Trade Newsletter May 2018 
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Frankfurt am Main: Skyline (ID: 14556)
Dear Traveller,
Welcome to your May Newsletter, this month it's time to explore Germany's cities. From Germany's historic highlights to the most famous football cities - so there's something for everyone.  
Also we have an exclusive article about Lower Saxony´s 9+1 cities for you. 

Enjoy reading! 
Charles Wilson 
Sales Manager UK & Ireland
München/ Isar: Allianz-Arena, Schafe (ID: 11544)
Germany's Football Cities
Football is the number one spectator sport in Germany; and is hugely important in Germany. Your clients could visit one of the 32 iconic stadia, all of which are Barrier Free and suitable for wheelchair users, or explore the famous football museum in Dormund, or travel the 'German Football Route'.
» More about German football
Dresden: Elbufer, abends (ID: 9754)
The Historic Highlights 
The historical highlights of Germany offer your clients a memorable mix of the traditional and the modern. From the Hanseatic port of Rostock to the baroque palaces in Potsdam. The history of these towns is reflected in its architecture and attractions that can still be admired today.
» Find out more...
Kassel UNESCO Welterbe, Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe (ID: 14977)
The Year of Cultural Heritage 
The European Commission is celebrating a Year of Cultural Heritage in 2018 and The Association of German Palaces and Parks has several surprises in store for 2018. One highlight is a 270 metre long European picnic at Sanssouci Palace Park in Potsdam on 23 June. 
» More about Cultural Heritage
Berlin: Deutscher Dom (ID: 14982)
City Cards
Did you know that there are a lot more advantages your clients could benefit from when buying a city card than just travel easily and affordably within a city? They can get discounts to many sights, museums, culture facilities and some of the local restaurants. 
Each city meets the unique requirements of your clients.
» More about public transport
Celle: Fachwerkzeile in der Schuhstraße (ID: 11461)
Perfect days in Lower Saxony
Braunschweig, Celle, Göttingen, Goslar, Hameln, Hannover, Hildesheim, Lüneburg, Wolfenbüttel and the Autostadt in Wolfsburg invite visitors to spend time exploring. Charming Old Towns. Cultural highlights as well as trendy bars and shops or the world of automobiles at the Autostadt are waiting to be discovered.
» Read on for more information
The GNTB Members Guide
Looking for expert partners for your holiday packages to Germany? The new GNTB Members guide from the GNTB 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
Dresden Music Festival
10.05.2018 - 10.06.2018
Dresden, Germany
Leipzig Village Fair
01.06.2018 - 03.06.2018
Leipzig, Germany
» more Events
German National Tourist Office London 
(Great Britain/Ireland)

60 Buckingham Palace Road
London SW1W 0AH