Brits should consider booking cheap flights to Ger

first_imgBrits should consider booking cheap flights to Germany to explore the country’s cosmopolitan hubs, the nation’s tourism office has said.According to the organisation, the traditional image of the country is one of beer, imposing castles and cuckoo clocks – but it has now emerged as a hip and cutting-edge destination.Klaus Lohmann, the director of the German National Tourist Office in the UK and Ireland, said that now is an excellent time to “rediscover Germany’s cosmopolitan hubs” even if tourists have been to the country a number of times before.Throughout the year, it has been promoting the theme of Creative Germany, which is aiming to highlight the nation’s flair for design and architecture.”The aim of the campaign is to promote Germany as a contemporary and cultural holiday destination,” Mr Lohmann explained.”Germany already has an image for innovation, technical and design excellence and we want to encourage British travellers to go and see for themselves what a creative and innovative place this country is.”This year, the Ruhr’s Essen is sharing the European Capital of Culture title with Istanbul in Turkey and Pecs in Hungary.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedMore Brits booking flights to GermanyMore Brits booking flights to GermanyEgypt becomes more popular with families this half termFamilies could book flights to Egypt because the country offers a variety of activities aimed at children and adults.Travellers no longer view Iceland as expensive, ABTA saysMore travellers could be booking flights to Iceland because people no longer think the country is an expensive place to visitlast_img read more