Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Frankfurt Await

From co-working spaces to castles …  wow hotels to wine tastings … hot cars to happening eats ….   This Year’s GCB Edu Trip Promises  Aaahh’s… and Ah-Ha Moments

Not 1 or 2, but 3 German Cities to Explore! #MeetGermany in August! 

This year’s trip will give you an overview of an entire region of Germany while you visit Stuttgart, Nuremberg, and Frankfurt! 

During your 6-day trip, you will walk through medieval walls, discover where Germany’s automotive spirit comes from and experience the tastes of the region while wandering through the new old town! Here are some details!

When? 

August 20 – 26th 2018 (departure from the US/Canada on august 19th) 

What…is included?

  • Roundtrip flights to Germany, courtesy of our Strategic Partner Lufthansa 
  • Delicious meals 
  • 1st class tickets on the German Railway (Deutsche Bahn) system 
  • Tours of three cities 
  • Accommodation at 4 and 5 Star Properties 

Sounds like an intriguing experience!? Submit an application by April 27th, as space is limited! More information below! 

Prost! (Germany’s answer to Cheers!)

Linda Nuss

* An administrative fee of $150 is required to secure your attendance

Linda Nuss
Regional Manager USA/Canada

+1 212-661 4582

© Uwe Niklas
© Uwe Niklas

Nuremberg … An Ancient City with Innovative Appeal!

In this fascinating city featuring original walls from the 15th century you’ll feel right up to speed with right now!

  • Hang your hat at the Meridian Grand Hotel Nuremberg that fuses art deco glam with historic old town cool.
  • Sync brains at the Economic Development Office on local expertise and innovation in tech, medical, research, sports, toys and other industries you can tap into for your meetings and conferences. Experience why Nuernberg is the home of human rights while touring the Courtroom 600.
  • Together we will cook our dinner at Cookionista and see what pencils and a castle have in common at Faber-Castell.
  • Check out hip co-working spaces at the Design Offices Nurnberg City.

 

 

Stuttgart … A City on the Move, Literally & Figuratively!

You don’t have to be a car nut to love the innovative vibe in this dynamic city not to mention the yummy wine region just on the outskirts!

  • Stay at the Maritim Stuttgart with the historic Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle (Riding Hall) dating back to 1885 (think style of the Italian Renaissance - gorgeous!)
  • Rev your idea engine at the spectacular Porsche Museum; experience 130 years of automotive history at the Mercedes-Benz Museum, and check out the adult sized car beds at the V8 Hotel @MotorWorld Region Stuttgart a classic car heaven.
  • Learn what makes the expertise & meetings hub Airport Messe Stuttgart unique and check out the Digital Innovation Lab a cool location for Design Thinking and the first of its kind in Germany.
  • Drink in the funky vibe with a view at the new Jaz Stuttgart hotel, stroll around Palace Square and enjoy authentic local cuisine.

Last But Not Least …

© vision photos Rainer Klostermeier
© vision photos Rainer Klostermeier
© #visitfrankfurt, Holger Ullmann
© #visitfrankfurt, Holger Ullmann

Frankfurt … A City where Traditional meets Modern!

Get a fresh view on this famous city with historic and cool modern downtown locations … not to mention a delicious jaunt to the nearby Rheingau Wine Region.

  • Enjoy a lively evening at the Museum Embankment Festival, an event that pays tribute to Frankfurt’s magnificent museum landscape and majestic waterway with a unique combination of culture and the arts, music, dance, theater and cuisine.
  • See some of the most extraordinary event locations including FLOWCATION what was once an automotive workshop, a brick factory turned into Vintage car haven, the Klassikstadt, and a magnificent 19th-century society house in Frankfurt’s Botanical Gardens, the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten.
  • See where the Riesling comes from in the Rhine River Valley, Germanys Nappa Valley! Taste wine in an old Monastery, Kloster Eberbach, where a trailer for Game of Thrones was filmed.
  • Rest and revive at the 5 Star Rocco Forte’s Villa Kennedy, a lusciously restored grand family home from 1901 that was named after JFK’s 1963 visit. Did we mention it has a 4- level spa?

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** Itinerary subject to change