Learn English or German in the country of innovation
German offers exciting places to explore its culture and history. The camp near Berlin, based on the shore of one of the numerous lakes surrounding the city, is the perfect setting for lots of relaxing educational moments as well as sport activities.
You can also spend holidays in a beach camp at the coast of the Baltic Sea or in historical towns like Cochem or Limburg.
Berlitz International Camps in Germany
Effective learning methods to improve speaking and intercultural awareness, big choice of creative and sports activity, one sightseeing tour Berlin per week , one afternoon per week windsurfing or SUP
Enjoy a big choice of creative and sports activities and visit the Reichsburg castle from which you have a spectacular view.
Big choice of creative and sports activity options including beach activities, swimming, visit water-parc with 40 different parcours, creative workshops and Movie Night, 1 afternoon per week excursion to the Marine Center or climbing or cutter trip
Do you have a creative streak? You'll love our T-shirt design activity. For the adventuresome we offer canoe tours on the river Lahn.
Sailing Camp or Windsurfing Camp or Adventure Camp (archery, canoeing and raft building with rafting competition). Big choice of creative and sports activities like table tennis, basketball, volleyball, swimming.
Learn English - and the world becomes smaller
Communication has always brought people closer together and English has played an important part in doing so. English speakers span the globe. From the UK and Ireland to the United States and Canada and down to Australia and New Zealand, English is spoken as a first language in multiple countries on 3 of our 7 continents.View all English camps ›
German - the language of innovation
Classified as an official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, South Tyrol, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Belgium, it is the most widely spoken language in the European Union.
Did you know that 107 Nobel prizes have been awarded to people from German-speaking countries in the fields of physics, chemistry and medicine alone?
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