Discover German Culture, Join German Tradition

The Berlin Brandenburg Gate.
The Berlin Brandenburg Gate.

This year we are celebrating 25 years of Germany’s Reunification following the 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 2014. The Reunification in 1990 has been one of the most important events in German history and has strengthened Germany as a travel destination ever since. Popular sites of cultural and natural interest have experienced a revival during the past 25 years. Explore the country and be inspired by the 25 Perspectives on germany.travel/germany-reunified.

Now is the time to discover German culture and join German tradition. Germany has named 2015 the year of traditions and customs. On germany.travel/tradition you can find useful information on how, when and where to experience culinary Germany, live German traditions and customs and learn about their origins. Throughout the year numerous events will take place all over the country to introduce you to the German way of life.

Discover the beauty of Germany with its 39 UNESCO World Heritage sites; germany.travel/unesco provides you with eight different routes that enable travelers to visit a wealth of German monuments covering thousands of years of history.

With our Top 100 app visitors receive information on the best rated and most popular attractions in Germany including brief descriptions, hours, admission prices and directions. On germany.travel/top100 you can also find vouchers for discounts on tickets, guided walks and rental cars.

The 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017 is another reason to pay Martin Luther’s country of birth a visit. Numerous events and exhibitions all over Germany will give you the chance to follow into the reformer’s footsteps. Visit germany.travel/luther for information on future events and itineraries.

Located in the heart of Europe, Germany is a prime location to experience culture, history, art, hospitality, festivals, special events and so much more. Find all the information you need for planning a trip to Germany on the official website of the German National Tourist Office, germany.travel.

For more information, call (800) 637-1171 or visit the trade extranet and sign up for the trade e-newsletter to keep up to date on events and sales tools at germany.travel/us/trade. On germany.travel/ebrochures you can download e-brochures about different topics. Ask your local GNTO office for sales guides, brochures, educational seminars, study tours and trade shows.

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