This jam-packed, 5-day Business in Munich tour gives students a taste of German city life, as well as insight into the workings of both German businesses and global corporations. In addition, they’ll get the chance to see some of the most famous spots in Munich, providing them with a well-rounded, exciting, and informative adventure.
At a glance:
Day 1: Bike tour, Old Town Munich, Viktualienmarkt
Day 2: Großmarkthalle Market tour, local company visit
Day 3: BMW Factory tour & BMW World visit, Munich Olympic Stadium tour, pretzel-making class
Day 4: Neuschwanstein Castle, Hofbrauhaus Munich
You can find more detailed itinerary information on the Business in Munich tour below. All our school trips are fully customisable to the needs of you and your students.
*Prices based on groups of 20 students and 2 free teachers.
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✓ All accommodation costs
✓ Full board meals for the entire trip
✓ All transportation costs, including airport pick-up and drop-off
✓ All activities listed in the itinerary
✓ 1 free teacher per 10 paying students
✓ 24-hour emergency contact support during the trip
✓ Detailed pre-departure summary & briefing
✓ Full financial failure protection
✓ Public liability insurance
✓ Our trips are fully risk-assessed
Day 1: Welcome to Munich!
Arrive at Munich Airport, and then your adventure begins! You’ll transfer to the centre of Munich, where you’ll drop your bags before you head out for the afternoon. We’re taking you and your students on a guided bike tour around to introduce you to your home-from-home. On the tour, you’ll take in all of Munich’s major sites, including the Old Town, the English Garden, and the Viktualienmarkt – a market filled with gourmet food and souvenirs.
This evening, you’ll sit down for a welcome dinner.
Day 2: Inside Großmarkthalle
To kick off your first full day in Munich, you’ll pay a visit to Großmarkthalle market. This wholesale market hall has been open since 1912, and is widely considered one of Europe’s biggest markets. They get fresh shipments of food and flowers from across the world every day, and the place itself as known as ‘the belly of Munich’. You’ll take a guided tour, where your local guide will fill you in on the history of the market, insight into the traders, and what the future of the market in Munich might look like!
In the afternoon, it’s off to get your first fill of business. You’ll visit a local company, where students will be able to talk to the staff, learn about their history, and get a glimpse into how business theories and ideas are applied in real-life situations.
Day 3: Sports Cars, Sports Stadiums
It’s a full day today, as you’ll be off to the BMW Factory first thing. Students will take a tour around the factory, where they’ll find out how the German car giant produces all their famous cars. Then, they’ll head to BMW World nearby, which holds a selection of some of the world’s best cars – all BMWs, of course – on show.
After this, students will be heading straight to Munich’s Olympic Stadium – the site of the 1972 Olympics! They’ll take a tour of the stadium, learning all about how it was built and the history of the games it held. Then, if you’re feeling brave, there’s even an opportunity to head onto the roof to do the Flying Fox – the zipline that runs from the very top of the stadium!
Once your stomach’s settled, it might start rumbling. We’ll fix that this afternoon, because your students are heading to a traditional pretzel-making class to get to grips with the Germany culinary scene.
Day 4: Neuschwanstein Castle
Today, students are heading to one of the must-see sights in Germany – and indeed, one of the most Instagrammed! They’re taking a trip out to Neuschwanstein Castle. This 19th-century palace takes them out of the city and into the hilltops of southwest Bavaria. They’ll take a tour around the castle, where they’ll learn all about its history and inhabitants, and can take in the spectacular views of the mountains and lakes around it.
After you’ve all arrived back in Munich, it’s time for one last dinner. You’ll eat at the traditional Hofbrauhaus Munich, complete with an Oompah band.
Day 5: Time for Home
Before you head back to the airport, you’ve got time this morning for a last-minute shopping trip to Viktualienmarkt, where you’ll also get a chance to grab a final lunch in Munich. Then, it’s time for home, because your Business in Munich tour is at an end!
Grasp the importance of the car industry in Germany and the global economy.
Recognise Germany’s global impact and its involvement in international trade.
Understand the German approach to the workplace and work/life balance.
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