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Hannover Herrenhausen Gardens
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Desire to travel is growing and while the situation remains serious, travel destination Germany will be ready to welcome your clients as soon as they are ready to. According to a country ranking conducted by the London Deep Knowledge Group (DKG), Germany is currently the safest and most stable country in Europe in regards to its COVID-19 response, and the second safest in the world. We will continue to prepare for your return and thank you for your continuous support of travel destination Germany.
Beethoven Anniversary
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Jubilee extended
The anniversary celebrations in honor of Beethoven's 250th birthday will continue until September 2021 to ensure that the wonderful projects and concerts planned for 2020 can still be realized. Clients interested in classical music will thus still have the opportunity to celebrate the composer with us next year.
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Passion Play 2022 Oberammergau
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Passion Play 2022
As the initial shock waves of the Passion Play cancellation for 2020 have settled, we would like to invite you and your clients to experience the play in 2022. The new dates have been set and the Passion Play offers to convert reservations for this year's performances into a reservation for 2022.
Passion Play
Discover Germany from Home
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Explore our new microsite
While we continue to navigate the crisis, and it seems like an eternity since regular travel business was in place, the German National Tourist Board expands its empathy campaign. The newly launched microsite offers a new campaign movie, an interactive map to find virtual experiences, as well as quizzes, delicious recipes, and even Spotify playlists. Our AI chatbot extends the communication even further and can immediately help with questions.
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Munich awaits you
Our blue skies and the sound of the Glockenspiel on Marienplatz still make our days enjoyable, but

we miss you and your clients.

Munich is just not truly Munich without our guests from near and far. Let's dream together of meeting again soon. Maybe in 2021?
Keep the travel spirit alive
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Germany Webinars
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Webinars - open to all -
The German National Tourist Office invites you to our new weekly Germany webinars. Every Tuesday at 10:00am PST / 01:00pm EST we will cover a different topic and have special guests join us for additional information. The webinars are currently scheduled to run through June 2020. Please sign up below to reserve your spot:

May 12th - Destination Germany with the Munich Tourist Office
May 19th - Destination Germany Webinar
May 26th - Destination Germany Webinar
June 02nd - Destination Germany Webinar

Past webinars can be viewed at the following links:
Destination Germany
Diverse & Metropolitan Cities
Culinary Germany
Passion Play with Tumlare
05/12/2020: Register here
Frankfurt Alte Oper
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Sign up for our consortia webinars
Please join us in discovering more about Germany, its cities, regions and hidden gems at one of our popular webinars with Travel Leaders, Virtuoso and Signature Travel.

Travel Leaders advisors have the opportunity to learn more about Nuremberg and the Franconia region on May 7, 2020 (TLN2471).

Our next Virtuoso webinar features Frankfurt & Stuttgart and takes place on May 19, 2020.

On June 4, 2020 the state of Saxony will coach Signature advisors on their amazing sights and locations.

Please also watch the recordings on the different consortia platforms.

We look forward to connecting with you.
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