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did deutsch-institut newsletter 04|14
Study Destination Vienna | Easter Special | Activity Program for Juniors | Students' Corner
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In the March news­let­ter we re­por­ted about Frank­furt am Main in con­nec­tion with theNew York Times series “52 Places To Go in 2014.” The met­ro­pol­is on the Main River oc­cu­pied 12th place in the rank­ings. Not quite as high, in 46th place, was the Aus­tri­an cap­it­al city of Vi­enna. Re­gard­less of its 46th place stand­ing, the cap­it­al city on the Danube has a tre­mend­ous amount to of­fer this year.

New York Times In 2014, there are sev­er­al an­niversar­ies that have a close con­nec­tion to Vi­enna, from 200 years of the waltz to the 75th an­niversary of Sig­mund Freud’s death to the out­break of the First World War in the pre­vi­ous cen­tury. In ad­di­tion to these events, the New York Times re­com­mends the almost 450 balls of the sea­son as well as the art in pub­lic spaces – an ideal city for those who hun­ger for his­tory and cul­ture.

Of course, there are also the clas­sic sight­see­ing high­lights which make a vis­it to the Aus­tri­an cap­it­al city un­for­get­table: the Prater (park) with its gi­ant Fer­ris wheel, the Hof­burg Palace, the state theat­er and of course, the Castle of Sis­si - Schönbrunn. Vi­enna is an es­pe­cially won­der­ful travel des­tin­a­tion in the sum­mer, which is why we of­fer our Junior Residence Course there at that time of year.

Along with ac­quir­ing the lan­guage, young people between the ages of 14-17 will be­come ac­quain­ted with all the well-known places in the Aus­tri­an cap­it­al city and ex­per­i­ence the beauty of Vi­en­nese art, ar­chi­tec­ture and cul­ture. Youth are housed in a com­fort­able double or 4-bed room in the same fa­cil­ity in which their Ger­man courses are held. In this way, lan­guage hol­i­days be­come cul­ture va­ca­tions!

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Vienna Junior Residence Course
Easter Special Activity Program for Juniors Students' Corner
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our Easter Special!

Chil­dren in Ger­many look for­ward with great an­ti­cip­a­tion to the East­er cel­eb­ra­tions each year and es­pe­cially to the search for col­or­ful eggs and chocol­ate can­dies, which the East­er Bunny hides for them in the garden. We haven’t made it all the way to the garden, but we would like to sur­prise you dur­ing this time of year with something spe­cial we have pre­pared: If you book a four-week course on East­er week­end – that is, from 18-21 April – we will add to your East­er bas­ket a two-week course ex­ten­sion in a second city free of charge. We wish you a Happy East­er!
Leisure activity program for juniors

Learn­ing Ger­man and at the same time ex­per­i­en­cing sum­mer in Ger­many with all its many fa­cets – our Ju­ni­or Sum­mer Courses of­fer the opportun­ity to do just that. After daily les­sons and in the con­text of our leis­ure activ­ity pro­gram, there re­mains suf­fi­cient time to mar­vel at the his­tor­ic sights, ex­plore pop­u­lar dis­tricts in the city and even play a game of soc­cer with your new friends. Glance over our Leis­ure Activ­ity Pro­gram for Juniors for sum­mer 2014. All of the ex­cursion des­tin­a­tions for your chosen lan­guage course loc­a­tion can be found here.
Students' Corner:
Why Hamburg?

Es­cal­ante from Guatem­ala: "I chose Ham­burg be­cause I have a couple of friends who live here. I think Ham­burg is the most beau­ti­ful city in Ger­many. It is a clean city and there are a lot people from many dif­fer­ent coun­tries. I got to know my two best friends in Ham­burg and also my girl­friend! No doubt: The people that I have got­ten to know in Ham­burg are the most beau­ti­ful people in the world. Ham­burg is a per­fect place to learn the Ger­man language but it is also a nice place to live. There are so many things to see and to dis­cov­er." Here
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In 2012, did deutsch-institut was awarded for the fifth time the Study Travel Magazine Star Award in the category German Lan­guage School, just as it was in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011. We thank our partners and customers very much for their support. Info & Video

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