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You have chosen to discover German and you know very well that to learn a foreign language also means getting to know the culture associated with it. What could be more interesting then than to learn German outside of class with native speakers? Therefore, opt for a stay with a host family. Situated around 45 minutes away from the school, these families offer you a choice between a single and double room (to share with a friend or another student of the school). You will benefit from half-board and will share meals and a bathroom with the members of the family.
Hostel (from 18 years)
If you want to enjoy some independence while staying social, this hostel is just what you need. You’ll stay in a single room with private bathroom, TV, bed linen and towels. Wi-Fi is free and some computers are also available in the lobby. A breakfast buffet is included in the price, but you can use the common kitchen to cook your other meals. The laundry facilities are coin operated, the reception is open 24/7 and the language school is only 20 minutes away by public transport.
Located in a lively student living area of Frankfurt, this residence offers one-bedroom apartments with private bathroom and fully equipped kitchenette. Bed linen and towels are provided upon arrival (but not changed during the stay). The laundry facilities have an extra cost, as well as the housekeeping service, while Wi-Fi is free of charge. You’ll be close to a shopping mall and to the major train lines – and the language school is 30 minutes away by public transports.
Cultural Frankfurt ? Evidently, being the birthplace of Goethe and housing the excellent Städel museum. Unusual Frankfurt also, with the discovery of the city from the Commerzbank, the highest commercial tower in Europe. Exotic palm groves, a car factory, an airport and other curiosities, all to be discovered from 200m above the ground. Frankfurt belongs to the Rhine-Main agglomeration along with Aschaffenburg, Bavarian Nice, Darmstadt, « city of science », Mainz, ancient Roman town and Wiesbaden, thermal spa town. You won’t get bored in this region. At the weekend, you will be able to go on an excursion to Würzburg and its Residence, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or Heidelberg, where you cannot miss out on seeing the ruins of the majestic romantic castle. This is a language study stay at the very heart of Europe and the German culture.