Dream Incentive Options in Germany

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Flightseeing over the Neuschwanstein Castle. (Photo credit: Rocco Forte Hotels)

No matter whether incentive groups want to dine alfresco under the Brandenburg Gate, bake their own gingerbread, or visit a world-class vineyard, Germany has incentives to wow everyone. A handful of German CVBs point to their top picks:

Soaring VIP Experiences in Munich
In Munich, attendees can visit the 350+-year-old Bavarian State Opera to meet a world-famous opera singer and enjoy a private performance. Participating in a special beer tasting/brewing course combined with tickets to a VIP table at Oktoberfest is another incentive experience. Attendees can also hop into luxury cars and test drive the world-renowned German automotive engineering on the “romantic road” heading to Neuschwanstein Castle. But perhaps the greatest dream incentive available is to take the helicopter offered at The Charles Hotel, to see the aforementioned castle from a whole different viewpoint and skip the traffic. munich.travel

Gingerbread-making class in Nuremberg. (Photo credit: Wicklein GmbH & Co. KG)

Seasonal Highlights Delight in Nuremberg
During advent season, the best way to learn about Nuremberg’s history is to charter a vintage tramway and tour the festively decorated city. Attendees can take a warm seat, enjoy the charming city views passing by slowly, drink a glass of mulled wine and taste some of the famous Nuremberg gingerbread. There’s even the opportunity to book a DIY gingerbread baking class—attendees can take their self-made treats and secret recipe home. For adventurous attendees, the 370,000-sq.-ft. AIRTIME Trampoline Park is the perfect spot. Attendees can challenge their colleagues at the different areas of the dodgeball arena, the main court or the half pipe. nuernberg-convention.de

Motor World Region in Stuttgart.

Drive it—Sports Car Driving Experience in Stuttgart Region
A top choice for an incentive experience in Stuttgart is driving a Porsche, AMG or Tesla through breathtaking landscapes and the Autobahn. Or, attendees can explore Gottlieb Daimler’s birth house and the famous greenhouse; and visit Europe’s largest Mercedes-Benz factory. Better yet, why not be treated like royals at the largest German Baroque palace, or get dressed by one’s own personal shopping assistant. There’s also the opportunity to indulge in an exclusive dinner within the exhibition of the futuristic Mercedes-Benz Museum; or why not spend the night sleeping in a Mercedes-Benz, Beetle or Carwash. congress.stuttgart-tourist.de

River cruise in Frankfurt. (Photo credit: #meetfrankfurt, Holger Ullmann)

Frankfurt, a City of Contrasts
Did you know that half of Frankfurt’s total surface area is made up of green spaces? Frankfurt is a city of contrasts, and so are the incentive opportunities. It is possible to explore Frankfurt and its surrounding area in a sustainable sports-car and to visit a monastery, including a wine tour afterwards—all on the same day. Another beautiful side of Frankfurt comes out after dark when a sparkling skyline illuminates the night sky. Attendees can enjoy a typical Frankfurt dinner at a cozy apple wine pub in Old Sachsenhausen after their exciting day and then head off on a river cruise, sailing past nighttime Frankfurt. frankfurt-tourismus.de

Sightseeing in Hamburg. (Photo credit: www.mediaserver.hamburg.de Escape Filmproduktion)

Climb from the Ordinary in Hamburg
Want to give your incentive groups an adventure they will be hard-pressed to forget? How about climbing on the mast of the largest museum ship in the world or diving into an exquisite world of culinary delights within Hamburg’s historic UNESCO warehouse district? Here you can experience coffee and tea seminars, spice workshops, and chocolate praline courses. Of course, it goes without saying that the Elbphilharmoniez—Hamburg’s new iconic landmark—is always a must-stop. Besides taking in a concert at one of the world’s largest and acoustically advanced concert halls, attendees can enjoy beer tastings while enjoying panoramic views. Another experience worth checking out are the Airbus Tours where the wide body A380 aircraft are customized. hamburg-convention.com

Estrel Berlin.

Your “All Under One Roof” Solution
From walled to world city, Berlin offers world-class music, design, art, culture, and fashion. Planners and guests alike will be pleased with the upscale “all under one roof” solution of the Estrel Berlin. With over 1,000 four-star-plus hotel rooms, the Estrel Berlin. With over 1,000 four-star-plus hotel rooms, three onsite restaurants, tandem Atrium bars and welcoming Summer Garden, guests stay at the same property with no compromise on luxury. The Estrel Congress Center’s extensive function space and “Estreltainment” possibilities via the Estrel Festival Center enhance the portfolio, enabling a professionally orchestrated rewards program. estrel.com

Maritim proArte Berlin.

Exceptional Opportunities at the Maritim Hotels in Berlin
In addition to exceptional hotels and meeting spaces, Maritim Hotels in Berlin can help create memorable nearby dining experiences for groups of 100-1,000. Minutes from Maritim’s Hotel Berlin, groups can experience a one-of-a-kind reception and dinner at the Airport Berlin-Brandenburg, a buffet dinner at the historic U3 Tunnel at Potsdamer Platz, or a gala at the Charlottenburg Palace for up to 300. Near the Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin, groups can enjoy an open-air gala meal at Brandenburg Gate, a gala dinner for 300 at the Federal Foreign Office, or an unforgettable dining experience at the “ZDF Zollernhof,” the capital TV studio. maritim.com


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