Munich Design and Technology

4 days /3 nights

From only £179pp


4 days /3 nights From only £179pp

The Bavarian Capital is a modern, flourishing city with a thriving economy. It is home to several major corporations, including BMW and Siemens, making it a popular choice for Business Studies & D&T student groups.

Munich is easily accessible by both coach and air making it an excellent choice.

What's included in the trip?

  • Return scheduled flights
  • Accommodation on a B&B basis
  • Multi-bedded rooms for students
  • Single/twin rooms for leaders
  • Free itinerary planning and visits booking service
  • Comprehensive travel pack
  • 1:15 leader place ratio

Sample itinerary

  • Day 1

    Flight to Munich. Arrive in Munich. Transfer to your accommodation. Free time

  • Day 2

    Guided tour of the Audi Car Plant. Guided tour of the Allianz Arena (FC Bayern Munich) Free time.

  • Day 3

    Visit to BMW Museum. Visit to Olympic Park. Free time

  • Day 4

    Morning visit to Deutches Museum. Return to UK


Enhance your trip

  • Visit the home plant of the BMW Group which traces back the history of this classic car and how it’s made. Put on your safety goggles and factory coats and watch how giant conveyors lift the 3-series BMW to be welded by computer-controlled robots. This visit is a must when visiting Munich.
  • Munich’s most modern football stadium is the home to Bayern Munich FC. Excellent for architecture and construction engineering groups interested in its unique roof design and interior design.
  • Constructed for the Olympic Games in 1972, its main stadium can house up to 70000 spectators and is topped by the largest roof in the world. Enjoy a spectacular view from the revolving restaurant and observation terrace which tops the 950ft Olympic Tower.
  • Just outside Munich – Audi builds more than half a million cars a year. In the Bavarian town of Ingolstadt, they have built a state of the art car factory, which is the size of a small town. You could combine your half day visit to Audi with an afternoon tour of Ingolstadt town, with its lovely baroque style buildings it is a great place to spend an afternoon.
  • The Siemens Forum is the oldest company museum in Germany and is a showcases for its technology. A guided tour starts with a multimedia presentation followed by a tour highlighting the history, achievements and future of this world famous engineering company. The tour can be themed to cover various topics, such as present day tour, visions for the future or the cultural history of technology.
  • The Deutsches Museum with its branch museums is an outstanding place for communicating scientific and technical knowledge and for a constructive dialogue between science and society. Established in 1903, it is among the world’s oldest museums of science and technology and, with total exhibition space of 66,000 square m², one of the largest.
  • The first “geo-zoo” in the world, boasting roughly 460 species and housing approximately 5000 animals it is one of the most exciting sites in Munich.
  • The museum shows Jewish history, art and culture up to the present day. The holocaust is not the sole focus of this museum making it very different to other Jewish museums round the world.
  • We can offer a variety of themed tours around Munich that covers its cuisine, cultures, arts and architecture.
  • Opened in 1644, this beloved beer hall lives up to its reputation: beer, food, drunken revelry tourists, and oom-pah music.
  • Take a tour around one of Europe’s largest and most successful film studios This was the birthplace of many famous German TV shows and films such as ”Cabaret” & ”The Never-Ending Story”. TV and film fanatics will not want to miss this.
  • The Ayinger Brewery is a brewery in Aying, Bavaria, Germany, about 25 km from Munich. Approximately 10% of Ayinger beers are exported. Ayinger beers have been frequent award winners in international beer competitions.