The Nazis & the Holocaust School Trip to Munich & Nuremberg

Originally founded in the early 12th century, Munich has played a part in all major historical events in Germany and played a significant role in the birth, and subsequent rise, of the Nazi movement. Combine your tour to Munich with an excursion to Nuremberg and your students will stand on the ground where Hitler's attempted coup d'etat and the 1923 party rally occurred. A highlight of a school history tour to Munich is the National Socialism and Resistance Walking Tour - which talks about the rise of the National Socialist party, resistance and how the city of today deals with its Nazi past.

Study Themes: The impact of the Great War and Versailles, Germany and the Weimar Republic, the Beer Hall Putsch, the rise of National Socialism, life under the Nazi regime – repression, prejudice and persecution, retribution and justice – the Nuremberg trials

Specifications & Topics Supported: History: OCR ‘A’ Germany 1919-1945, AQA ‘B’ Hitler’s Foreign Policy and the Origins of WWII

With your Bayern public transport ticket your group could take the train to Nuremberg to visit the Documentation Centre of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds and the Memorium Nuremberg Trials

Day 1

Fly to Munich and transfer to accommodation, visit National Socialism

Documentation Centre

Evening meal
Day 2 National Socialism and Resistance walking tour, followed by Dachau Concentration camp Evening meal
Day 3 Train to Nuremberg -  Nazi Party Rally Grounds and the Memorium Nuremberg Trials Evening meal
Day 4 Transfer to airport and fly back to UK  

This price includes:

  • Return flights UK-Munich
  • ATOL protection on flights
  • 3 nights' half-board accommodation
  • 4 day Bavarian travel pass (covers airports, Dachau and Nuremberg)
  • Free staff place ratio 1:10
  • Detailed information pack
  • Travel and medical insurance including I.P.T. 
  • Airport taxes and air passenger duty at current rates 
  • VAT at current rates to tour operators 
  • Access to the Vamoos App, to download all tour related travel documents
N.B. Activities listed in the itinerary are not neccessarily included in the price. Contact us for further information.
The Nazis & the Holocaust School Trip to Munich & Nuremberg

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Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial

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White Rose Foundation

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Commissioned by Ludwig I, the architect Leo von Klenze designed this Royal square. Constructed in Neo-Classical style, it is home to several museums including, for example; the Glyptothek, which houses a collection of Greek and Roman sculptures. During the Third Reich, this monumental square was used by the National Socialist Party for reunions and deployments.



On 9 November 1923, the Feldherrnhalle was the scene of a confrontation between the Bavarian State Police and an illegal organised march by the followers of Hitler. When ordered to stop, the marchers continued; the State Police felt threatened and opened fire. Sixteen marchers were killed and a number were wounded, including Goring. As a result, Hitler was arrested and sentenced to a prison t...

a&o München Laim

The A&O München Laim offers modern and comfortable accommodation to school groups.

Students are generally accommodated in multi-bedded rooms, with staff in twins or singles. All rooms have private bathrooms with shower and toilet.

A buffet breakfast is available every morning.

Meininger City Hostel München

This three star hostel is located close to the major historical, cultural and architectural highlights in Munich.

Students will be accommodated in multi bedded rooms (maximum of 4 per room) complete with TV and sink, shower/WC and lockers.

Buffet breakfast (“All-you-can-eat”) and evening meal will be taken in the restaurant. The centre also has a games room, lounge and seminar room, internet access and a 24 hour reception.

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