Bad Schussenried is an idyllic and historic monastery town nestled in the beautiful countryside between Lake Constance and the Danube and Iller Rivers. Famous for its natural beauty, cultural monuments and spas, Bad Schussenried is an ideal place for a variety of outdoor activities and excursions, which our language courses take full advantage of.
Nestled between the Neckar River and the foothills of the Odenwald forest, Heidelberg is a university town that will capture your heart. With an abundance of charm and character, Heidelberg has so much to offer from its baroque old town, old bridge and mighty castle to its entertainment, culture and cuisine. Renowned as one of Germany’s most romantic cities, the more you wander around Heidelberg, you’ll uncover more unexpected beauty and heart-stopping panoramas.
Located between the Alps and Lake Constance, Lindenberg is an idyllic town in the Lindau district of Bavaria. Lindenberg is the perfect place for sports enthusiasts with swimming, hiking, mountain biking and horse riding in the Summer, and ice skating, cross country skiing, snowboarding and alpine skiing in the Winter.
A hub of artistic creativity, cultural diversity and remarkable history, Berlin is a hip city with a unique soul. For the art enthusiast, Berlin is the ideal city with its audacious architecture, cutting-edge cultural events and numerous museums, art galleries and theatres. For the history lovers, Berlin is home to many famous historical sites, with the remains of the Berlin wall, the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie, just to name a few.
Known as the Bavarian capital of Germany, Munich is famous for it’s historical charm and stunning architecture dating as far back as the 16th century. Surrounded by sensational mountain scenery, this stylish city is the perfect destination to learn German. Explore all that Munich has to offer in it’s rich culture and vibrant history. Here you can discover why this city is such a hub of tourist activity, from it’s traditional Bavarian cuisine to the amazing tourist attractions including it’s Englischer Garden. Just a short journey from the breath-taking German Alps, Munich is the ideal place to enhance your German if you enjoy outdoor activities as much as experiencing urban life.