At the first virtual International Tourism Exchange ITB Berlin NOW from 9 to 12 March visitBerlin will be presenting the city's new attractions - for when travelling will be possible again. The programme for 2021and 2022 includes the Humboldt Forum, the reopening of the New National Gallery, the new opening of the ANOHA Children's World in the Jewish Museum and the Long Night of the Sciences.
At the virtual ITB, visitBerlin will also present its current longing campaign, which aims to attract guests from Germany to the capital. Here, in addition to urbanity, there are countless parks, lakes and gardens, plus the highlights of twelve Berlin neighbourhoods and a diversity of experiences that is second to none - from gastronomy to industrial culture.
In addition to the latest topics, visitBerlin will also be presenting products such as the Berlin CityCards (Berlin WelcomeCard, Berlin WelcomeCard all inclusive, CityTourCard), the Bahnhit (a particularly inexpensive travel package combining travel with Deutsche Bahn, hotel and the Berlin WelcomeCard), the app "ABOUT BERLIN", which tells Berlin's storys, and the hotel initiative pink pillow Berlin Collection, which works closely with the LGBTQ* scene.
With the initiative "Berlin Health Excellence", Berlin presents itself as a location for cutting-edge medicine. Interested visitors can find out about the medical treatment options, the city's tourist attractions and other services for patients abroad. www.berlin-health-excellence.com
visitBerlin's contact persons can be found on the ITB networking tool, which the industry uses to exchange information and ideas
Current tourism figures and infographics are available here.