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Germany is the most popular destination for international conferences and meeting events in Europe!

Lets find out WHY;

 

  • The huge diversity of events always makes at stay in Germany worthwhile.
  • With 17 international airports, high-quality roads and extremely well-synchronised rail connections, just getting to Germany is a pleasure.
  • Germany has more cultural activities and places than any other country
  • Germany also has diverse natural landscapes. More than one third of the country’s land area is under some form of protection. With all the national parks, UNESCO biosphere reserves and over 100 nature parks, there are so many national landscapes just waiting to be explored.
  • The capital of Berlin has more bridges than Venice – Berlin boasts 960 bridges and 59.8 square kilometres of water consisting of lakes and around 180 kilometres of navigable waterways. Combined with its surrounding state Brandenburg, it houses Europe’s largest inland water network.
  • Germany is Europe’s second largest beer consumer – Germans drink over 2.55 billion gallons of beer yearly, There are more than 1,200 breweries producing over 5,000 brands of beer.
  • Munich’s Oktoberfest is the world’s biggest folk festival – and there’s rather a lot of beer there, too. Despite its name, Oktoberfest festival actually starts in the last week of September and officially dates back to 1810, when Crown Prince Ludwig threw a party to celebrate his wedding to Princess Terese on October 12.
  • Berlin’s Zoologischer Garten is the largest zoo in the world – Germany also boasts more than 400 registered zoos. Including zoological gardens, wildlife parks, aquariums, bird parks, animal reserves, or safari parkstotal, Germany has nearly 700 facilities.
  • Over 800 million currywurst are eaten in Germany each year – currywurst is a sausage served with a spicy sauce, and is a street food that has become a cult classic in Germany. About 7 million currywurst are eated in Berlin alone. There’s even a museum in Berlin dedicated to the popular snack.