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Frankfurt, located in the center of Germany, is the home to the EU Bank and thus the financial hub of Europe. Frankfurt was almost made Germany's capital in 1949, but instead it became a financial metroplis full of modern buildings with an active social and economic life.
The old part of the city is quite a contrast, with cobblestone streets full of typical houses, welcoming cafes and elegant bars to taste wine or the special local cider. Rich in culture, the city has an excellent selection of theater's galleries, museums, zoo and botanical gardens. Paulskirche (St Paul's church), was the first parliament and Goethe was born and lived in Frankfurt for 26 years.
The German school is located in the heart of the city in Sachsenhausen, Frankfurt's prettiest neighborhood. It has study rooms with pedagogical materials, a multimedia lab with seven computers, a cafeteria with Internet, Wi-Fi for laptops and cable Internet and a student secretary.
General German Course
This is the typical choice as the student who stays with a host family can continue to learn in a relaxed and informal environment after class and live as a new member of the family.
Take advantage of the apartment option and share a room with one person, a family or other students. You will have a single room; the kitchen and bathroom will be shared with other German students.
If you want a greater degree of independence, the best option for you is staying in youth hotels. There are different price ranges so as to adapt to the needs of each student.
The school organizes a varied and interesting cultural program for your time outside of class. Frankfurt is surrounded by interesting places to see and things to do! Along with the neighboring cities of Aschaffenburg, Darmstadt, Mainz and Wiesbaden, Frankfurt in the Rin-Mena area, is the fifth largest city in Germany. In our trips to Mainz you can see the stamp the Romans made on the city and learn more about Johannes Gutenberg, who invented the printing press in the city back in the 15th century.
In the Wiesbaden casino you can visit the place where Elvis Presley lost his fortune and in Frankfurt we will show you Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's birth house. We'll also show you, amongst other works, a portrait of the well known German author which is housed in Frankfurt's Städel Art Museum.
Frankfurt has more to offer than art and culture, enjoy a view from 200 meters above the city's rooftops, visit the Commerzbank tower - one of the tallest office towers in Europe where you can see the exotic Palmengarten, Opel manufacturing workshops, Frankfurt airport and many other monuments and sights which you can discover with us.
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