Study Abroad in Berlin, Germany - Internship Program

Intern Abroad in Berlin: Cultural Excursions

London, England (2 nights)

Included only for students on the optional AIFS Flight Package

Get to know your fellow students before traveling to campus and take a sightseeing tour with a professional guide who will point out some of London’s famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London. You will also have free time to visit museums, see a play or stroll in London’s beautiful parks.

Includes accommodations, breakfast and sightseeing as indicated. Lunch and dinner are not included.

Baltic Sea (day trip)

Included in program fee.

Visit the adjoining cities of Rostock and Warnemünde in a day trip from Berlin. Rostock has an historic center with Gothic architecture, a medieval Hanseatic League history and one of Europe’s oldest universities. A visit to the Church of St. Mary from the 13th century and to the tower of St Peter from the 14th century offer great views of the city and its history. Only a few minutes away is the busy port of Warnemünde, with access to the beach and boat rides. Finish the day sunbathing on the beach or taking a boat trip on the Baltic Sea.

Includes transportation and guided tour.

Potsdam (day trip)

Included in program fee.

Potsdam is one of Europe’s most impressive royal capitals and visitors are drawn to the many palaces, parks and landscaped gardens that led to the city being awarded UNESCO World Cultural Heritage status. Once a garrison town, Potsdam survived WWII relatively unscathed and was chosen by the Allies as the location for the 1945 Treaty of Potsdam which laid the ground work for the demilitarization, reparation and reconstruction of Germany after the war had ended. The city center itself has a vibrant mixture of restaurants, cafés and bars which together with the stunning architecture and green spaces make it well worth a visit.

Includes transportation and guided tour.

Dates and itineraries for all excursions are tentative and subject to change.