While the majority of activities offered at this camp revolve around the exciting city of Berlin, there are still plenty of other sportive and entertaining things to do in the vicinity of the camp. There will be plenty of moments to practise your German skills outside the classroom with your newly made friends.
- Standard included activities
Every afternoon during the week we propose a selection of activities, ranging from a bike tour to sightseeing in the capital, from visiting Potsdam to playing basketball, not to mention plenty of entertaining evenings to keep you busy!
- Optional complementary activities
Three times a week, afternoons consist of the optional Premium+ activities: Creative arts, Tennis and Football Plus.
- Premium+ Creative Arts
Get your creative juices flowing at this fantastic location! Berlin-Wannsee features weekly art trips to the city while the other afternoons will allow you to express your inner artist.
- Premium+ Football Plus
Improve your footwork and stamina with this dedicated class! Your football coach will help you dramatically enhance your technique and teach you the tactics needed to get ahead of your opponent!
- Premium+ Tennis
Maximise your abilities! Under the guidance of an experienced instructor, you will be coached methods to improve physical and mental techniques to improve your game!
Berlin is a melting pot of the arts, culture, history and green outdoor spaces, making it one of the most compelling and exciting cities in Europe.
- Tropical Islands
Splash about in the largest tropical aquatic park in Europe, featuring a sandy beach, palm trees, lagoon and waterslides.
- Charlottenburg Palace
Visit this 17th century palace that features much baroque and rococo-style decoration as well as impressive gardens.
- Shopping & sightseeing in Berlin
Explore an extraordinary city that boasts a whole host of cultural and historical highlights, not to mention plenty of cool boutiques.
Discover the former Prussian royal home with its castles, splendid gardens and palaces, officially classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Berlin Zoo
Stroll around one of the oldest zoos in Germany (it opened in 1844!) where you will find an incredibly rich and diverse mix of wildlife.
- Tempelhofer Feld
Take advantage of this unique location that provides the local public and tourists alike with 386 hectares of open space as well as a 6 km cycling, skating and jogging trail.