Intercultural Travelling European Road-crossing (I.T.E.R.)
Meeting in Nuremberg, Mai 4-7, 2012
12:00 – 20:00 Arrival of the partners at the airport or central station
20:00 Dinner at the hotel
10:00 – 11:00 Official welcome at the town hall
11:15 – 12:00 Welcome at school / school tour
12:00 – 13:00 Presentation of the maps for medieval times
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch at school
14:00 – 16:00 Presentation of the maps for medieval times
16:00 – 18:00 Project development in the past and future
20:00 Dinner at “Das Goldene Posthorn“ – traditional Franconian food
8:30 – 10:00 Guided tour of the old town hall and its surroundings
10:00 – 10:45 Nuremberg castle tour
11:00 Short Pretzel breakfast (the famous Nuremberg Laugenbrezeln)
11:36 – 12:38 Train to Regensburg
12:45 – 14:15 Guided tour of Regensburg
14:15 – 15:15 Lunch - traditional Upper Palatine food
15:15 – 19:00 Free time in Regensburg (supported by a city map)
19:19 – 20:35 Train back to Nuremberg
Free time / individual dinner (p.t.a)à
8:00 – 12:00 Time for individual plans / exploration of the city / several museums ...
12:00 – 13:30 Lunch
14:00 – 16:00 Tour: "Kaiser, Ratsherrn, Handwerksmeister"Free time
20:00 Dinner – eating like the lords and ladies of medieval times
Monday 07.05.2012 Departure of the partners
The third project destination was Nuremberg. Yes, this time we, the BON in Nuremberg, were the host of our international guests. The meeting in Nuremberg was for teachers only.
The multimedia maps for the Medieval Times were to be presented at school. These maps showed information on architecture, commerce and trade routes in Nuremberg, Europe and beyond.
Our official programme started with a warm welcome in the town hall by Mr.Horst Förther, second mayor to Nuremberg. In addition to that Mr. Förther allowed a glimpse inside the reconstructed historical council chamber of the old Nuremberg town hall.
We also went to see Regensburg, hometown to Mr. Kopf, to show our guests a significantly older “settling” in Bavaria. The interesting city tour, given by an incredibly well-spoken Canadian lady, led us to see the Regensburg Cathedral, the famous Stone Bridge and much more.
In Nuremberg some of our guests used the free time to explore the Nazi Party Rally Ground, the Documentation centre or the German National Museum. There was also the interesting city tour by Geschichte für alle e.V.. Most of us were surprised by the vigour and the radiant personality of our city guide. History can be fun!
Another part of the cultural programme in Nuremberg was the “Bratwurst experience”. A good host should never forget to offer plenty of food! Consequently we had to give our guests a tour of the fine Franconian cuisine. Suffice it to say that no one left Nuremberg hungry and there was more on the menu than just Bratwurst.
The Comenius programme focuses on the first phase of education, from pre-school and primary to secondary schools. It is relevant for all members of the education community: pupils, teachers, local authorities, parents’ associations, non-government organisations, teacher training institutes, universities and all other educational staff.