Trade Newsletter November 2017
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Neroberg hill in the autumn
Dear Traveller,
Welcome to your November Newsletter!
With people booking their holidays for next year why not tell your clients about the many thriving German cities just waiting to be discovered. For example German and British history intertwined in Gotha. Also, flying is becoming even more comfortable with Lufthansa now offering internet on-board. 
Happy Reading!
Charles Wilson
Sales Manager UK & Ireland
"Kö-Bogen" shooping mall on Königsallee
Big City Life
Germany has a host of cool and thriving cities waiting to be discovered by the youth. They can go to Düsseldorf for fashion, Berlin for the music, Hamburg for art, and Munich for a great night out. Let them know about the up-and-coming music scene covering the full spectrum of genres. 
» Read on
Berlin: Victory Column by night
Soak up the German surroundings
The natural diversity of Germany can be experienced not only in astonishing landscapes but also its cities are a perfect combination of idyllic green places and urban lifestyle. International cultural trends and traditional elements join up in a sustainable manner.
» Sustainable travel in Germany 
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Up in the air
Enjoy Internet with Lufthansa!
FlyNet®, internet on-board: use the FlyNet portal (free) or Wi-Fi (chargeable) available on all short-haul and long-haul flights. Lufthansa is the first European network airline to offer Internet access on its entire existing A320-family fleet and it's short and medium-haul routes.
» Find out more
The GNTB Members Guide
Looking for expert partners for your holiday packages to Germany? The new GNTB Members Guide will give you an overview of companies and organisations relevant to tourism in Germany such as hotel chains, attractions and incoming service providers.
» View the GNTB Members Guide here
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Grand hall of Friedenstein Castle
British Royal Links in Gotha
Still an insider tip: Friedenstein Castle in Gotha. The place is closely linked with Prince Albert and Queen Victoria. It is home to precious art collections, known as the 'Louvre of Thuringia'. English audio guides help explore the vast grounds with castle, museums and gardens. 
» Explore further
www.germany.travel
Online Training: GNTO
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Accessible Holidays in Saxony
"Saxony Barrierfree" presents a huge number of touristic offers in Saxony. The focus lies on touristic destinations in the sector of art and culture. You can also find offers for travellers with all kinds of disabilities. For more information visit www.visitsaxony.com
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November
27
Cologne Christmas Market
27.11. - 23.12.2017
Cologne, Germany
March
3
ITB - The World's Leading Travel Show 
07. - 11.03.2018
Berlin, Germany
» more Events
German National Tourist Office London 
(Great Britain/Ireland)
 

60 Buckingham Palace Road
London SW1W 0AH
charles.wilson@germany.travel

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