German Tourism

On behalf of the German federal government, the German National Tourist Office has been working internationally to promote Germany as a travel destination for more than 60 years. It communicates the diverse appeal of the country, thereby promoting a strong and attractive Destination Germany

Saxon Switzerland National Park: Rock arch in the Uttewalde valley

Feeling Fearless? Accessible activities to excite and inspire you.

Did you know that in Germany, you can try accessible skiing, cycling for the blind, explore scented gardens or jump on a jet ski? You can delve deep into a coal mine or feel on top of the world in Frankfurt’s famous “Main” tower?

National Park Jasmund

Natural landscapes: experience – enjoy – relax

Destination Germany has a wealth of natural landscapes, many of them virtually untouched by the hand of man. Diverse and often unique flora and fauna create an unforgettable experience for the visitor.

Borkum Island/ North Sea: wheelchair user by the sea

Discover Germany - BarrierFree

Welcome to BarrierFree Germany – where everyone should be able to travel with enjoyment, with ease and ‘without barriers’. BarrierFree means you can explore anything from national parks to a wealth of hands-on museums, sports experiences and everything else in between.

In the Bliesgau UNESCO-Biosphere Reserve

Destination Germany – for a sustainable holiday experience

For generations, Germany has sought to preserve its extraordinary natural and cultural treasures. This is clear today from the diverse range of unspoilt landscapes, from the outstanding cultural monuments and from the vibrant local traditions.