Deutsch-Institut Tirol

Address

State: Tyrol
Zip-Code: 6370
City: Kitzbühel
Street: Jochberger Straße 120

Contact

Phone: +43 664 4334486
Fax: xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Office hours: Monday - Friday: 13.00 p.m.-18.00

Map

Courses

Course Level Targetgroup Groupsize Units Price Begin End
group course B / A Adults 2 - 6 Persons 20 € 490 1/4/2021 12/24/2021

All 1 courses

Location

The school is situated in a beautiful leafy lane, a 15 + minute walk from Kitzbühel town centre, with spectacular views of the mountains on all sides. It is well connected with Munichs, Innsbrucks and Salzburgs airports (there are regular taxibusses direct to your accommodation). Good standard accommodation is available in nearby friendly pensions. No commuting!!! Kitzbühel is a beautiful, medieval town with famous après ski bars and restaurants, which offer a unique atmosphere all year round. It has all the nightlife and shopping advantages of a city, with none of the disadvantages of traffic, pollution or street crime.

Information

Our Strengths: an idyllic area, very friendly atmosphere, very small classes, rapid improvement in German at a very competitive price, every day there is one or two freetime activities, we have 5 months of skiing in a large ski resort with 250 km pistes, May-November almost every other sport and cultural trips are available, accommodation is very close to the school (0-5 minutes walk),
very little crime in Kitzbühel.

The school is open all year round for all age groups from 18 to over 80. Students can study at any time and for any length of time (minimum one week). The average class size is 2-3, max. 5 students per class. We have classes for
every standard, and varied freetime activities: from skiing to hiking, swimming and cultural exkursions with a social programme.

Brochures are available in the following languages

Deutsch
English

Activities

1. WITH A TEACHER:

Our daily freetime programme accompanied by a teacher is very popular with our students and an important part of the total immersion process, in addition to the morning lessons. You learn German while you ski, chatting to the teacher and to other students and while you hike, or take a coffe or a beer break. We have no difficulty offering a varied freetime programme in this area of outstanding natural beauty: skiing/snowboarding from the end of November until the first week of May, and hiking, swimming, mountain biking, cultural exkursions from May to November. In addition, there are evening lessons twice a week, and social German can be improved during our evening social programmes which take place three times a week.

Whether we spend the time sunbathing or swimming in the natural lake and enjoying the beautiful views, or getting fit hiking up the Hahnenkamm mountain or drinking coffee on a terrace in the pedestrian area of the picturesque town centre, you can`t help enjoying Kitzbühel. To skiers it needs no introduction: the World Cup downhill race, slalom and super G take place here every January, and the 250 km of skiing are both a challenge and a pleasure. Golf and tennis tournaments round off the international attractions.


2. WITHOUT A TEACHER:

there is plenty to do outside of the organised freetime programme. Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, tennis, golf (4 courses), mountain biking, horse riding, paragliding, squash, concerts, museums, bars, terraces, night clubs, casino, cinema etc.


Excursions:

Kitzbühel is about an hour by car from Salzburg and Innsbruck and about 90 minutes from Munich. From May to November we make weekly trips to one of these towns to enjoy the galleries, museums and exhibitions there, and to see and enjoy the towns themselves.