Optional fee used forBavarian night and visiting Neuschwanstein castle (top destination)
ConfirmationSend copy of the ticket AND pay 50% of the fee in advance
LodgingGym, Hostel, dormitories and tents. Sleeping bag and mattress needed.
Provided mealsBreakfast, dinner
Suitable for disabled participantsNo
Required special equipmentslepping bag, matresses, swimsuit
Languages usedenglish, german
-Visit to the castle and the botanic garden
-City rally "save the prince(ss)"
-Trip to Strasbourg
-Chilling and swimming
-Parties every night
- visit to Neuschwanstein Castle
- Bavarian Night with food
- Bavarian dance workshop
- Trip to three funny named places
- Workshop about how to be romantic
- City tour
- Workshop about beer
- Pub Crawl
- Enjoying Munich night life
- German Turkish Wedding
- Honeymoon to Potsdam castle
- Visiting Reichstag
- Street art tour
- Barbecue at the lake
- City tour
- Berlin night life
Ideal participantCan you stand the German language? Are you intrigued by German culture? Do you believe that „Ich liebe dich“ is nothing but charming? Do you like to find out something new about beer? And do you dare discover other drinks we have? If your answers are yes, than stop reading and start applying!
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AEGEE-Karlsruhe, AEGEE-München & AEGEE-Berlin would like to present you "3 Kingdoms - a romantic/cultural tour through Germany". We will present you the great city of Karlsruhe, the Bavarian capital Munich and the German capital Berlin and we will follow the unknown romantic spirit of Germany. You will discover that Germany is much more romantic than the stereotypes suggest.
You will learn some German, get an insight in Bavarian, Baden and Berlin culture and discover that Germans have quite some humor when it comes to naming their places. We will visit a castle at each location. One of them being the number one tourist attraction in Germany, Neuschwanstein Castle. You will have the opportunity to become an official knight and pursue the most exciting quest of your life to save the prince(ss) to finally live happily ever after! Throughout workshops and competions we will show you the right way to be a real romantic super AEGEEan. Challenges, action, games, lots of fun and new friends are waiting for you!
Karlsruhe The city of Karlsruhe is the smallest kingdom of our journey . All roads in the inner city are focused on the Palace in the center, like the spokes of a wheel, which created a very special layout and led to its nickname “Fan City”. Karlsuhe is located near the French border and combines high-tech industry with old monuments and parks to chill out - a perfect place to discover German culture and lifestyle.Strasbourg Strasbourg, home of the European Parliament and the Council of Europe, is the capital of the Alsace region in France. The beautiful historic city center achieved the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its Franco-German cultural background can be recognized all over the city.Munich Munich is the capital city of Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, behind Berlin and Hamburg. The city's motto is "München mag Dich" (Munich likes you). You will get to know the famous culture of the city and we will show you the romantic spirit of this placePotsdam Potsdam – City of palaces & parks
Potsdam is best known as the former royal seat of Prussia with a number of magnificent parks and palaces. Prussia's splendour and glory, the legacy of Frederick I and Frederick II (better known as Frederick the Great), a proud tradition as a seat of art and science – Potsdam offers a spectacular wealth of culture and history.
The past 300 years have seen the transformation of Potsdam from a garrison town to one of Europe’s most imposing royal capitals. Potsdam’s architectural masterpieces, the 17 palaces that are surrounded by an abundance of landscape gardens lining the banks of the beautiful Havel waterscape have considerably determined Potsdam as Germany's largest world heritage site.Berlin Berlin is the capital of Germany as well as the country's largest city and a cultural melting pot. Being one of the largest cities of Europe at the heart of the continent, Berlin has experienced political turmoil and upheaval throughout the last century mainly due to World War II and the subsequent division of the city by the Berlin Wall. After the reunification in 1990 the city has seen a major influx in cultural life e.g. sporting events, festivals and exhibitions which makes it a unique place holding possibilities for everyone.