Berlin Media & Film Studies

from £345pp

Based on 3 days

Suitable for Secondary Schools


The history of cinema in Berlin goes back to the first moving pictures at the turn of the century and it’s still home to the world’s oldest working film studio!  Countless blockbusters have been shot in and around the city, which hosts an international film festival.

There are exciting opportunities here for Film & Media students, including a tour of a TV & radio broadcaster and a workshop on the power of the press at the outstanding Museum für Kommunikation!  Why not round off your visit with a fun-filled day at Filmpark Babelsberg?

Our Suggested Itinerary

  1. Day 1

    Flight to Berlin.

    Look out for iconic movie locations in the city centre.

    Visit the iconic Brandenburg Gate and the dome of the Reichstag Building.

  2. Day 2

    Go on a journey through film history at the Deutsches Filmmuseum.

    Explore Potsdamer Platz, where each February the red carpet is rolled out for the film festival.

    Take part in a hands-on media workshop at the Museum für Kommunikation.

  3. Day 3

    Delve into the world of broadcasting with a backstage tour of Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg.

    Enjoy the attractions at Filmpark Babelsberg, a movie theme park on the site of Babelsberg Studio.

    Evening flight home.

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Berlin Media & Film Studies

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