Berlitz Holiday Camp Trier

Overnight Camp
English Camp
7 - 17 years
Fun & Action
Römerstadt-Jugendherberge Trier

Language camp Trier: fun and action on the Moselle

At our English camp in Trier, one thing is first and foremost: having fun while learning a language. According to our Berlitz method of "learning by speaking", we focus primarily on hearing and speaking the foreign language. Kids will immerse themselves deeply in English – all without any tests or memorizing vocabulary.

Improving English skills at Trier language camp with Berlitz

Our holiday camp in Trier combines English lessons in the mornings with a varied leisure program in the afternoons. During lessons, the focus is on creativity: for example, kids will write content for our camp magazine, draw and describe their own pictures, or act out fairy tales in English. That way, we teach kids to enjoy the foreign language through play.

Learning English during the school break? That’s not a problem with our Berlitz English camps! Unlike school lessons, the aim here is not to teach as much material and grammar as possible. We use the Berlitz method of "learning by speaking", i.e. as much active speaking as possible. We offer kids:

  • Lessons five mornings a week (4 x 45 minutes each)
  • Kids are encouraged to actively use English in small groups.

On the day of arrival, we’ll assign kids to learning groups according to their age and previous knowledge.

Learning can be fun: fun and action at the Trier holiday camp

At Trier language camp, our motto is "learning by doing". After the morning language classes, we continue speaking in the foreign language. Together, we get to do a whole bunch of great activities: scavenger hunts, excursions, and exciting team challenges. Our program is versatile and fun. We only use German for safety instructions or in emergency situations.

Afternoons are filled with lots of action, no matter the weather

Whether it’s sunny, windy or rainy: there’s always something going on at the Trier holiday camp in the afternoons: those who like sports can let off steam by playing volleyball or soccer. Big and small artists alike can make clothes or friendship bracelets. Here’s an example of activities, depending on the location and season:

  • Sightseeing: Discover Trier with the Hop-On Hop-Off bus.
  • Visit the Eifelpark wildlife park: we say hello to pot-bellied pigs and lynx, pet goats in the petting zoo and can even feed some animals ourselves.
  • Boat trip on the beautiful Moselle.
  • Cool off in the open-air swimming pool in Trier on hot days.
  • Doing sports, for example ball games or climbing on the Youth Hostel playground.
  • Getting to know typical food from the home countries of the Berlitz team.

Evenings together round the campfire or indoors

After a day packed full of fun and action, we make ourselves comfortable. Firstly, we eat dinner together, then we warm up round the campfire, have a quiz night, or a camp party – depending on the mood and the weather. Evening activities may include:

  • Toasting marshmallows and baking campfire bread over the campfire,
  • Hosting music competitions and game nights,
  • Spending free time with friends new and old.

Good to know: The program is created and adapted individually and on site for each date and can therefore vary.


Creativity workshops


Did we convince you? Then let's go.

Welcome to Trier: this is where we’ll be staying

Jugendherberge Trier, An der Jugendherberge, 54292 Trier

No room for boredom: our accommodation

Our youth hostel is located directly on the Moselle and gives our participants plenty of fun things to do. Kids will be housed in modern shared rooms – girls and boys separately. Outside, kids can look forward to a playground, basketball court, soccer field, sports field, and table tennis tables. Inside the house, there are billiards, pinball, foosball, air hockey, table tennis, and board games.

Trier: welcome to Germany’s oldest city

In Trier, you can experience history firsthand: the city founded by the ancient Romans features a few ancient sights such as the Porta Nigra, Roman amphitheater, and imperial thermal baths. Visitors can immerse themselves in the Roman era all while discovering a modern city. Its location on the Moselle also contributes to the popularity of this Rhineland-Palatinate Roman city – boat trips are an especially worthwhile experience.

Available Camp Dates

English Camp

7 - 17 years

Fun & Action

Camp Type

Overnight Camp


21/07/2024 - 27/07/2024

Available Places:


* Berlitz Language Camps are according to §4 Section 21 a) and b) german UStG tax exempt from VAT.

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Additional information

"Let’s speak English" – that’s the motto we follow at the Trier Berlitz Camp. Our experienced counselors are at the kids’ side all day long. Both during lessons that take place in small groups in the mornings and during the fun and action in the afternoons and evenings. Our focus: to ensure all kids speak English all day long.

The best proof of the success of our Berlitz concept: many counselors were camp participants themselves in the past and support us year after year!

Providing the best all-round support at our Berlitz language camps is important to us. That also includes a balanced diet. Kids will receive three meals a day and these include drinks like juice, tea, or water. Please pack a reusable water bottle, so that your child can fill it up in between meals.

We try our best to offer alternatives for kids with special requests, such as vegetarians or those with allergies. Please contact our team before booking so that we can discuss this on a one-on-one basis.

How we start: Camp starts on the first day at the time mentioned in the travel information (sent to all participants before camp start). Together with their parents, kids will be able to get to know our team and other participants and take part in a parents' welcome session. All kids will receive our welcome package, which consists of a gym bag, lunch box, T-shirt, and much more. We use a written and oral placement to place kids in the right learning group. With younger kids, we often just talk briefly about their hobbies and everyday life.

Important departure information: Parents can pick up their kids on the day of departure. You will find out exactly when in the camp travel documents. Unfortunately, it is not possible to pick kids up at a later time, as our team will also be leaving. We will send all camp documents, including a certificate of participation, to the participants afterwards.

Then take a look at our kids camp FAQ page where we have gathered further information.

We will also send you further details regarding the pack list, arrival and departure etc. by e-mail after your booking.

Das Berlitz Sprachcamps Welcome Paket mit Jutebeutel, Brotdose, Heftchen, Buntstiften, T-Shirt und Federmäppchen.

Trier language camp: what our participants can look forward to

  • Accommodation in shared rooms
  • Balanced meals three times a day (warm meal or lunch box)
  • Language classes in small, performance-based groups on all 5 mornings a week (4 sessions each lasting 45 minutes)
  • All necessary materials for lessons, workshops and the leisure program
  • Welcome gift, camp magazine and certificate of participation

You have questions about our camp?

Then contact us now! Call us at 069 666 089 427 or send us a message. Your Berlitz Team will get back to you shortly.