The German UNESCO World Heritage Sites Association is a collaboration between World Heritage sites in Germany and the tourism marketing organisations of the towns, cities, regions and federal states in which the sites are located.
Quedlinburg Old Town with the Burgberg and Münzenberg hills and St. Wigbert’s Church, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1994
The association was founded in Quedlinburg in September 2001, having previously been a marketing association. Its head office is also situated in the town, which itself is one of the 33 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Germany.
The GNTB has been a member of the German UNESCO World Heritage Sites Association since 2001 and is represented on the Management Board and Marketing Committee. It liaises closely with the association on product design and marketing for international target markets.
The aims of the German UNESCO World Heritage Sites Association are to:
Members of the German UNESCO World Heritage Sites Association include: