Germany Tourism

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Germany is located in Central Europe and is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and The Netherlands. The German National Tourist Board has been promoting Germany internationally for over 60 years.

Beautiful architecture, historical towns and natural landscapes have made the country home to 44 UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Aachen Cathedral, which was the very first site in Germany to be granted UNESCO World Heritage status.

Germany provides residents and visitors a wide array of activities and festivals year-round, including carnivals, wine festivals, beer festivals and music festivals. As one of the most visited countries in the world, Germany offers multiple diverse tourist routes, including the Romantic Road, Wine Route, Castle Road and Avenue Road. Next to hiking, the Bavarian Alps, Northern Limestone Alps, Ore Mountains, Harz Mountains, Fichtel Mountains and Bavarian Forest are popular locations for winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and bobsledding. Additionally, travelers can experience coastal views and spend beach vacations in various Baltic Sea and North Sea regions.

Whether you’re looking for mountains, beaches, big cities or small villages, Germany has you covered. Plus, hotel prices are cheaper here than in other metropolis areas in Europe.

To learn more about Germany, visit the website germany.travel. It is home to a wealth of information for travelers and trade contacts alike. You can find background facts, city information’s, routes, etc. Travel agents should be sure to explore the website germany.travel/smart-luxury, as it helps to create itineraries for more affluent clients. Here you can find Michelin starred restaurants, outstanding hotels, activities, events, shopping possibilities, wellness travel and more.

For specific information please do not hesitate to contact the German National Tourist Office by mail: germanyInfo@germany.travel.

Additional Information For Travel Agents

Sign up for the trade newsletter at germany.travel/trade-newsletter
Register for free to Germany’s image database at dam.germany.travel
Visit Germany’s website germany.travel