PDK’s Germany tour offers a perspective that looks, not only upon the sights and culture of the country, but goes deeper into the heritage and legacies that history has instilled upon it.
Your travels will begin at the PDK main offices in Washington, DC. Take the day to explore the city and meet with PDK staff to learn what we are up to. We will board our plane as a group and wake up in Munich. During our five days in Munich, we will explore the Eagle’s Nest, Salzburg, Dachau, BMW museum, and a local school. We will then travel to Berlin, and spend four days exploring the city, traveling to Potsdam, the Wannsee Conference Museum, and the Cecilienhof Palace.
The trip will blend professional development, cultural experiences, and historical perspective through a WWII lens. This tour is offered in conjunction with EF tours, an international education tour group that has managed previous PDK trips.
The price for the trip is $4,295, but the first 25 PDK members to sign up will receive a $1,000 scholarship applied directly to their EF account. A fully detailed itinerary can be found here.
Enrollment begins February 15. To enroll, please call EF representative Alexa at 617-619-1467 or go to http://www.eftours.com/tour-website/1964062JJ.
NOTICE: Travelers MUST register with the name that appears or will appear on their passports. Name changes will result in a minimum $200 fee, in addition to any costs incurred by the airlines. These costs grow significantly as the departure date draws nearer.
Receipt of the $1,000 travel scholarship is contingent upon PDK membership being in good standing and all payments being made in a timely manner to EF.
Information regarding passport renewals and applications can be found at www.travel.state.gov. It is the responsibility of the participant to obtain the proper travel documents. Neither EF nor PDK International will issue refunds if a traveler does not have a valid passport or visa (non-U.S. citizens) for travel.