Travel Germany barrier-free, find your heritage and old towns
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Hello,
In this Newsletter we would like to show you how easy it is to travel around Germany. Our accessible tourism infrastructure is unlike any other – making nearly all of our famous sites available to all. This summer, make sure to visit one of our UNESCO World Heritage Site awarded old towns. Explore Wittenberg where Martin Luther started the Reformation and celebrate the 500th Anniversary with us. Looking forward to welcoming you in Germany!
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Germany’s Old Towns 
Strolling through our charming towns with their narrow streets and medieval timber-framed houses is a must this summer. Some are even UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Bamberg, Lübeck and Quedlinburg. Check them out on iExplore.com!
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Enjoy Germany Barrier-Free
We’re proud to offer Barrier-Free travel options enabling travelers of all ages and abilities to enjoy Germany. Those with temporary or permanent mobility restrictions can take advantage of many Barrier-Free destinations throughout the country.
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Image of the Month
Passau is simply stunning, day and night! It is known as the “city of the three rivers” as the Danube is joined by the rivers Inn and Ilz. This Baroque town in Lower Bavaria lures visitors with its charming little lanes, its beautiful squares and pedestrian areas. Share your own images of Germany with #germanytourism.
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Find Your German Heritage
With more than 7 million individuals, Germans were the largest group of immigrants in America in the 19th century. If you have German roots and are interested in discovering your heritage, plan your “Route to the Roots” trip. Visit one of several Heritage Centers & Emigration Museums in Hamburg or Bremerhaven.
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Luther Focus: Wittenberg
Appropriately named, Lutherstadt Wittenberg, the town is considered to be the cradle of reformation - shaped by Martin Luther’s historical legacy. The famous sites, such as the Castle Church where Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door or his former home, now a magnificent museum, are windows into his life and his times.
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