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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.
These four venues are all scheduled to debut in Berlin in the next year, offering attendees a glimpse into the city's booming cultural arts scene.
Groups can meet in a 100-year-old pumping station amidst massive engines painted green and red in the station’s former engine room.
Estrel Berlin, Europe's largest hotel, convention and entertainment centre, is also one of the most sustainable gigs in town.
visitBerlin's new event format is expanding the horizon for green meetings.
Attendees can see and taste the natural herbs and berries growing in the forest—most of which have been used by locals to create natural remedies for infection, pain and sickness.
The historic Oderberger Strasse bathhouse, established in 1902 in the city’s Prenzlauer Berg district, was revamped as Hotel Oderberger at the beginning of the year.
For the 11th consecutive year, the International Congress and Convention Association has ranked Germany as Europe’s top association meeting destination.
"The MINI Story" is a special exhibit running though January 2016.
Stuttgart's electromobility industries define the very concept of innovation.
HafenCity is presently the largest urban redevelopment project in Europe.
The Unilever Hamburg headquarters overlooking the Elbe River is one of Germany's most innovative office buildings, which was also designed to be used as a venue for visiting groups.
From 2006 to 2013, foreign attendees participating in German meetings and events jumped from 14.3 million to 23.4 million.
After years of anticipation, visitBerlin Convention Bureau announced the opening this week of the new CityCube Berlin on the grounds of the ICC.
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