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/trv/ 2749: I am plaing my next vacations. I have many ideas, but n...

souperphly Avatar
souperphly:#2749

I am plaing my next vacations. I have many ideas, but not much time.
One of my ideas is learn German on Germany or Austria. I have been looking for German schools on internt and I found some intensive course in Munich and Vienna.
I could study from Monday to Thursday and travel on weekends. I have never been in Switzerland and Italy, so this is why I want to make the course in Munich or Vienna. I could also travel to Saltzburg and Nürnberg or maybe Prague and Budapest, but I already have been there.

The course has 4 weeks, then I would have 4 free weekends. I could go to Berna, Zürich, Milan (or Florence) and Amsterdam - Amsterdam because I was one of that 'lucky' guys who lost your luggage at airport and I want to see if I can find it (but after one year I have no hope).

The course would be from 9-12, mo-tu but I have no idea what I could do in Münich or Viena from 12:00 to... midnight for one month. Any sugestions?

kylefrost Avatar
kylefrost:#2755

Vienna is the better city.

ntfblog Avatar
ntfblog:#2756

>>2749
Munich and Vienna are both big enough, so they offer a nice bouquet of activities: cinemas, concerts, museums, sight seeing, drinking, clubbing etc.

Vienna is also very close to Bratislava, which I would recommend to visit if you end up there.

betraydan Avatar
betraydan:#2759

>Munich and Vienna.
Both wrong as the natives don't speak German.

_zm Avatar
_zm:#2761

>>2759
:^)))

nicoleglynn Avatar
nicoleglynn:#2820

>what I could do in Münich or Viena from 12:00 to... midnight for one month.
Study!

Vienna is the better city, also more students and more of the life you are looking for if you do not study after noon.

Bavaria is nice than the area surrounding Vienna, but that is not much good to you, since you don't have a car/time to look around.

murrayswift Avatar
murrayswift:#2827

>>2820
>Study!
Hue. My teacher told me the same thing.
I talked to her and she said me that she never heard about these courses and she don't know if they are good or not. Also, Munich and Viena are expansive cities to live.
So, she recommended me the "Carl Duisberg Deutschkurse", it looks good and there are schools in many cities in Germany.
I still have the problem to see what level I am, they don't have an on-line test. I think that I will try to talk with the school in Köln and then left the couse to 2016.

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