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did deutsch-institut newsletter 03|10
Easter Special | Residence Courses | Discover Berlin | Discover Hintersee | Discover Höchst
Happy Easter Friend!

Spending Easter in Germany is a very special experience. Next to Christmas, Easter is the most important holiday of the year. It is celebrated with innumerable traditions and customs. During the hectic, fast paced times in which we live, it is especially meaningful to experience a celebration whose traditions have not changed for hundreds of years.

Easter Special: discover a second destination for free! Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg or MunichOn Easter Sunday, German children search for candy, toys and brightly colored Easter eggs that have been hidden by the „Easter Bunny”. The symbol of the rabbit can be seen all over at Easter time, especially the chocolate variety!

But above all, after a long winter, people celebrate the return of spring at Easter time by enjoying nature and visiting relatives. Come to Germany this Easter and sense the coming of spring!

With our Easter Special, you will have the opportunity to discover Germany as well. In accordance with the saying Sehen, wo der Hase läuft, which means To see how the wind blows, upon booking a course of at least 4 weeks over the Easter weekend you will be given the chance to extend your stay by two weeks free of charge in any of our four year-round locations: Berlin, Fankfurt, Hamburg or Munich.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
 
Summer Residence Courses for Juniors
Starting Dates 2010 Berlin Hintersee Höchst
German Courses
for Juniors


14-17 years
27.06. - 14.08.


12-16 years
27.06. - 14.08.


8-14 years
27.06. - 14.08.

The table gives an overview of the age groups, durations and starting dates. For in­for­ma­tion regarding our Homestay Sum­mer Courses, have a look at the February, 2010 newsletter.
27.06.
04.07.
11.07.
18.07.
25.07.
01.08.
27.06.
04.07.
11.07.
18.07.
25.07.
01.08.
27.06.
04.07.
11.07.
18.07.
25.07.
01.08.
Junior Summer Camp Berlin Junior Summer Camp Hintersee Junior Summer Camp Höchst
Discover
Berlin

Nowhere is learning German more exciting than in Berlin! Berlin is cool and trendy and full of variety so refreshingly different that you must experience it yourself to understand why it attracts so many people. Not only will you experience this fascinating world metropolis firsthand, but you will also have the opportunity to meet people from many different nations and cultural backgrounds.
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Discover
Hintersee

This waterside residence is located in the midst of a captivating natural landscape at the foot of Germany’s third highest mountain. The nearby village of Ramsau offers nice little shops and cafés. In Berch­tes­ga­den, a short 15-minute bus ride away, there is much to see and do: a gondola ride, a journey into the underground world of a salt mine and a boat trip on the world famous lake Königssee.
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Discover
Höchst

Höchst, in the Odenwald mountain area, a romantic town with a population of 10,000, is situated in the middle of the Odenwald, a low mountain range near Frankfurt, and is surrounded by forests, timber framed farm estates and medieval castles. In summer, the place is brimming with life, when young people from more than 60 countries come together in a former medieval monastery to learn German.
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LTM Star Awards 2006, 2007 and 2009

For the third time — following the years 2006 and 2007 — did deutsch-institut has been awarded the LTM Star Award German Language School 2009.

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