Cologne, a 2,000-year-old city spanning the Rhine River in western Germany, is the region’s cultural centre and an ideal destination for a school trip. As a city with a fascinating history and splendid High Gothic architecture, Cologne offers a wonderful wealth of educational visits.
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The Cologne-Deutz Youth Hostel is a 3-minute walk from the Köln Messe/Deutz train station and one and half kilometres from Cologne Cathedral. It offers airy, dormitory-style rooms with en suite bathrooms and desks. There is a dining area, TV lounge, bistro and a disco room.
Arrive at Cologne/Bonn Airport. Make your way by public transport to your accommodation. Afternoon guided walking tour of Cologne city centre. Afterwards free time to explore Cologne. Enjoy dinner in a traditional German restaurant.
Walk across the river to visit Cologne Cathedral. Then make your way along the river to the chocolate museum. Visit the NS-Dokumentationszentrum or the Cologne Stadtmuseum. Evening meal at your accommodation, then enjoy an evening of bowling.
Time to do some last minute shopping before catching your flight home.
Language lessons can also be arranged. Please ask for more details.
Alexandra, Head of Physics, Alleyn’s School London
Patrick, History Teacher, Hampshire.