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Check out Go2City, the all-in-one travel agency from DJH City-Hostels!

Wednesday, March 26, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: AATG
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, the new all-in-one travel agency by DJH City-Hostels!

Go2City will arrange trips to local venues, contacts, opportunities, and accommodations. It is a one-stop super shop for skill-centered group trips.

What do you want your students to experience in Germany?
  • Performances? – DJH finds local theaters, rehearsal spaces, audiences and stage time.
  • Sports? – DJH connects you to local teams, competitions, and stadiums
  • Music? – DJH knows the right festivals, concerts and local choirs and music groups for your performance 
  • Education? –  DJH has loads of contacts at local schools, universities, and programs.
This in addition to our amazing accommodations in three of the best cities in Germany for student travel: Bonn, Cologne, Düsseldorf!

How the idea for Go2City was born:  “When we speak with teachers about how they choose destinations and programs for their trip, the answer is basically the same:  They build their trips around personal connections.  And traditional tour operators do not provide this type of planning service.  So we realized it is not enough to just offer great and affordable accommodations.  We had to start offering the personal and emotional connections.”  (Rainer Perry, US Representative in NYC for DJH City-Hostels and Go2City).

Book now for summer 2014 and beyond and secure the best options for your student groups.  Contact DJH today for a personalized proposal!
  • Amazing rates starting at € 29.90 per person, including breakfast, lunch, or dinner and all taxes.
  • Three of the best destinations for student travel
  • Free overnight stays for qualified teachers
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