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The results are in: more than 13,000 individuals from more than 50 countries voted on the TOP 100 destinations in Germany, which include landmarks, leisure facilities, events, cultural sites, diverse landscapes, architectural treasures and fascinating places of natural beauty. Destination Germany also has a new resource guide with great travel tips on Germany's beautiful cities and lesser known destinations. Enjoy!

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New Resource Guide for Travel Agents
Our new Germany Resource Guide has arrived! Find information on our 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
Schwerin Castle
© GNTB/Anibal Trejo
Herrenchiemsee New Palace
© von Felbert
Dream Now: Inspirational Journeys to Bavaria
Bavaria is filled with treasures to explore from spectacular natural landscapes to vibrant cities and towns . Travel is on everyone’s mind so here are five special themed tour ideas to suit different interests and ensure Bavaria is on your client’s bucket list. With local tips, this new brochure captures the spirit of Bavaria – traditionally different and full of surprises.
Explore tour ideas in Bavaria!
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 December of 2020. Please sign up below to reserve your spot:

11/10/20 Black Forest Highlands
11/17/20 Berlin
12/01/20 Black Forest Highlands Part II
12/08/20 Bavaria & Altoetting
12/15/20 Nature & Outdoor Activities
12/22/10 German Summer Cities
11/10/20 - register here
Black Forest: couple is hiking, waterfall, lake, feet
© GNTB/Günter Standl
© Baden-Baden Kur & Tourismus GmbH
Baden-Baden – the good-good life
In Baden-Baden, a rich history blends seamlessly with a highly contemporary lifestyle. Baden-Baden at the foot of the Black Forest has evolved into an enchanting destination, offering both relaxation and excitement in a class. Wellness & wellbeing, culinary delights, culture, shopping and beautiful nature: There’s something to suit everyone's taste!
Travel to Baden-Baden!
Where the Rhine crosses the state
Passing beautiful landscapes, experiencing exciting outings along the embankment or just enjoying the view directly from the water: the river Rhine meanders through the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in the West of Germany and offers a great way to discover the region, especially famous cities like Düsseldorf or Cologne, by river cruises.
Find inspiration for traveling through NRW!
KD ship with Cologne cathedral in background
© Tourismus NRW/Johannes Höhn.
Berlin: Berlin Cathedral in the evening
© GNTB/Michael T. Meyers
Past Webinars
Past webinars can be viewed at the following links:

09/29/20 Bayreuth
10/06/20 Berlin
10/13/20 Top 100 Attractions & Sights
10/20/20 Beer & Wine Country
10/27/20 Germany's 16 States
11/03/20 Bavaria & Munich Airport
11/03/20 - listen here
Touch down in Brandenburg!
The Berlin Brandenburg “Willy Brandt” Airport opened on October 31, 2020. All flights in the Berlin area will now be concentrated in one location. With three terminals and two runways, the airport will open with capacity for 27 million passengers. There are direct connections to several destinations in Brandenburg.
Check out the new BER airport now!
Inside BER
© Airport Berlin Brandenburg
Dresden new market
© TMGS/Gärtner
Back to former glory
It has been 15 years since the reconstructed Frauenkirche or Church of Our Lady was consecrated, a major tourist attraction and symbol of reconciliation. Now the final gaps in Dresden’s historic city center are being filled with further reconstructions and modern additions, a process started with rebuilding of the church.
Explore Saxony Travel Dreams!
© GNTB/Günter Standl
Palaces & Castles
© GNTB/Francesco Carovillano
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Sales Guide
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