School Trips to Aachen
School trips to Aachen are ideal for primary languages and for those who want to visit Germany's Christmas markets!
Charlemagne's imperial capital, Aachen is a historic city. It also boasts the shortest journey times from the UK, which make it ideal for younger groups and those who want to enjoy a short trip to take in a traditional German Christmas market.
School Trips to Berlin
School trips to Berlin are a great option for many subjects and are always popular with students!
The cool German capital is fantastic for a history school trip focusing on the Nazis and the Holocaust or the Cold War.
But did you know that it's also a great option for art, design and technology, German and politics too?
School Trips to the Black Forest
A school trip to the Black Forest offers your students the opportunity to explore one of the most enchanting regions of Germany!
Black Forest school trips are most popular with German school groups who want to immerse themselves in German culture. Your students will love using their German skills to learn all about the traditions and customs unique to this region.
School Trips to Cologne
School trips to Cologne, the capital of the Rhineland, are a great option for a number of different subjects!
Cologne is a great choice for a German school trip designed to immerse students in the language and culture. There are also some fantastic visits here for science school trips. And for those looking for a festive treat, Cologne's Christmas markets are incredible.
School Trips to Düsseldorf
A school trip to Düsseldorf offers students the opportunity to explore the elegant capital of North Rhine-Westphalia!
Düsseldorf school trips are very popular among German school groups, particularly at Christmas. That's because Düsseldorf boasts atmospheric Christmas markets to rival those of nearby Cologne. Your students will love the opportunity to practise their German in a fun, relaxed setting.
School Trips to Frankfurt
A school trip to Frankfurt offers your students the exciting opportunity to explore Germany's most important financial centre!
Frankfurt is particularly popular among business studies groups because this is the economic heart of Germany. And for maths students, the number of financial institutions offers the chance to see real-world applications of mathematical skills.
School Trips to Munich
A school trip to Munich offers your students the exciting opportunity to explore the historic capital of Bavaria!
Munich trips are very popular among German language groups keen to immerse themselves in the German language and culture. They're also popular with history groups studying the Second World War, particularly those looking at the Nazis' rise to power.
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School Trips to Rhine
School trips to the Rhine are ideal for groups interested in using their German skills to explore the culture!
The Rhine is the centre of fairy tale Germany. Here you'll find romantic castles, majestic rivers and charming towns. Many of our groups return to the Rhine year on year, having fallen in love with its unique atmosphere and friendly locals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, absolutely. The destinations listed on our website are only a sample of the different types of school trips we can offer. If you have another destination in mind, simply fill out our enquiry form with all your requirements and one of our Tour Advisers will be in touch with a tailor-made quote.
Yes, all of our trips include comprehensive travel insurance, which now includes Covid cover. This group travel insurance covers individuals needing to drop out of the trip in the following circumstances:
- Because a Qualified Medical Practitioner has diagnosed them as positive for Covid-19 within up to 14 days of departure.
- Because they have been hospitalised due to Covid-19 within up to 28 days of departure.
- Because they have been told to self-isolate by NHS Test & Trace for a period of time that prevents them from taking part in the trip.
The insurance also covers reasonable additional costs of accommodation and flights should an individual contract Covid-19 and have to self-isolate while abroad.
And the policy also covers reasonable additional costs to account for a family member to come across or a group leader/teacher to stay with the individual.
Please contact us for details.
Germany is a year round destination for school trips. Many groups choose to visit in December when the famous Christmas markets take place. This is a particularly good time to visit for language students as they'll be able to use their language skills when interacting with the stall holders.
If your students are studying history then the vibrant cities of Berlin and Munich are ideal in any season. In the summer, many groups choose to visit the Rhine and the Black Forest.
Every trip we organise is unique and your itinerary manager will work with you to understand your curriculum and adapt the itinerary to suit your learning objectives. The itineraries featured on our website are just a sample of the what's achievable within a given timeframe. The trip duration and the activities and excursions can be tailored to your needs and budget.
As a general rule we recommend that you start planning your trip 12-18 months prior to your travel date. This gives you plenty of time to get sign off from senior leadership and to launch your trip in school to students and parents. Planning early will also mean you have a greater choice of accommodation and travel options.
If you start planning your trip later than this, don't worry, it is definitely possible to plan a trip in a shorter amount of time. We're here to support you and we have a selection of templates and useful guides to help guide you and save you time throughout the process.
You can see examples of the types of accommodation we have available in different destinations on the sample trip pages linked above.
All of our accommodation partners have been chosen based on their suitability for school groups. As a member of the School Travel Forum (STF), you can be certain that all accommodation contracted by us complies with local legislation with respect to fire and general safety, is contracted by trained Halsbury Travel staff or reputable agents, receives a standard audit and risk assessment prior to use by Halsbury Travel and receives a supplementary audit if it is used on five or more occasions in a year.
Your Tour Adviser will discuss your accommodation preferences with you when putting together your tailor-made quote and will assist you in choosing the best accommodation for your budget and requirements.
Learn more about our Germany school trips
Activities and excursions in Germany that your school group will love
Why choose Halsbury?
Here are just a few reasons why teachers choose Halsbury for educational school trips that inspire.
School trips designed by teachers for teachers
Originally founded by teachers in 1986, we understand the pressures on you as Group Leader and are here to make the process of running your school trip as easy as possible.
School trips tailored to your curriculum
We'll design your trip around your specific learning objectives and curriculum, to ensure your school trip is a truly educational experience.
Health & safety prioritised
As a proud Assured Member of the School Travel Forum, the health and safety of your group is always our priority.
Support every step of the way
We'll be with you every step of the way, from your very first enquiry until the moment you return home, including 24-hour support while you’re on your school trip.
Financially secure school trips
We're ABTA bonded and all our air tours are ATOL protected, so you can be sure that your school trip is financially secure.
Rewarding loyalty scheme
You'll earn loyalty points from your very first school trip with Halsbury. These can be used towards a discount on your school trip or a free gift for your school.