History, architecture, folklore, industry

Germany is a country full of history, culture and natural beauty. Whether you travel to Berlin, Hamburg, Munich or Frankfurt, in each city you will learn about different architectures, cultures and habits.

Thanks to several international hubs and great flight connections, Germany is easily reachable from all around the world. This makes the country and its cities also a popular business travel destination and numerous meetings, incentives and international events take place each year.

About Germany

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Main cities in Germany


The city of arts
The capital of Germany is the political centre and the country’s largest city. Year by year Berlin attracts many tourists and business travellers from all over the world for various reasons.

Being a city that has gone through several events back in history, it is at the same time one of Germany’s most vibrant, young, active and fast-growing cities.

Travellers can explore the city’s history such as the traces of the Berlin Wall, the memorial to the holocaust but also the modern and alternative lifestyle the city has recently been developing.

Be it in wintertime or summertime, Berlin is always worth a visit and has something to offer for every occasion. Every year, the city grows by great restaurants, locations, hotels and places that make every event special and unique in Berlin.


The centre of business
Frankfurt is the business capital of Germany and the city with the most impressive skyline that can be admired from various spots throughout the city and even from the River Main banks.

It is a modern city and home base to several banks and insurances. Apart from the modern area and the business quarter, Frankfurt has to offer a nice cultural heritage and is also the birth town of the world famous author and poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

The city is easily accessible from all over the world and one of Europe’s most important international hubs. This brings many business travellers to the city each year and is a great place to organise international meetings, incentives or congresses with many different opportunities.


The gateway to the world
The city that holds the name of the gateway to the world, thanks to its great location on the river Elbe between the North and Baltic seas. Back in history, Hamburg was an important international port and cosmopolitan, diverse and city of trading.

After it has been mostly destroyed during World War II it is today one of Germany’s most impressive and beautiful cities. It offers various attractions to its visitors, including great shopping opportunities, easy access to the sea and unique locations as well as a delicious gastronomic scene with high quality restaurants. The recently opened new emblem Elbphilharmonie has become one of the city’s main attractions and most impressive sites to visit. The new concert hall can be visited from the outside on land, but also by taking a boat tour on the river Elbe admiring the modern part as well as some of the traditional buildings. Hamburg is by all means one of Germany’s most popular cities and always worth a visit.


Best known for its delicious beer
It is the home-town of the world famous Oktoberfest and also popular for its various beer gardens.

Munich is a cultural hub and invites many people every year to visit the city and to explore the historical heritage, as well as its modern architecture.

Germany’s third largest city is a city of contrasts, with many green areas and long-lasting traditions such as the famous Lederhose and Dirndl (traditional clothing).

Bavaria and the area of Munich is important for the automotive industry and the biggest car manufacturers have their headquarters located in the area. These offer also great locations for events and experience museums to explore during a stay in Munich.

Easy access & great infrastructures

Thanks to its geographic location, Germany is well connected and easily reachable from all parts of Europe and internationally accessible through the hub at the Frankfurt International Airport.


There are also the international airports of Munich, Düsseldorf, Berlin Tegel, Hamburg, Cologne Bonn, Berlin Schönefeld, Stuttgart, Hanover, and many others.


Neighbouring countries: France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Denmark, and Switzerland.

Germany has sixteen states with a capital each. Berlin is one of these states and the capital of Germany at the same time.

The states and capitals are:

  • Baden-Württemberg / Stuttgart
  • Bayern / Munich
  • Brandenburg / Potsdam
  • Bremen / Bremen
  • Hamburg / Hamburg
  • Hessen / Wiesbaden
  • Mecklenburg-Vorpommern / Schwerin
  • Niedersachsen / Hannover
  • Nordrhein-Westfalen / Düsseldorf
  • Rheinland-Pfalz / Mainz
  • Saarland / Saarbrücken
  • Sachsen / Dresden
  • Sachsen-Anhalt / Magdeburg
  • Schleswig-Holstein / Kiel
  • Thüringen / Erfurt

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