Berlin has been home to Alexander von Humboldt, Max Planck, Albert Einstein and many other names representing a great scientific tradition. Today, with countless universities and scientific institutions, Berlin’s reputation as a capital of science is well-deserved.
It is an excellent destination for Biology, Chemistry or Combined Science trips. There is a wide range of museums and guided tours, which are well complemented by practical workshops at Campus Berlin-Buch’s dedicated labs for secondary schools.
Our Suggested Itinerary
Morning flight to Berlin.
Spend the afternoon relaxing in Alexanderplatz, a buzzing square with shopping centres.
Optional evening visit to the TV Tower, for a sunset view over the city.
In the morning, enjoy a guided tour of Berlin Zoological Garden with an expert guide.
Later on, carry out a hands-on Chemistry or Biology experiment in the labs at Campus Berlin-Buch.
In the evening, climb up the spectacular spiral staircase inside the glass dome of the Reichstag Building.
Morning visit to Science Center Spectrum, an interactive museum with more than 150 experiments to explore.
More afternoon labs at Campus Berlin-Buch, followed by an evening visit to the Archenhold Observatory to discover astronomy.
Spend your final morning exploring the steam trains, propeller planes, and ship simulators at the Deutsches Technikmuseum.
Afternoon flight home.
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