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Ferien auf zwei Rädern:

Holidaying on two wheels

On its Brand Card at ITB Berlin NOW the delightful Tauber Valley also has information on two very popular cycle routes

This year the tourism organisation Liebliches Taubertal (delightful Tauber Valley) is celebrating 30 years of the Main-Tauber-Franconian cycle route that follows a figure of eight. Covering more than 400 kilometres, this circular route crosses the valleys of the rivers Tauber and Main. It is designed for riders who can cycle long distances and want different accommodation every night.

This figure-of-eight route connects two popular cycle...

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5.000 Jahre Geschichte in Form kompakter Kurse und Touren

Crash courses and touring 5,000 years of history

Traces of Greece has information on its Brand Card about academic and private tours of the country’s history

For the first time ever in Greece esteemed professors of the University of Athens (UoA), the country’s oldest and internationally most recognised university, have joined forces with their specialist knowledge to give culturally interested visitors a tour of the places that laid the foundations of western civilisation and Christianity.

Traces of Greece is the result of a partnership between UoA and Argo Travel, the country’s oldest...

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ITB Berlin NOW, Wasaline, Umeå, Vaasa, Kvarken, Aurora Botnia

The world’s most climate-friendly ferry goes into service

At ITB Berlin NOW on its Brand Card, Wasaline is presenting the new Aurora Botnia, which operates between Vaasa in Finland and Umeå in Sweden

This new ferry boasts a modern and fresh-looking interior in natural colours – work that was undertaken by Kudos Design. The designers took their inspiration from the Islands of the Kvarken Archipelago, the endless expanse of fields, the natural landscape of Västerbotten and the traditional handicrafts of the region. On its three-and-a-half hour journey the ferry passes through the Kvarken Skärgård, a...

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Für die Förderung eines verantwortungsvollen Tourismus: Turismo de Portugal präsentiert auf seiner Brand Card der ITB Berlin NOW unter anderem eine neue Kampagne für Nachhaltigkeit

Supporting socially responsible tourism

Turismo de Portugal is presenting a new campaign for sustainable tourism on its Brand Card at ITB Berlin NOW

With its campaign entitled #CantSkipTomorrow, Turismo de Portugal is making an appeal to support socially responsible and sustainable tourism. The appeal is directed at various markets, including Germany. Videos targeting individual countries not only show the country’s natural attractions and beauty, but also highlight the moment the future meets today. Taking the slogan "Tomorrow is today", the presenter appeals to tourists’ consciences and the...

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Refreshingly new: Saxony’s lake districts

Saxony is famous for both its cultural treasures and natural beauty. Many people are unaware that the Lusatian and Leipzig Lake Districts are travel destinations made in paradise. They are beautiful regions whose leisure attractions lure visitors in search of both adventure and relaxation. Where once coal diggers tore up the ground, forming huge craters, today sailing boats glide along the water, and surfers, wakeboarders and standup paddle boarders criss-cross the turquoise lakes.

The Lusatian Lake District: a...

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HÄME REGION – THE HEARTLAND OF HAPPINESS!

Häme region is a truly unique place. Häme region is an amazing combination of nature and cultural landscapes with a lot of space to spend a safe and relaxing holiday. Enjoy clean air, water, a lush environment, history, culture and good services – all at the same time.

Häme is a historical region located at the very heart of Southern Finland within an hour’s drive from HelsinkiTampere and ...

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From Zero Carbon Gin to Wild Wellness – Reconnect with Scotland Responsibly in 2021/2022

Wednesday, 10 March 2021

16:00 - 16:30

Press Conferences 1

Tune in for a great overview of what you can expect from Scotland in 2021/2022 – from our responsible tourism drive to new openings and upcoming themed years – as well as an opportunity to ask all your questions. The Scottish tourism industry has been working hard to welcome visitors from all over the world once again when the...

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9th Accessible Tourism Day

The 9th Accessible Tourism Day is taking place from 10.20 am to 3:30 pm on Friday, 12 March 2021 in addition to the ITB NOW congress (online).

The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) expects again international visitors to attend the “9. Accessible Tourism Day”, including representatives from politics, the international travel industry, destination marketing organisations, associations, universities and the media.

This year, the event will focus on how tourism experiences can be made possible for people with disabilities, even in times of a pandemic, and on the associated...

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Wilde Tiere, bunte Natur und viel Kultur: Namibia präsentiert seine Vielfalt auf ITB Berlin NOW

Wildlife, nature in all its diversity and a wealth of culture: Namibia is presenting its many attractions at ITB Berlin NOW

Impressive natural landscapes, wildlife and colourful coastal towns – Namibia offers all these things. As such it is a genuine place of desire. At ITB Berlin NOW the country will be exhibiting all its attractions.

They include the Etosha and Bwabwata national parks and the many state-run and privately owned nature reserves where tourists can admire golden savannah landscapes, craggy mountain and rock landscapes and lush river surroundings – perfect settings for amateur photographers. Namibia’s fascinating animal kingdom with its giraffes, apes, elephants, delphins, seals and many...

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New outstanding exhibitions in 2021: Bavaria’s palaces are presenting their highlights at ITB Berlin NOW

In 2021 numerous highlights await visitors to Bavaria’s palaces – and at ITB Berlin NOW the Bavarian administration of state-owned palaces, gardens and lakes is reporting on what has been going on these last weeks and months.

The fully refurbished episcopal quarters of the New Residence Bamberg were re-opened in autumn 2020 and new exhibition rooms were created in many houses. At the Residence in Ansbach for instance, a new permanent exhibition entitled “No duke without a horse“ awaits visitors.

In future, visitors to the Marstallmuseum at Nymphenburg Palace...

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