School Trips - Equity History Trips to Germany
Germany's history continues to be an integral part of the curriculum for students and Equity's school trips provide a fantastic chance to further explore this study area. From Bavaria to Berlin, there are plenty of historic sights that bring to life the troubled story of this fascinating country at the heart of Europe.
Why should you consider Equity for School Trips and Educational Visits?
History students have a wealth of material to study across Germany, particularly the events of the 20th Century. Analyse the aftermath of the First World War and its important role in the build up to the Second World War with many excellent museums and memorials.
Trace the development of the Nazi Party, their rise to power and the destructive forces unleashed across Europe. From iconic monuments in Berlin to concentration camps in the countryside, Germany is filled with important reminders of Hitler’s legacy and how Europe and the wider world have been shaped by these events.
Berlin Walking Tour
Explore the rich culture and history of this fascinating city taking in famous sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and many more.
Discover more than two thousand years of German-Jewish history in this moving museum. Browse the collections and develop understanding of the rich heritage as well as the haunting impact of the Holocaust.
The Eagle's Nest in Berchtesgaden
Students can gain a greater knowledge about Hitler and his inner circle at his private summer retreat in Bavaria, a gift for his 50th birthday.
Delve into the dark world of East Germany in the former headquarters of the notorious secret police. This labyrinth of buildings will give students a greater understanding of what life was like under the oppressive regime.
Third Reich Walking Tour - Munich
Learn about the pivotal role Munich played in the development of the Nazi Party out of several other parties in the aftermath of the First World War.
The iconic emblem that divided the city is a must-see, including highlights like the East Side Gallery, the Monument in Memory of the Divided City and the Window of Remembrance.
Dachau Concentration Camp
A deeply important and haunting experience, a visit to Dachau allows students to remember those who died here and to further explore Nazi racial policy.
Checkpoint Charlie Museum
The most famous border crossing between East and West vibrantly brings the Cold War era to life with unique artefacts and exciting exhibitions about escape attempts and front-line security.
What size groups do you cater for?
We have a minimum number of 10 paying passengers but no upper limit. We can split large groups across multiple coaches and hotels as required.
Is there first aid on site?
We believe the travel insurance policy we offer is one of the best available.
Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?
With prior knowledge to booking we can arrange a tour that takes into consideration any students with disabilities.
Here are some other great destinations for your students to discover more about World War 1 and 2, and the Cold War with Equity:
- Auschwitz and Krakow
- Normandy D-Day landings
- Somme and Ypres for World War 1
- St Petersburg for Cold War
- Washington DC for Cold War and World War 2
- Japan for World War 2
Get in touch with us today to learn more about these trips.
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