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Hockey Tours in Germany

Germany is one of the sport's top European nations which brings you great hockey and a wonderful cultural experience for your club or school.

A hockey trip to this country offers you and your team a great opportunity to build on hockey skills, have international friendly matches and get to know a new culture.

You could choose to visit Cologne and Dusseldorf or Frankfurt and on the same trip travelling either by coach or flying or also other destinations like Hamburg, Berlin or Munich. There are many options available to better suit your needs.

A fact to keep in mind is that their men's and women’s team are one of the most successful in the world, ranked 5th (men) and 6th (women) in 2018. You can expect a strong tradition in hockey and high standards of organisation and facilities!

For more information about Hockey trips in Germany or any other destination please email us.

Sample Itinerary -

Day 1

Travel by coach to Cologne with a potential stop en-route. Accommodation check in (suitable youth hostel or hotel) and a boat trip on the Rhine.

Day 2

Morning: Self-led hockey training session or be coached by a German coach at the magnificent Warsteiner HockeyPark (located an hour west of the Rhine; capacity of 9,000)

Afternoon: First match against local opposition followed by guided tour of Dusseldorf and return to Cologne.

Day 3

Morning: Visit the Cologne Cathedral and The German Sport and Olympic Museum.

Afternoon: Second match against German opposition, walk around the old town to grab some souvenirs and taste some typical German food.

Day 4

Spend half a day at Phantasialand Theme Park and arrive home by night or spend a full day at the theme park and catch the ferry from Calais through the night or stay an extra night in Cologne and return the next day.

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Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg)

The Elbphilharmonie Hamburg is truly building of superlatives and has set itself the goal of becoming one of the ten best concert halls in the world. The fact that it has the best chances to get there is not only due to the spectacular architecture, but also to the unique acoustics.

The Hamburg Fish Market

Half the jungle is sold here directly in the pot and from lorries, bananas fly through the air, plastic bags full of sausage go for a ridiculously low price, you have to experience it (and it's worth getting out of bed early once to do so)!

Munich’s green oases

Explore one or all of Munich’s green oases such as The hilly Olympiapark, idyllic Luitpoldpark or picturesque Westpark.

Olympiastadion Stadium Tour (Berlin) 

Visit the famous Berlin Olympic Stadium, home of the 1936 Olympics, for an escorted one-hour tour (Capacity of 74,475).

The Holocaust Memorial (Berlin)

Close to the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag is the impressive memorial to the fallen Jews. Walking amongst these towering blocks of varying heights on undulating ground certainly provokes thought and reflection.

The Wall (Berlin)

There are traces of the wall throughout the city, and it is possible to follow for much of its length marked by brass studs set in the pavement.

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