August 20, students of our summer language camp visited Munich – the capital of Bavaria and one of the largest cities in Germany (the third after Berlin and Hamburg). He is known for its brewing traditions, and this is where the famous Oktoberfest is held.
Our students took the opportunity to personally meet with the main attractions of the city, stroll through the main square – Marienplatz, witness the new town hall, the Gothic Revival style built. Further, our students walk through the famous royal garden Hofgarten, the oldest in Munich. Excellent weather helped enjoying the picturesque park and allowed making a lot of great photos!
Today MSM counselors told students more about the opportunities of obtaining university degrees in the Czech Republic for free. Students got a chance to find out about the universities in Prague, faculties available and foundation programs, which can help the student to successfully enter chosen University.
This weekend was rather busy and rich for the students of MSM. On Sunday they went on a tour to Karlovy Vary – the famous Czech spa town, which became famous thanks to the curative mineral waters. It is also home to the world-know Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, which is attended by movie stars from all over the world. After guided city tour students got a chance to taste the water from a hot spring and famous Carlsbad waffles.
Staying at summer camp in Prague do not miss the opportunity to explore the nearest European cities! Follow the example of MSM students! Their first weekend students spent in Dresden – one of the most attractive cities in Germany, which is only a few hours’ drive from Prague. Check out our photo report to see it with your own eyes!
Summer camp in Prague is not just language course, but also a fascinating tour! Sightseeing boat trip on the Vltava River after weeks of intense training has allowed our students to enjoy all the beauty of Prague on a sunny Friday afternoon. The cruise offers a unique view on famous Prague bridges, including Charles Bridge, from an unusual perspective. Check it out following the link below.
This time The International Union of Youth carried out a welcome party for its students on a boat. The program and the presenters impressed everybody, all the participants were excited. Moreover, some of them managed to win different pleasant prizes. Finally we all met and became friends, and this is only the beginning of our wonderful summer holiday in Prague!
MSM students went on excursion to one of the most interesting museums in Prague – Technical Museum. The museum exhibits such showpieces as historic engines, automobiles, technological facilities including ancient astronomical instruments. In the twentieth century the National Technical Museum has already earned the status of the best museum in Europe.
Check out our photo report to see how interesting and effectively MSM students spend their leisure time.