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did deutsch-institut Berlin

Looking at the Berlin Wall today you can hardly guess its former meaning. Years ago the colorfully painted concrete wall divided the two German states and, thus, almost all of the world. But since the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, Berlin has developed rapidly and became a true metropolis. The impressing government district with its new Reichstag dome, the many trendy boutiques, the lovely restored backyards in Prenzlauer Berg, the Holocaust Memorial, Potsdamer Platz, Museum Island. And even at the Berlin Wall today you make friends from all over the world. Turn your language vacation with us into a unique and memorable experience – discover an exhilarating worldmetropolis – explore the German capital!

did deutsch-institut Frankfurt

You like discoveries and surprises? Then come to Frankfurt – a city that will astonish you in every respect. Because Frankfurt means contrasts, clichés and exaggerations. Of course Frankfurt is rich and elegant, busy and hectic - it is the home of the German Stock Exchange and also the most important financial city in the Federal Republic! Skyscrapers everywhere, everything bright and shiny – America in the middle of Europe… Behind the glamorous skyline you will find many theatres, museums, galleries and… clubs! Do you want to dance all night in Moon13, the former-world-famous Cocoon Club of DJ Sven Väth? Many clubbers come from Berlin and London for having fun here.

did deutsch-institut Hamburg

Regardless of the fact that Hamburg is quite distant from the open sea, life in Germany’s second largest city is determined by water. Two large artificial inner-city lakes, the Inner Alster and the Outer Alster as well as numerous crossing canals form Hamburg’s inner city structure. Therefore the hanseatic metropolis has a maritime flair which is unique in Germany and a reputation for being the Venice of the North. Everywhere in the city it becomes obvious, how much people here enjoy life on the waterside – on the traditional fish-market where early risers and tourists taste the delicacies of the North Sea as well as in the bars on the banks of Elbe river, where in the evenings the party crowd settles in beach chairs for barbecues and picnics.

did deutsch-institut Munich

Oktoberfest and beer-gardens, Lederhosen and Bavarian brass music… no other city is a better example for German tradition and culture than the Bavarian capital. When you come here you will be sure: it is here where the German Gemütlichkeit was invented. And it certainly is something special to enjoy Bavarian Weißwurst and pretzels in the world-famous English Garden – if the weather is nice you even see the Bavarian alps in the distance. But not only here the third largest German city with its 1.3 million inhabitants will impress with its warmheartedness and joy of life. With 10 universities and more than 80.000 students it is no problem to be a young and lively city!

 

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