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Are your clients in desperate need of a vacation after a long winter? The good news is Europe and Germany are reopening to vaccinated and American travelers. For their first international trip of 2021, have them join us off the beaten track on a journey through Germany. Alongside the special flair of German cities and their people, we will reveal the secrets of centuries-old craftsmanship and take them to unique green sanctuaries in the heart of Germany. We also have a few insider tips ready and will reveal what’s on this year’s absolutely not-to-be-missed list. Tempted? Then let's go.

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Your GNTB team
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Europe is Opening Up!
The European Union recently announced that it is reopening its borders to visitors who are fully vaccinated or are travelling from a list of countries including Canada, right in time to discover Germany this summer!
Learn more!
Walk on water
Have your clients join us on an exciting excursion through a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Wadden Sea. Meet our mud-flat ranger Dr. Walther Petersen-Andresen and get to know the secrets of this unique ecosystem and its 10,000 animal and plant species.
I can see the sea!
Dagebuell: mudflat guide Dr. Walther Petersen-Andresen in the Wadden Sea
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Hamburg: Beatles sculptures on Beatles-Platz
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How the Beatles found their sound
Look out, Beatles fans! Experience the Fab Four from Liverpool with a real-life musician on a journey of discovery around Hamburg. The Beatles shaped many places in Hamburg - and Hamburg shaped them, too. On your tour you will follow in the footsteps of the Beatles through the St. Pauli quarter and hear fascinating anecdotes all about their time there.
Discover music history first hand
14 pom-poms make... a hat?
Waltraud Kech is a skilled seamstress and one of the last traditional Bollenhut makers in Germany. Find out what is important when making a Bollenhut and how the tradition is continued today in the beautiful Black Forest landscape.
En route to Bollenhut!
Wolfach: Bollenhut maker Waltraud Kech in her studio
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In cooperation with our partners
Queldinburg: Collegiate Church of St. Servatius
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Medieval Charm
Gorgeous landscape gardens, picturesque old towns dating from the Middle Ages, architectural wonders, and world-famous cultural treasures - Saxony-Anhalt is truly a hidden gem for explorers setting out on an unforgettable journey.
Discover Saxony-Anhalt
Get romantic vibes at the Rhine
Over 60 castles, palaces and fortresses are located in the Middle Rhine Valley and many are open to visitors. Be enchanted by the romantic cobbled streets and historic architecture of charming towns such as Bacharach, Koblenz, Andernach and Linz.
Discover the Romantic Rhine
Bacharach – Part of UNESCO world heritage „Oberes Mittelrheintal”
© Romantischer Rhein Tourismus GmbH (Friedrich Gier)
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