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did deutsch-institut newsletter 07|10
200 Years of Oktoberfest | Photo Gallery | Group Stays | did Photoblog | Students' Corner
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Beer gardens, lederhosen and polka music... no other city represents German tradition and cul­ture better than Munich. Those who have visited before know: This is where typical German Gemütlichkeit was invented! And this year it is particularly worthwhile to travel to Munich. In 2010, the Bavarian metropolis has a lot to celebrate: 200 years of Oktoberfest!

Let's go to Oktoberfest!Oktoberfest took place for the first time on October 17, 1810 and is today one of the largest folk festivals in the world. Year after year, it is attended by more than six million people. The residents of Munich also call Oktoberfest Wiesn after the place where it is held, the Theresienwiese.

If you would like to combine your German course with a visit to Oktober­fest, you shouldn't wait too long to decide: Courses and accommodations are often sold out well in advance. Beginners with previous knowledge can start every Monday. The dates for absolute beginners can be found here.

Because of did deutsch-institut's central location near the central sta­tion, all of the important sites and the festival grounds them­selves can be easily reached from the school. The exact train and bus lines, as well as the layout of the festival tents, can be found in the Oktoberfest flyer.

Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@did.de
Let's go to Munich.... to Oktoberfest!
Individual Group Stays The did Photoblog Students' Corner
Group Stays

Planning a study trip to Ger­many with your class? Great, because with or without lan­guage in­struc­tion – through us, the trip will be an un­for­get­ta­ble experience! We will assemble a program ac­cord­ing to your own personal wish­es: You can com­bine lan­guage instruction, ac­com­mo­da­tions, free-time ac­tiv­i­ties and excursions, as you so desire. In the various course locations almost no wish goes unfulfilled: Berlin, Frankfurt, Heidelberg... and many other amazing cities. Read more
Join in with the
did Photoblog

As a language course par­tici­pant at did deutsch-institut, you not only learn a lot, but also experience a con­sid­er­able amount in Germany too! Hold on to your memo­ries and allow your friends and family to take part. On the Photoblog sites for adults, you can keep your loved ones at home up-to-date with your ongoing ad­ven­tures in Germany. And our younger participants can also record and preserve their activities and ex­pe­ri­enc­es on the Photoblog sites for juniors.
Students' Corner
Why Berlin?

Aurelie from France: „I want­ed to learn the German language for my career and did deutsch-institut seemed to me to be the best language school in Berlin in which to learn German. In Berlin, you are in the middle of the German culture. The va­ri­ety, the historical background and the many activities were especially appealing to me. I have experienced an in­credi­ble amount of German cul­ture and so I am taking home a fairly good im­pres­sion of the capital city Berlin.” Read more
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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