What’s New in Germany?

What’s New in Germany?

New 5-star Hotel in Munich
The Andaz Munich Schwabinger Tor, by Hyatt, just opened its doors in the trendy area of Schwabing. The property’s 277 guest rooms, over 6,500 square feet of event space, the Lonely Broccoli restaurant, and M’Uniqo, Munich’s highest bar and roof-top terrace, offer new choices for sophisticated guests.

Messe Berlin opens hub27
Messe Berlin (Berlin Trade Fair) has upgraded its facilities with the addition of hub27, opening summer 2019. The hub27 offers plenty of meeting space, including a rooftop terrace, and will host conventions, trade shows and other events.

American Airlines adds Flights from Philadelphia to Berlin
American Airlines has added a new long-haul route from Philadelphia to Berlin (TXL) operating four times a week starting June 7, 2019.

Well Situated – Frasers Suites Hamburg
Frasers Suites Hamburg is a new luxury property situated in one of Hamburg’s most prestigious neighborhoods. Some of the city’s famous tourist attractions, such as the Speicherstadt Warehouse District (UNESCO World Heritage), Miniature Wonderland, Elbphilharmonie, and Lake Alster, are just a short stroll away. The five-star hotel offers 154 guest rooms and three exclusive function rooms.

New Culture and Convention Center in Baden-Württemberg
The new culture and convention center in Baden-Württemberg, the Carmen Wüeurth Forum, can accommodate a wide variety of events, including conventions, trade shows, meetings and celebrations. It is a unique combination of art and culture, economic know-how, all surrounded by nature, including its very own sculpture garden. The Forum is located between the cities of Frankfurt and Stuttgart.

Did You Know?

Bauhaus is celebrating its 100-year anniversary. The Bauhaus was a German art school operational from 1919 to 1933 that combined crafts and the fine arts and was famous for its unique approach to design.

Germany has 309 Michelin Star rated restaurants.

There are 125,000 miles of tagged hiking trails throughout Germany. This includes a 703 mile footpath along the former border between East and West Germany.

Germany is ranked 4th out of 188 countries in livability, according to the Human Development Index (HDI).

German Purity Law regulating the ingredients in beer production, is the oldest food law regulation in the world. There are up to 6,000 kinds of beer produced currently in Germany.