Barrier-free Germany, German Opera, Dresden and webinars.
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Wine Route - autumn in Erlenbach
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With another beautiful and successful summer season behind us we are now looking forward to Germany's colorful Fall and its manifold of beer and wine festivals across the country. In this issue we will take you to Germany's many opera houses and the country's "Florence on the river Elbe". Additionally, we also continue our popular series of webinars for Signature and Travel Leaders members. As always, thank you for your support of Destination Germany!
Saar Bow: Couple with wheelchair enjoys the view
Barrier-free Germany
History, art and culture, nature and cities should be open to everyone. Travel destination Germany has been supporting a great variety of projects to continuously improve accessible tourism. For clients with disabilities or restricted mobility, Germany offers a wealth of opportunities for both vacation and business trips.
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Frankfurt/Main: Alte Oper, Opera House
German Opera
With around one third of all opera performances in the world staged in Germany opera is certainly a pillar of national culture and a magnet for visitors from all over the world. The country’s first opera house opened its doors in Munich in 1657 and today 80 first-class houses across Germany are waiting to be discovered. Let your clients experience these masterpieces of art.
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The GNTB Members sales guide
Looking for expert partners for your holiday packages to Germany? The GNTB Members sales guide will give you an overview of companies and organisations relevant to tourism in Germany.
» View the GNTB Members sales guide here
Dresden: Elbe bank, evening
Dresden
Known as the “Florence on the river Elbe” and among one of Germany’s ten Magic Cities, beautiful Dresden has many faces. It is not only known for its beautiful "Frauenkirche" and the Zwinger Palace, but also for its 700 years of music history. Its combination of art, architecture and a charming landscape make Dresden a perfect city to visit for your clients.
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Webinars
We are excited to offer more webinars for Signature members. Join us for information on Baden-Baden on 09/26, and a second webinar will take place on 10/02, concentrating on Berlin and Hamburg. Travel Leaders members have the chance to learn about Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt in our webinar on 10/10/2019. 
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November
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Dom fun fair, Hamburg
11.08.2019 - 12.08.2019
Visit northern Germany's biggest funfair.
November
25
Christmas Markets, Lübeck
11.25.2019 - 12.30.2019
The "Christmas City of Northern Germany" invites to several fantastically festive Christmas markets all over the medieval Old Town.
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