UN SDGs Covered
11

Enrollment
All year round 

Duration
3-7 days

Price
From €299
+ €20 carbon offsetting fee

100%
Carbon Neutral

Multicultural Metropolis

Divided by war and united through regeneration, the German capital is buzzing with innovation, creativity and marks of history, making it an enticing city. On this trip we explore inspirational design and the street art scene, alongside offering active adventures such as kayaking down the River Spree, tackling the issues of plastic waste and sustainability, and serving local efforts through art communities and refugee aid organizations. 

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This CAS Trip integrates the following UN SDGs:

We at CAS Trips strive to develop conscientious young global citizens who experience new cultures and adventures whilst implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals UN Sustainable Development Goals.

How CAS is incorporated into your trip to Berlin

C

Creativity

Street Art Tour & Workshop
Tempelhof Field – Design Project
Improv Theater Workshop
Sustainable Upcycling Challenge
Podcast Workshop

A

Activity

Urban Kayaking
Self-Defense Workshop
Climbing & Bouldering
Salsa Dance Workshop
Bicycle Proficiency & Maintenance

S

Service

Coding Without Borders
Refugee Aid Focus Group
Sustainable Regeneration Workshop
Organic Urban Gardening

C

Creativity

Street Art Tour & Workshop
Tempelhof Field – Design Project
Improv Theater Workshop
Sustainable Upcycling Challenge
Podcast Workshop

A

Activity

Urban Kayaking
Self-Defense Workshop
Climbing & Bouldering
Salsa Dance Workshop
Bicycle Proficiency & Maintenance

S

Service

Coding Without Borders
Refugee Aid Focus Group
Sustainable Regeneration Workshop
Organic Urban Gardening

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Berlin is an absolutely amazing city for everybody to visit. We’ve been participating in workshops with the students where we’ve been trying to think and find solutions for the refugee situation in Berlin and Germany.

Sophie NealeBerlin City Manager, CAS Trips

This is what it really means to empower young people. That they can personally engage themselves [with refugees]. I think this is the most powerful thing we can do for a young man or a woman.

Chu EbenDirector, Refugee Emancipation Project

Overall, I had a great time in Berlin and it was a great experience. If I could, I would do it all over again!

PeterIB Student, The New School, Georgia

Nothing would have been possible without our two CAS guides Kyle and Rob but also Simon, Sophie and Callum from CAS Trips who were working and supporting us behind the scenes throughout this incredible journey. Thanks to them and our school, we created an unforgettable life experience for our students.

Caroline MaitreCAS Coordinator, Al-Rayan School, Ghana

Contact us to find out how CAS Trips can help your students achieve their learning outcomes during a school trip abroad!

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