Southwest Germany, officially a federal state Baden-Württemberg, is a beautiful part of the country offering rolling hills and valleys, ancient art caves and forests, large and small rivers and lakes, as well as cities, castles, castles, medieval monasteries and exceptional food and wine (think 85 stars Michelin). The type, according to Baden-Württemberg State Tourism Board, means that visitors can have a total and in-depth German experience in just one visit.
Good to know: SouthWest Germany has created a training tool, named Go Cuckoo, for travel advisors who are interested in learning how to help their clients build a holiday exploring the history and old-world luxury combined with cutting-edge design and facilities.
The specialist program has three courses, including first-time visitors with basic knowledge of where to go for what experiences, including highlights such as famous cities; how to get there by plane, train, bus or car; and adventures and festivals that you can expect at any time of the year. Then there are six special interests on various topics, including regions and cities; tradition and culture; culinary delights; active spotlight; fun for the family; and medical and fitness spas. Finally, there are two additional modules called, “Information Within,” which includes remote track locations as well as routes, drives and cruises.
If your client wants to travel to SouthWest Germany, the easiest way to get there is by flying Stuttgart Airport. Right in the center of the Federal state Baden-WürttembergStuttgart Airport is the sixth largest airport in Germany. That Top Air Restaurant is one of the best restaurants in the region and also the only international airport restaurant in the world that has Michelin star. From the airport, you can rent a car, catch it S-Bahn to high speed ICE or regional train, or take a taxi to the city center, which is only 15 minutes from the airport.