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4X-Travel-Special | UEFA EURO 2012 | New series: “My City” | Students' Corner
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Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg... or would you prefer Munich? For those who can’t decide, beginning in Sep­tem­ber you can get to know two exciting cities at once with our 4X-Travel-Special. After your first German course, let us know where you would like to study further and we will pay the train fare to that location via Deutsche Bahn. Learning German has never been more exciting!

did deutsch-institut Berlin Capital city, trendsetter and world metropolis – that is Ber­lin! Here, world-renowned sights await you, such as the Bran­den­burg Gate, the Fernsehturm (T.V. tower), and the Reichstag. Museums and memorials vividly depict the high­lights of Ger­man his­tory, all within walk­ing distance of our modern in­sti­tute in Berlin-Mitte. In the evening, trendy night­clubs invite you to get to know the young, modern side of Germany.

did deutsch-institut Frankfurt The city with the most banks and highest buildings in Europe – welcome to Frankfurt! This metropolis lives by extremes – on the one hand, it is busy and hectic, because it is the most important finance center in the country. But in contrast, right next to the banking dis­trict flows the quiet, melodious Main river with its brid­ges, green spaces and innumerable park ben­ches, which in­vite you to stop and linger awhile. The qual­i­ty of life here is unique!

did deutsch-institut Hamburg Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany and one of the most important harbor cities in Europe, lies in the North. Mar­i­time flair gives distinction to the area with its famous fish mar­ket, the largest harbor festival in Europe, and water all around. These characteristics are responsible for Ham­burg’s second name, the “Ven­ice of the North”. Our Ham­burg in­sti­tute is centrally located in the city cen­ter and housed in a modernized art deco building directly on the Binnen-Alster.

did deutsch-institut Munich Oktoberfest, hospitality and beer gardens – no other city re­pre­sents German culture and tradition better. But Munich has much more to offer than just this: This me­tro­pol­i­tan area lies in the south of Germany near the alps, which, when the view is good, can be seen from there. The lively mega­city is peace­ful enough, however, to relax comfortably in the Eng­lish Garden and indulge in a breakfast of white sausage with a fresh pretzel.

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
Discover our activity programm for the summer
EM 2012 New Series - My City Students' Corner
European Football
Championship 2012

Since the World Cup in Ger­ma­ny in 2006, “Pub­lic View­ing” has stood for a sta­di­um at­mos­phere in the middle of the city. For every major soc­cer event, large and small screens are set up in pub­lic spaces. Even non-fans will be in­fec­ted with foot­ball (soc­cer) fever. In fact, the 2012 Euro­pean Foot­ball Cham­pion­ship will take place in the Ukraine and Po­land, but from June 8 to July 1, Berlin, Frank­furt, Ham­burg and Munich will bring soc­cer to the Ger­man cities through “Pub­lic View­ing”. This way you can watch soccer in real time. You can see here when things get ex­cit­ing. Ex­pe­ri­ence foot­ball fever live!
Series “My City”
in the did Newsletter

Have you always wan­ted to know where true Ber­liners go when they go out, which shop­ping tips a person from Mun­ich would give visi­tors, what sites shouldn’t be missed in Frank­furt and how a true “Ham­burger” says good mor­ning? Then you will be happy about our new inter­view series en­tit­led “My City”. Here, tea­chers from the did deutsch-ins­ti­tut will in­tro­duce them­sel­ves and the ci­ties where they teach did stu­dents from their very per­so­nal per­spec­tives and give valu­able in­sider tips. In the July news­letter our series will begin with “Mein Berlin” from the per­spec­tive of our tea­cher Jörg Schnabel.
Students' Corner
Why Berlin?

Garrett, Nathan and Tim­othy from the Uni­ted States: “Ber­lin never sleeps. You are al­ways safe here and people are open and friendly. If you are in­ter­es­ted in Ger­man his­tory, Ber­lin is the right place to learn more about it. We ex­plored the city with se­ver­al long walks. You can dis­cover so many sites worth seeing: Ale­xan­der­platz, the Hacke­schen Court­yards, the Ber­lin Wall, the East­side Gal­lery and the Ber­lin Wall me­mo­rial in Ber­nauer Street. Of course, you must eat a döner (gyro sand­wich). The most won­derful ex­per­i­ence? Every day brings a new most wonderful ex­per­i­ence!” Read more
LTM Star Awards 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011
In 2011, did deutsch-institut was awarded for the fourth time the Language Travel Magazine Star Award in the category German Lan­guage School, just as it was in 2006, 2007 and 2009. We thank our partners and customers very much for their support. Info & Video

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