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An itinerary chock full of highlights from all categories: history, business, media, technology – something for everyone
The students explore the city on their own with a classic scavenger hunt, equipped with a map and a list a questions. Optional add-ons available for an additional charge: a high-tech smartphone city rally, or a guided city tour.
The next day takes you to one of Cologne ‘s premier museums, e.g., the Römisch-Germanisches Museum, Kölnische Stadtmuseum (Cologne Municipal Museum), or the National Socialism Documentation Centre (some museums might incur an additional charge); or visit a TV Studio.
The 3-day programme plus another day: An excursion away from Cologne, a day-trip to Bonn, Germany’s former capital. Included is a guided tour of the Federal Ministry or the House of History. Also included is a physics or chemistry workshop at the Deutsches Museum Bonn. Optional add-on for additional charge: A visit to Phantasialand Amusement Park.
The 4-day programme plus another day: Explore the exciting world of air traffic with your group at Airport Köln Bonn. This guided tour takes you right into the heart of some of the most hidden airport goings-on like aircraft maintenance, noise control, security, and many others. Get all your questions answered.
The number of managed programme days can be changed as per arrangement with the hostel.
The hostel is easily accessible by local transportation. For your group arrival and departure, we gladly recommend a reliable coach operator.
Off -Peak 2017
9 January – 26 February, 2017
27 February – 31 December 2017