Germany

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​Destinations:

Berlin:

Berlin became the capital of Germany in 1990 ,only a year after the fall of the wall. Today it’s one of the most visited cities in Europe. Not only because of the history, but also due to its street art, museums, markets, food and nightlife. Brandenburg gate, an 18th century landmark is perhaps Berlin’s most known monument and a must see for any tourist. This 26 meter high landmark is a symbol for peace and unity and can be recognised by the 4 horses on top of it. Another popular destination for both locals and tourists is Tiergarten, a 210 hectares big centrally located park. The iconic Victory Column statue along with Berlin Zoo can be found here.

When you are starting to feel hungry, why not try a typical German Currywurst in one of many traditional sausage stalls, or a pretzel in a bakery.

 

You can’t go wrong when choosing to improve your German in the heart of the country. Learning about the culture of a nation is very useful when learning a new language and the city of Berlin can certainly help you with this.

 

Hamburg:

Hamburg has the most bridges in Europe - 2300 to be precise. This is more than what London, Venice and Amsterdam have combined. Why is this you may wonder. Well, Hamburg has three rivers flowing through the city – Bille, Alster and Elbe. The port of Hamburg is the largest in Germany and there are even 2 artificial lakes within the area. This city is full of water in other words to say the least. This attracts many sailors as well as tourists looking for a relaxing getaway by hopping onboard one of the cruises. A perfect way to explore the city is unsurprisingly through one if its harbour tours so you get a great view of all the sights. Hamburg is home to one of the most popular tourist attractions in Germany, Miniature Wunderland which is a model railway and miniature airport attraction that’s 1,500.M2.

There you can explore many parts of the world in miniature format – a project that took 800.000 hours/17 years to finish.

 

Hamburg is second only to Berlin in terms of population and size, but is still significantly smaller and less crowded hence why it’s a great option if you want to study in a calmer environment.

Munich:

Munich is the capital of the Bavaria region which is located in south of Germany. The city is famous for its culture with over 80 museums and art galleries to explore. There are also plenty of street art to discover while taking a stroll around the city.

If you like beer, then Munich is just for you. Apart from hosting the annual Oktoberfest, the city is surrounded by countless of beer gardens where you can sample traditional German beer. Hirschgarten is in fact the largest beer garden in the world and has the capacity to host 8000.00 people.

Munich is of course also known worldwide for their football club Bayern Munich, which is one of the best teams in the world. The home matches are taken place in Allianz Arena, located approximately 10 kilometres from the city centre.

 

The attractiveness of this city is often concealed by its big brother Berlin, but rest assured that you have made a good choice if you opted for Munich.

 
 
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DID Berlin

DID Deutsch Institut Berlin can be found in the district of Berlin Mitte, a central borough of the city. The famous Brandenburg Gate is only a 15 minute walk away from the school. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes around the area including other useful amenities. This institute has 15 spacious classrooms, a computer room, a cafeteria with vending machines for snacks and drinks, and a lovely roof terrace. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the building.

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* General German

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DID Hamburg

DID Deutsch Institut Hamburg is located in a beautiful Art Deco style building very close to Alster River and the Jungfernstieg promenade. A perfect location to explore Hamburg after your studies.

The school has 6 spacious classrooms, a study centre, a cafeteria with vending machines for snacks/drinks and a large roof terrace where you can enjoy a fantastic view over the Alster Lake. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the building.

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Courses:

* General German

*University Pathway Programme

*Online Classes

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DID Munich

DID Deutsch Institut Munich is located just a few minutes away from Stachus, also known as Karlsplatz which is a well known central square in Munich. The main train station is in the area as well which makes moving around the city easy.

 

This language school has 11 spacious classrooms, a computer room, a study centre, a cafeteria with vending machines for snacks/drinks and a large roof terrace with a table-tennis table. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the building.