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Lübeck: Stand-up paddling
© LTM/Olaf Malzahn
Hello,
Germany offers diversity, whether you go North, South, East or West. From refurbished galleries and museums, spa and wellness, traditions and creativity, to rural regions and UNESCO World Heritage sites: Germany’s cities and states will enchant your clients as soon as they can travel again.

Best regards,

Your GNTB team
Schwerin Castle
© GNTB/Anibal Trejo
Destination Germany New Resource Guide 
We have a new Resource Guide for Travel Agents on Destination Germany.

Find information on our German partner cities, new hotel & attraction openings, event highlights and much more. It is an excellent tool to plan your clients’ next Germany trip. Please download it from our trade website.
Find your digital copy here

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Old Masters Picture Gallery
© Saxony Tourism/Wolfgang Gärtner
Old Masters in new splendor
The best known works of renowned architect Gottfried Semper in Dresden are the Semper Opera House and the Semper Gallery. The latter has been completely refurbished and for the first time since destruction of the building in World War II, Old Masters Picture Gallery and Sculpture Collection are back under one roof.
Visit the Old Masters
Hidden Gem: Baden-Baden
Nestled to the north of the breathtakingly beautiful Black Forest in Germany lies the impressively cosmopolitan city of Baden-Baden. A haven of tranquility offering a wealth of stylish things to see and to do: From natural hot thermal springs and soothing spas, to thrilling adventure, quality hotels, gourmet restaurants, tempting shops and a myriad of cultural offering.
Explore Baden-Baden
Baden-Baden Kurhaus
© Baden-Baden Kur & Tourismus GmbH
Michael Thalhammer, Lederhosen Tattoo Artist
© www.bayern.by/Bernhard Huber
Meet Bavaria’s Free Spirits
Bavaria is the home of tradition and creativity. Here, ancient customs are interpreted in new, modern ways by a younger generation. “Bavarian ambassadors” come from all over Bavaria sharing their unique trade and skills. Meet the young free spirits as they turn “typical” Bavaria into a unique experience for visitors. Find insider tips that capture the Bavarian zest for life!
Meet Bavaria's free spirits
From Big Cities to Picturesque Old Towns
North Rhine-Westphalia, in the West of Germany, is mostly known for its big cities on the shore of the Rhine: Düsseldorf and Cologne. But what about exploring the rural regions just next door? E.g. the picturesque Old Town of Monschau with its popular half-timbered houses and its particular charme is definitely worth a visit in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Visit historic locations in North Rhine-Westphalia
Monschau Fachwerkhäuser an der Ruhr
© Tourismus NRW e.V.
 
Lübeck: Holsten Gate, sunset
© www.anibaltrejo.com/Anibal Trejo
Lübeck: A UNESCO World Heritage Site
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lübeck is one of the foremost examples of an international trading town, and it is also one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Germany. Your clients can experience many historical and cultural attractions, like the Holsten Gate built in 1464. This famous landmark takes visitors back to Lübeck's glorious past as a free imperial and Hanseatic city.
Find out more about Lübeck
Webinars - open to all
The German National Tourist Office invites you to our 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 October 2020. Please sign up below to reserve your spot:

9/22/20 Baden-Baden
9/29/20 Bayreuth
10/6/20 Berlin
10/13/20 Destination Germany
10/20/20 Destination Germany
10/27/20 Destination Germany
9/22/20 - register here! 
Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz Museum, Automobile Museum
© GNTB/Francesco Carovillano 
Munich: Bird's eye view of Munich city centre
© Getty Images/Juergen Sack
Past Webinars
Past webinars can be viewed here:

7/14/20 German Originality
7/21/20 Bremen & Bremerhaven
7/28/20 The Green Side of Munich
8/11/20 Bavaria
8/18/20 North Rhine-Westphalia
8/25/20 Lübeck & Travemünde
9/1/20 Saxony
9/8/20 Luxury Germany
Learn about German originality
Consortia Webinars
Please join us in discovering more about Germany, its cities, regions and hidden gems. We are delighted to offer a Virtuoso Webinar with Franconia & Nuremberg on September 30th, 2020 and a Signature Webinar with Frankfurt and Stuttgarton October 28, 2020.

We look forward to connecting with you!
9/30/20 - register here! 
Nuremberg: View of the  Tiergärtnertorplatz
© GNTB/Francesco Carovillano 
Quedlinburg Altstadt Häuserfassade
UNESCO
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Taching am See
Wellness
© DZT/Günter Standl
Business Talk
Sales Guide
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