Modern Berlin stands as a center of political power, economic strength, and technological innovation. Germany’s capital is also home to hundreds of galleries and museums, nightclubs that keep famously late hours, old-school brewpubs, and landmarks that commemorate the city’s long history. When you study abroad in Berlin, you can hone your German language skills and delve into local culture in classes at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, or take economics, law, or business classes—taught in English—at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. Spend your summer in the city that served as a muse to Bowie, Einstein, JFK, and Marx, just to name a few.
Study abroad in Germany, and discover historical sites and other fascinating attractions you can enjoy and learn from. Whether you see it in the blush of spring or blanketed with winter snow, Neuschwanstein Castle, the inspiration for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle, will leave a lasting impression. For a trip further back in time, check out the Burg Neuleiningen castle ruins, dating to the 1600s. Feast your eyes on the extravagant palaces and gardens of Potsdam, where Prussian kings constructed a Baroque playground. Step into Cologne’s grandiose Kölner Dom, the tallest twin-spired cathedral in the world, after admiring it in the city skyline. In Berlin, Germany’s internationally loved capital, live at the intersection of turbulent history, cultural experimentation, sleepless nightlife, and an exploding start-up scene. In Munich, see the decadent interior of the 18th century Asam Church, surf the man-made Eisbach wave in the Isar River, and lounge in the green oasis of Luitpoldpark. In Hamburg, take a romantic walk across canal bridges, see a show in the recently opened Elbphilharmonie concert hall, and experience the annual Port Anniversary Festival on the River Elbe. Wherever your German adventure takes you, you’ll find something to delight all five of your senses. Germany boasts some of the most beautiful natural scenery in Europe, from rugged mountains to lush green hills and valleys. Hike through the famous Black Forest to experience a fairy-tale atmosphere both mysterious and enchanting. Explore the Bavarian Alps on skis, on foot, or with a snowboard. Follow the Rhine River, a longtime key landmark, as it winds past old fortresses, storybook castles, fertile vineyards, and charming small towns. Trek through the Berchtesgaden National Park to the serene and secluded Obersee Lake for a perfect afternoon in the mountains. Go for a stroll through breathtaking wilderness on the Gorge Walkway in Garmisch-Partenkirchen ski resort. Swim in the azure blue waters of the Blautopf swimming hole in Blaubeuren. Go sailing off the coast of Kiel, in the Baltic Sea. Visit Munich’s Botanical Gardens next door to the gorgeous Nymphenburg Palace and step into the greenhouse complex for a taste of the tropics in the middle of Europe.
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