertise, professionalism and an abundance of enthusiasm!

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What's included in the trip?

  • Return airport transfers
  • Hostel accommodation on B&B basis
  • Students in ensuite multi-bedded rooms
  • Leaders in twin/single rooms
  • 1:10 free leader place ratio
  • Comprehensive travel pack
  • Free itinerary planning and visits booking service

Sample itinerary

  • Day 1

    Group to arrive at Berlin airport. Coach to meet group and transfer to accommodation. Visit Alexandreplatz with entrance to TV Tower for views of Berlin. Welcome meal at local café.

  • Day 2

    Discover Berlin by foot on this 3hr walking tour covering some of Berlin’s most famous sights such as Brandenburg Gate, Holocaust Memorial, Topography of Terror, Reichstag, and Checkpoint Charlie (optional visit to Checkpoint Charlie Museum). River Cruise on the Spree.

  • Day 3

    Visit Museum Island with entrance to Berlin Cathedral. Visit East Side Gallery.

  • Day 4

    Free morning for last shopping before transfer to airport

Accommodation

Enhance your trip

  • Constructed in the late 19th century and designed by Norman Foster, the fame of the Reichstag building attracts thousands of visitors each year – not only due to its eye-catching design, but also the significant role it has played in Germany’s political history.
  • The Bauhaus Museum is a tribute to Bauhaus Art and Design School, which was one of the most influential schools of the 20th century. Displaying hundreds of pieces of art from past decades, this museum is a fascinating visit for all.
  • As one of the largest Jewish Museums in Europe, Berlin’s Jewish Museum designed by Daniel Libeskind is home to countless collections and exhibitions documenting German-Jewish history of past decades.
  • For incredible 360-degree views of Berlin in all its glory there is only one place to go- the infamous Berlin TV tower! From well over 200 metres up you can gain a totally different perspective on the stunning landmarks and attractions that make the city so special.
  • Built in the early 20th century, the Pergamon Museum is the most visited art museum in Germany – and for good reason! For decades its collections and exhibitions have thrilled and educated people of all ages.
  • The central institutions of Nazi persecution and terror were located on these grounds. The exhibition tells the story of these organisations and a guided tour can be arranged.