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Learning German whilst travelling - Bamberg & Berlin

03-18-2008 03:18 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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Two attractive cities for learning German - Bamberg & Berlin

Two attractive cities for learning German - Bamberg & Berlin

A new language program now offers the opportunity to learn German intensively and to get to know two of the main highlights of German history and culture at the same time.

Two German language schools specializing in "German as a foreign language for adults" recently launched their combined programme "Learn German in Berlin & Bamberg".

The participant chooses a German course of 2, 4 or 6 weeks, stays at one location for at least 1 week and then travels on to the next one. The course can begin in either Bamberg or Berlin and start and finish dates can be arranged according to the requirements of the individual.

Why offer a programme like this?
Language students frequently mention that it is often difficult to decide between the "romantic Germany", like the UNESCO cultural heritage city of Bamberg, and the "capital atmosphere" of Berlin.
With this new program neither option need be ruled out.
An alternative to ordinary language courses, this programme could be of particular interest to those who have little time available but nevertheless want to experience as much as possible of Germany. Additional advantages are:
- teaching of the highest standard at both locations
- standardized teaching methods following the European reference framework for languages
- attractive recreational activities included
- a comfortable, direct train connection between Bamberg and Berlin.

The organization and booking is carried out at just one centre. Course prices for 40 lessons within 2 weeks start at 756 Euros, including private accommodation. Course start dates are every second Monday. The detailed programme information is available at

Sprachinstitut TREFFPUNKT
Hauptwachstraße 19
D-96047 Bamberg, Germany
Phone: +49 (0)951 204404
Fax: +49 (0)951 204474
Contact: Alexandra von Rohr, School Director

The TREFFPUNKT language institute is one of the leading language schools specializing in "German as foreign language" in Germany. It has already imparted German knowledge and intercultural competence to several thousand people from all over the world.
In addition it is a service provider to well-known international enterprises and public institutions in the language education of employees. The language institute was founded in 1995, is located in Bamberg/Bavaria and is represented by numerous cooperation partners all over the world. Further information on the TREFFPUNKT language institute is available in this short profile:

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