Berlin is rapidly becoming the new technology hub of Europe. The German capital’s thriving tech scene offers an array of wonders, which create a truly unique travel experience for computer science students.
Combined with some of Berlin’s most inspiring cultural sites, our itinerary provides an exciting experience that your students will never forget!
Our Suggested Itinerary
Flight to Berlin and transfer to accommodation.
Free evening in Alexanderplatz, the site of a massive demonstration against the GDR in 1989.
Optional evening activity: Take in panoramic views of the city from the top of the Berlin TV Tower, the flagship of East German architecture!
Visit the Deutsches Technikmuseum. This hands-on, activity-oriented, fun tour of the cultural history of technology located at the Anhalter freight station is one of Berlin’s former rail depots.
Free time at Potsdamer Platz – an empty wasteland to a popular shopping district, this area is the heart of the city!
Experience the latest in virtual reality and relive the games of your youth or your parents' youth at the Computerspielemuseum.
Admire the murals of the Berlin Wall East Side Gallery, a section of the original wall preserved and painted as an "International Memorial for Freedom" by protest artists.
Join a guided tour of the Berlin Olympic Stadium and former Reichssportfeld, originally built as a Nazi propaganda project for the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
Visit the exhibition rooms of Game Science Center (GSC), the world's first museum of the future, showcasing a lovingly curated selection of innovative technologies and creative projects.
Round off your trip with a group photo in front of the city's most famous landmark - the Brandenburg Gate!
Return flight home.
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