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Baden-Baden: Visitor photographs in the Frieder Burda
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Opera or techno, old masters, or “Junge Wilde”: art and culture are the mirrors of society and allow a look into vast depths. No wonder that visiting theaters, museums, and festivals is one of the highlights for travelers to Germany. Many creative venues invite you to virtual enjoyment in advance to sweeten the waiting time until a live visit for culture lovers is possible again.

We are looking forward to welcoming you and your clients back in Germany as soon as it’s safe to travel again!

Yours, the GNTO Team
Hannover: Oper
© HMTG/HansZaglitsch
A feast for the ears of opera fans
Opera fans get their money's worth in Germany. The world-famous musical works by Verdi, Wagner & Co. come onto the stage in more than 80 opera houses. Interested? Then go ahead, and listen to it right away.
Click here for the video stream
The Berlin music scene is legendary. In particular, the techno clubs along the Spree, such as the celebrated Tresor or the exclusive Berghain, enjoy cult status. Good endurance is a plus - the celebration marathon starts typically on Friday and often ends on Monday. Discover the hottest clubs!
Discover the club scene
Music festival
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Frankfurt: Rotunda of the Schirn Kunsthalle
Fantastic women
Frida Kahlo, Meret Oppenheim, or Leonora Carrington: These women wrote art history. They revolted against the establishment and showed their attitudes in surrealist works. The Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt shows online the exhibition "Fantastische Frauen" - "Fantastic Women." Enjoy!

Discover Women of the Arts

© Schirn Kunsthalle/ NORBERT-MIGULETZ
For Elise...and more
He is considered one of the most influential composers worldwide: Ludwig van Beethoven - famous for his symphonies, sonatas, and the piano piece "For Elise." 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the birthday of the musical genius from the city of Bonn. Reason enough for a Beethoven exhibition with a virtual tour.
Experience Beethoven now
Dessau: Bauhaus, UNESCO World Heritage Site, main
© Mette Willert/Littlemysph
Pioneers of Modernity
The Bauhaus was originally founded as an art school in Weimar. Today, the name stands for a style recognized worldwide, which shaped art and architecture in the 20th century as "classically modern." The Bauhaus Dessau invites you on a tour of digital insights.
Visit Bauhaus
Sounds for your stay at home
After all, it is the second-best option - in times of restricted travel, many top-class musicians bring their symphonic sounds into the living room of their fans. So are the pianists of the Ruhr Piano Festival.
House music? This way.
Musical notes
© Getty Images/peepo
Bremen: Schnoor Quarter
© BTZ / Francesco Carovillano
Join our webinars!
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 August 2020. Please sign up below to reserve your spot:

7/28/20 Featuring “The Green Side of Munich”
8/11/20 Featuring “Bavaria”
8/18/20 Featuring “North Rhine-Westphalia”
8/25/20 Featuring “ Lübeck und Travemünde”

Past webinars can be viewed at the following links:

Bremen & Bremerhaven
Garmisch Partenkirchen
Spa & Wellness
Christmas Markets
7/28/20 - register here!
© GNTO/Jan Lauer
Hamburg: Aerial view Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall at sunrise
Music & Shows © Hamburg Marketing GmbH/Cooper Copter GmbH
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