Berlin Extension

                      Berlin Extension
                      Berlin Extension
                      Berlin Extension

The Concept

Experience Berlin, a bustling modern metropolis with a unique history. Now once again the seat of the German Government, this city is both wonderfully modern yet filled with reminders of its past including the Cold War. Highlights include a guided city tour and visit to Potsdam, the former home of Prussian Kings.

This extension is aimed at German language secondary school students. Students will experience history, a modern metropolis, and gain insight into the German political system.

Itinerary Day By Day


Following breakfast travel by train to Berlin. On arrival enjoy a guided city tour by coach. Highlights include the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, Tiergarten, Unter den Linden, Alexanderplatz and Museum Island. Dinner is included this evening.


After breakfast use your Berlin Welcome Card to explore the city. Suggested visits include the Mauermuseum at former Checkpoint Charlie, the modern Potsdamer Platz and the shopping area around the famous Ku’Damm. Dinner included.


Following breakfast at your accommodation travel by public transport to Potsdam for a half-day guided tour. Your tour includes the old baroque Town Hall, Nikolai Church and the Dutch Quarter. Visit either Sanssouci Palace or the Cecilienhof, where the former allies negotiated the post-World War II order that emerged. Dinner included this evening.


Check out after breakfast, then transfer to Berlin Airport for your flight to Australia, arriving the next day (subject to airline schedules).

Berlin Options:

at additional cost

The Berlin Story

An exciting multimedia journey through 800 years of the Berliner’s history, from medieval times through the dark period of the National Socialist regime, to the Cold War. Includes a visit to an original nuclear shelter.

Museums Pass Berlin

Visit the famous Prussian Cultural Heritage buildings of Museum Island including the Pergamon Museum, Egyptian Museum and Gemäldegalerie.

Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Europe’s largest Jewish Museum presents the panorama of two millennia of German-Jewish history, its cultural achievements, and its horror. Opened in 2001, the museum sets a 21st century benchmark for museums.

  • 3 nights' hostel accommodation with breakfast and dinner
  • Train sector fare Munich - Berlin
  • Half day guided city tour by private coach on arrival
  • 2 Day Berlin Welcome card zones ABC
  • Coach transfer Berlin accommodation - Berlin Airport
  • Half day guided city tour of Potsdam
  • Entrance to either Sanssouci Palace or Cecilienhof