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Berlin Brandenburg Gate
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Hello,
The German National Tourist Board would like to support you in navigating these challenging weeks by sharing a variety of virtual experiences from across Germany. These will alllow you and your clients to discover destinations in Germany from home. 360-degrees applications, augmented reality, and similar interactive technologies make it easy to not only learn more about the locations and sights, but also inspire clients to dream and extend their travel bucket lists.

Please also visit our Social Media channels to follow our digital marketing campaign #DiscoverGermanyFromHome for additional virtual experience formats, and interactive posts from all federal states.

Yours,

GNTO Team USA
Explore from home
Cologne Cathedral at night
© GNTB / Francesco Carovillano
Virtual UNESCO sites
North Rhine-Westphalia's virtual experiences offer amazing 360-degree views of five UNESCO world heritage sites located in this western state. Visitors can not only experience the impressive Aachen and Cologne cathedrals, but also take a stroll through the beautiful castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust, as well as the Zollverein colliery and Corvey castle. The history, architecture and stories of these landmarks are a mere mouse click away.
To fully immerse yourself, you can also join  one of the acoustic walks through various villages and landscape.
Explore more...
Bavarian home delivery
Immerse yourself into the Bavarian way of life and dream of your next trip by joining a manifold of virtual journeys. Germany's most southern state has gathered unique Bavarian moments and exciting stories from its Bavarian ambassadors. Meet and accompany locals living Bavarian traditions with a passion and love for their region.
Take a journey
Rothenburg ob der Tauber: junction of Kobolzeller Steige and Spitalgasse at the Plönlein
© GNTB / Francesco Carovillano
Virtual Experiences
Staatstheater Stuttgart
© GNTB / 2017 Axel Brunst
Tour Germany's southwest
#DreamNowVisitLater: Dream today, travel tomorrow. With digital events and virtual city walks, a 360-degree flight over Baden-Württemberg, stories and pictures to dream about, the South of Germany comes to your home. Explore urban life in Stuttgart or Mannheim, or take a 360 degree flight above one of Germany's most beautiful regions, the Black Forest. These digital journey will make sure your clients add new sights to their bucket lists.
Discover more
Hamburg Elbphilharmonie
© GNTB / Francesco Carovillano
Hamburg 360°
Germany's second largest city offers a variety of 360° experiences. Known as the gate to the world, this bustling big city is home to more bridges than Venice, Amsterdam, and London combined. It is also home to one of Europe’s busiest harbors and the famous red-light district Reeperbahn. Get to know all these sights - and some secret spots as well - virtually now. 
Go explore
Virtual arts and culture
Clients interested in arts and culture will find the variety of digital experiences now offered by museums across Germany helpful. The Barberini Museum in Potsdam offers a glimpse at its amazing Monet exhibition. The Staedelmuseum in Frankfurt, the Arts Palace in Duesseldorf as well as the Nature Museum in Berlin all open their virtual doors to explore.
Nature Museum
Potsdam: Museum Barberini
© PMSG / André Stiebitz
Upcoming webinars
Franconia: Dancer in Franconia
© GNTB / 2017 Axel Brunst
Sign up for webinars
Please join us in discovering more about Germany, its cities, regions and hidden gems at one of our popular webinars. On April 29, 2020 the state of Baden-Wuertemberg and the Black Forest Highlands will coach Signature advisors on their amazing sights and locations. Travel Leaders advisors have the opportunity to learn more about Nuremberg and the Franconia region on May 07, 2020 (TLN2471). Our next Virtuoso webinar features Frankfurt & Stuttgart and takes place on May 19, 2020. We look forward to connecting with you.
Signature webinar
Neuschwanstein Castle
Palaces & Castles
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