Green travel, Weimar, Scenic routes, German nature and Webinars.
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Gablenz: Rakotzbrücke
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Fall with its colorful foliage is the perfect time for a visit to one of our many nature and national parks to escape the hustle and bustle of the cities for a while. Many of them are easily accessible from our major urban centers. You will also find great ideas and inspiration for your clients along our many scenic routes that offer a manifold of different topics and themes. Worth a visit all year long: Weimar's new museums in its Quarter of Modernism exploring the Weimar Republic or the Bauhaus movement. As always, thank you for your continuous support of destination Germany!
World of Glass, Sustainability
Climate-friendly travel
Deutsche Bahn trains take your clients fast and comfortably across Germany while opting for 100% green power. Another environmentally-friendly and inexpensive alternative is the coach network operated by Flixbus. Many tourist cards also include free use of public transport. This makes climate-friendly travel a particularly attractive way of getting around.
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Weimar
The House of Weimar Republic
The Weimar Republic was Germany’s first republic from 1918 to 1933. ‘The House of Weimar Republic’ was recently opened to tell the story and show how current this topic still is today. With the Bauhaus-Museum, the Neues Museum and other locations in the city, it forms Weimar’s new Quarter of Modernism exploring Germany’s history in new and exciting ways.
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Webinars
We are excited to offer more webinars and recordings for Signature, Virtuoso, and Travel Leaders advisors. Virtuoso: Stuttgart & Frankfurt. Signature Travel: Baden-Baden, Berlin & Hamburg. Sign-up for a new webinar featuring Stuttgart & Frankfurt on 11/15/2019. Travel Leaders: Thuringia & Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony. Sign-up for a new webinar with Baden-Wuerttemberg & the Black Forest Highlands on 11/19/2019.
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Wine Route - Berwartstein castle in Erlenbach
Scenic routes
Germany is home to over 150 scenic routes, combining sightseeing with the pleasures of the open road. Let your history interested clients explore the German Limes Route or the stunning Castle Route. Foodies can discover the Wine, Beer or Asparagus Routes. There is something suitable for each of your clients!
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Saxon Switzerland National Park
Natural landscapes
Germany's nature, national parks and biospheres are havens of natural and man-made landscapes, many of them the only examples of their kind in the world. The Saxon Switzerland National Park is just a short train ride from Dresden. Clients looking for relaxation can explore the Thuringian Forest Nature Park, home to the World Heritage site, Wartburg Castle!
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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
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Christmas markets in Cologne
11/25 – 12/23/2019
Set against the backdrop of the cathedral (Dom) the Christmas market “am Dom” presents craftmen.
November
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Erfurt Christmas Fair
11/26 - 12/22/2019
Erfurt's Christmas Market is one of the loveliest in the whole of Germany and is the largest in Thuringia.
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