SINCE 1984

School and Study Trips to Berlin
Berliner Informations- und Studienservice e.V.
Fidicinstr. 21 | 10965 Berlin

Tel.: (030) 693 6530


new programmes

  • Tempelhof Airport

    The area of the Tempelhof Airport was once a training ground for Prussian troops. Then in the 1920s Zeppelines took off rom here and the public was treated to death defying aerobatics shows. In1936 the field was transformed int ot he largest inner city airport in Europe. Sadly, further construction by the NS regime saw a concentration camp and barracks for prisoners forced to work in the defence industry being built. Berlin was saved from starvation by the Berlin Airlift 1948/49 with planes using Tempelhof airfield. Recently, the airfield has been a basis for a number of citizen's protests and referendums. Thanks to the efforts of the locals Tempelhof airfield today is a recreational area used by all.
    Please ask us about this tour.
  • Wonderful new Working World – Opportunities, Pitfalls, Dreams and Reality

    Over the past 15 years, our working world has changed dramatically. New forms of employment have replaced the old system of 'normal emplyment' with its clear rules and rights. Most young people encounter this new, complex and challenging work and training situation ill-prepared. We aim to educate students about the realities of todays work environment. We visit factories, union representatives and speak withthe people at work. We examine this highly touted new flexible work style and put together a 'toolbox' for their professional life.
    Please ask about this theme.
  • Houseboats on the Spree

    Maybe this would be an alternative to those sky high rents on land? Learn about the various projects and measures that have beeninitiated in Berlin to combat this problem during our tour on city development.
  • Memorial Bernauer Straße

    We are going to show you another view of life as it was bevor the Wall was built, during the time it was up and after the fall of it.

What's up in berlin?

  • With Tandem Guides through Jerusalem
    Guides with a personal connection to Jerusalem were especially trained to guide visitors through the Welcome to Jerusalem exhibition.

  • An interactive exhibition about the world of espionage
    25 years after the end of the Cold War the "Capital of Spies" finally received the long overdue museum showcasing the shadowy world of espionage.

  • Sculpture near Treptow

  • SONY Center