The German National Tourist Board launches its 51 UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Historic Modern Germany campaign.
It aims to attract GCC travellers to explore the sites of Germany during the summer season. Germany features 51 World Heritage sites and more than 6,000 museums, offering a wealth of interesting places of cultural and historical significance.
Showcasing a fusion of both its rich history and contemporary appeal, Germany offers a range of experiences where ancient castles, picturesque landscapes, and bustling cities coexist seamlessly.
With its latest campaign, the GNTB seeks to present the country as the ideal summer destination for Gulf travellers, attracting them with a diverse array of attractions, cultural encounters, and adventures. Whether it is in the city or countryside, Germany’s culture is honoured and preserved, providing inspiration for the future.
Under 51 UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Historic Modern Germany, the country is boosting its palaces, castles, nature, gardens, architecture, design, churches, abbeys, cultural heritage, and historical town centres.
Under this campaign, explorers can discover the castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust in Bruhl, the Margavial Opera House in Bayreuth, Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Worlitz, Bauhaus sites in Weimar Dessau and Bernau, Cologne Cathedral and the historic centres of Stralsund and Wismar, among others.
This allows travellers to embrace ‘Germany’s Stay a Little Bit Longer’ initiative and explore many of the country’s regions and make the most of the diverse experiences each has to offer.
Travellers can also make the most of GNTB’s interactive map, which allows them to immerse in the richness of Germany. The tool enables visitors to seamlessly organise and blend their exploration of any of the 51 UNESCO World Heritage Sites with city excursions and natural landscapes, unveiling a remarkable culture that has been preserved across hundreds of generations.
“We are thrilled to promote our latest campaign, 51 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Historic.Modern.Germany, and invite GCC travellers to embark on a journey through the country’s wealth of cultural and historical sites,” said Yamina Sofo, Director at the Dubai-based German National Tourist Office.
Germany has always been at the forefront of promoting sustainability to its travellers, and it is without question that the country offers a range of initiatives and activities, through which travellers can explore in a sustainable manner, from using public transport to selecting eco-certified hotels.