Germany set to ease travel restrictions to 31 EU countries

On Tuesday, the German government announced that it is planning to allow citizens of Germany to travel to nearly 31 European countries next month if the coronavirus situation continues to be under control.

  • Almond Blossom Festival along German Wine Road signals arrival of spring

    Published on : Monday, February 11, 2019

    Spring is in the air and the arrival of pink and white almond blossom along the German Wine Road (Deutsche Weinstrasse) is a sure sign that nature is waking up. From now through the end of April, this annual “Rosa …

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  • Sanya all prepared to attract tourists from Germany

    Published on : Tuesday, November 20, 2018

    Representatives from the Frankfurt and Munich tourist offices, the team from Sanya, Hainan, China and over 100 German tourism industry executives participated in the two events, at which German journalist Hilke Maunder shared stories about her two sojourns in Sanya, …

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  • German tourism launches anti-xenophobia drive

    Published on : Friday, November 16, 2018

    On the occasion of the German Tourism Day a symposium entitled “German Tourism Day 2018” was held in Bonn recently. At the symposium, the German tourism industry launched a new initiative against xenophobia in the country. The tourism industry is …

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  • German lawmakers get a deep understanding into Namibian tourism

    Published on : Tuesday, November 13, 2018

    Windhoek – A group of lawmakers from the German parliament of late had visited Namibia to get an insight into the local tourism of the region.   A delegate of nine members from the Tourism Committee of the German Federal …

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  • Fattal Holdings sold Leonardo Royal Hotel in Germany for $175 million

    Published on : Wednesday, May 23, 2018

    Fattal Holdings sold Munich’s Leonardo Royal Hotel in Germany for $175 million which is €25 million more than the hotel’s value.     It is according to the report published by Globes, Fattal signed a 30-year lease on the 424-room …

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  • World’s first Dachshund Museum opens in Germany for the visitors

    Published on : Friday, April 6, 2018

    The Bavarian city of Passau celebrates Germany’s and the world’s deep affection for the dachshund with the opening an unique museum dedicated to dachshund.     There are more than 4,500 toys and other items showcase the breed popularly called …

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  • Germany Tourism Board is accepting the Bitcoin payments

    Published on : Saturday, March 31, 2018

    The German National Tourism Board is accepting “Bitcoin” payments for the tourism services, which can increase the tourism revenue.     The organization promotes German travel destinations with offices in 32 countries around the world. The German National Tourism Board …

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  • Germans prefer Greece and Turkey as summer destination

    Published on : Thursday, March 1, 2018

    German holidaymakers prefer Greece and Turkey most as holiday destination in summer, a study revealed.     Here the summer bookings to Greece by Germans has risen about 40 percent which is higher than a year ago by the end …

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  • Germany sees record eight year growth in tourism

    Published on : Friday, January 12, 2018

    The Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) forecasted the boom in German tourism to continue into its eighth consecutive year.   It was reported that the number of overnight stays by domestic and foreign guests will reach a new record level of …

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  • Over 33 million passengers at Berlin airports for the first time ever

    Published on : Friday, January 5, 2018

    In 2017, a total of 33,326,000 passengers were welcomed at Berlin’s Schönefeld and Tegel airports. This means that passenger numbers increased by 1.3%. Schönefeld made gains of 10.4%, to 12.9 million passengers, overtaking Cologne and Bonn’s airports. In Tegel, the …

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  • Germany brings world’s first Hydrogen-Powered Trains in 2021

    Published on : Friday, November 10, 2017

    Germany will introduce the world’s first trains powered by hydrogen fuel cells with 14 emission-free trains due to transport passengers in Lower Saxony from 2021. France’s Alstom will build the train at its site in Salzgitter and replace diesel trains …

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  • Germany & Denmark on a new safe passenger transport deal

    Published on : Wednesday, May 3, 2017

    Very recently, the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) and Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) of Germany has collaborated on a common agreement in terms of meeting the safety standards of the passenger vessels and ferries working in Flensborg …

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  • German tourism creates a new record

    Published on : Tuesday, February 14, 2017

    The travel industry boom of Germany seems no end with overnight stay rising 44.3 million. It is a record value and sixth year in a row to maintain its success in terms of arrival and overnight stay visitors in Germany. …

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