The heart of Europe

Germany is known for its vibrant cities. Berlin, Munich and Hamburg are great for exploring art, culture, nightlife and cutting-edge architecture. But Germany’s scenery is also not to be missed, with its enchanting forests, medieval castles and majestic alps. Germany’s central European location also makes it an attractive destination for connection programs with neighboring destinations such as Austria, the Netherlands and Czech Republic.


Steps Away from the Bavarian Alps

Munich might be the third largest city in Germany, yet ‘Gemütlichkeit’, or the feeling of being at home, pervades throughout. Renowned for its architectural magnificence, culture and old-world charm, Munich offers a broad palette of theatres, museums, restaurants, hotels, nightlife and activities. It is set close to the river Isar and just north of the Bavarian Alps.


A City of Diversity

Berlin is one of the most popular cities in Europe. It is located right in the heart of Europe and represents the connection between the East and the West. It’s a city of contradictions, where old meets new and glamour meets grit. It has established itself as one of the most attractive destinations for trade fairs, conventions, meetings and incentives, because Berlin has something to offer for everyone.


A City with Historical and Industrial Flair

Not only is Hamburg Germany’s biggest port and largest overseas trade center, it is also one of Germany’s most vibrant cities. Its wealth is unmistakable with stunning architecture that gives the city its fascinating cityscape, with its operahouse as one of its main features. Though it is not only architecture in Hamburg; the many parks and lakes within the city give it an open and green feel.
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