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Learn German with Goethe and Schiller.

Even Schiller and Goethe knew: Weimar is a nice place to live. The small city in eastern Germany is steeped in history and is easy to explore either on foot or in a horse-drawn carriage. Passing the Bauhaus Museum, Goethe House and Schillerhaus.

Youth camps

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Goethe city Weimar Photo: Goethe-Institut

Goethe city Weimar

This is where Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the most famous exponent of the German language, lived. Here you can follow in the footsteps of the great poet.

Dresden – Florence of the Elbe Photo: Getty Images

Dresden – Florence of the Elbe

The city is also known as “Florence of the Elbe” due to its valuable art collections and its baroque architecture.

Leipzig Photo: Colourbox.de/Giovanni


The city is a hub of creativity. It’s little wonder that Leipzig is also known as the city of books and where music has a long tradition.

Further information

Hannah, 23, supervisor on the youth camps Photo: Goethe-Institut/Thomas Koy

“We manage to get along with each other on the courses in a peaceful, happy and tolerant manner – so you think to yourself: it's not that difficult and it must be possible for the rest of the world to manage!”

Hannah, 23, supervisor on the youth camps

Any other questions? +49 89 15921-800 We would be happy to advise you: jugend@goethe.de