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Stuttgart: Porsche-Museum in Zuffenhausen
Stuttgart: Porsche-Museum © Porsche AG/Markus Leser
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Germany's culture and deep rooted traditions are well known all over the world. In this newsletter, we'd like to show you and your clients some magical experiences in Germany, such as scenic routes, an untouched forest, opera culture, and modern cities. Take advantage of the virtual attractions until it's time to pack the suitcase and board the plane again. Here's to a healthy 2021!
Beautiful Destination Germany Video
Check out our new Beautiful Destination Germany video, and discover modernity and magic! Germany has it all: historic towns and cities, majestic castles, such as the Moritzburg Palace in Saxony, engineering, history, a diverse culinary scene, mountains, beautiful lakes, parks, and much more!
Watch the video here!
Moritzburg castle
Moritzburg castle © Dresden Marketing GmbH/ddpix.de
Bayreuth: UNESCO world heritage, Margraves' Opera House, view to the stage
Bayreuth: UNESCO world heritage
© Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung/Achim Bunz
Opera culture, a staple in Germany
Since Germany's first opera house opened in 1657 in Munich, the form of art has become a staple in the national cultural scene and has been growing constantly. Today, Germany is the proud home to over 80 opera houses and more than a third of all opera performances worldwide take place here. One of the most famous ones is the Margravial Opera House in Bayreuth, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012.
Find more opera houses!
Primeval Bavarian Forest
Germany has a reputation of being organized, and well structured, and this is often very true! However, there are also some surprises you can find in Germany, like the Bavarian Forest National Park, just a two-hour drive to the north-east of Munich, which has been left to grow naturally without any human interference for decades. 
Discover the magic!
Bavarian Forest Nature Park: Lake Arber
Bavarian Forest Nature Park
© Verband Deutscher Naturparke e.V./Isabelle Auer
Weinstadel: Nuremberg © CTZ Nürnberg/Jana Kießer
Weinstadel: Nuremberg © CTZ Nürnberg/Jana Kießer
Magic Cities
Germany has ten "magic cities" that will enchant you with their diversity! These glamorous metropolises are Bremen, Cologne, Dresden, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Munich, and Stuttgart. Here you can experience unexpected attractions, culture, food, and much more!
Find you magic city here!
Unique Ulm
After the city of Ulm was widely destroyed in World War II, some original buildings were restored and others newly built leading to the stunning combination of history and modernity and a unique city landscape. Explore the modern Kunsthalle Weishaupt and visit the tallest church tower in the world, Ulm Minister.
See Ulm's main attractions!
Ulm: Kunsthalle Weishaupt
Ulm: Kunsthalle Weishaupt © Getty Images/Davide Seddio
Berchtesgaden: View of Watzmann (2,713m)
Berchtesgaden: View of Watzmann © GNTB/Francesco Carovillano
GNTO webinars
The GNTO invites you to join our upcoming webinars Tuesdays at 10 am PST:

02/02/21 Culinary Highlights
02/16/21 Tourist Attractions around U.S. Military Bases in Germany

Past webinars can be viewed at the following links:

11/03/20 Bavaria & Munich Airport
11/10/20 Black Forest Highlands
11/17/20 Berlin part II
12/08/20 Bavaria & Altoetting
12/15/20 Nature & Outdoor Activities in Germany
12/22/20 Advent Season & Christmas Traditions in Germany
12/22/20 - view here!
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