HAMBURG TOURISMUS GMBH Partnerships and alliances beyond Hamburg

HHT’s success draws from a broad network with numerous strategic and tourism partners. These partnerships and cooperation programmes enable HHT to fully harness and further increase its budgets and its audience reach.

Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH

Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH promotes Berlin's tourist attractions on a global scale. It is the service agency for tourism partners in the relevant markets and an active information broker for the travel industry.

BTW – Bundesverband der Deutschen Tourismuswirtschaft e.V.

BTW, the  Federal Association of the German Tourism Industry,is the umbrella organisation of Germany’s tourism sector and is dedicated to tourism-related matters at both German and European levels.

DEHOGA Hotel- und Gaststättenverband

DEHOGA, the German Hotel and Restaurant Association, represents the interests of 5,000 hospitality establishments in Hamburg and is dedicated to supporting stakeholders from the tourism sector.


DERTOUR, the market leader in city travel, offers modular holidays in more than 1,100 hotels and 210 cities worldwide. In addition, DERTOUR provides numerous other services, such as tickets for musicals and museums as well as transfers and sightseeing tours.

Deutsches Küstenland e.V. – Top of Germany

Under the umbrella of Deutsches Küstenland, the five federal states of Northern Germany have joined forces to market the region e.g. in Russia and Italy.

DRV – Deutscher Reiseverband

DRV is the largest association of German travel agencies and tour operators and represents the interests of the travel industry vis-à-vis service providers.

Deutsche Bahn AG

Deutsche Bahn is the largest railway transport and railway infrastructure company in Central Europe. HHT endeavours to promote the arrival of guests by train and therefore maintains a long-standing sales cooperation.

DTV – Deutscher Tourismusverband

DTV is a major network for stakeholders from Germany’s tourism sector, serving as both an information pool and a lobby group for tourism policy at federal level.

GNTB - German National Tourist Board

GNTB is the tourism industry’s national marketing organisation and promotes Germany internationally as a highly diverse and beautiful tourist destination.

ECM – European Cities Marketing

ECM is the leading European tourism network, marketing over 100 European city destinations and representing the interests of stakeholders from city tourism.

GCB – German Convention Bureau e.V.

For more than 30 years, the GCB has been marketing Germany nationally and internationally as an attractive location for conferences, conventions, events and incentives.
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Magic Cities Germany e.V.

The eleven largest metropolitan regions in Germany have come together to form Magic Cities, with the aim of promoting Germany in important overseas markets.

RDA – Internationaler Bustouristik Verband e.V.

RDA represents the bus tourism value chain in all its diversity and promotes modern bus and group tourism through active lobbying.

TUI Deutschland

TUI Deutschland is Europe's leading travel and leisure company and offers holiday packages that are tailored to the needs of guests.

VPR Internationaler Verband der Paketer e. V.

VPR is an association of renowned package tour operators and tourist service providers from the bus and group tourism segment. Package tour operators are wholesalers active in the B2B business (reseller segment) that compile packages comprising tourism-related services as well as individual components such as hotel accommodation, catering, event tickets, and sightseeing visits.

VIR – Verband Internet Reisevertrieb

As an interest group for stakeholders from digital tourism, the association has been campaigning for appropriate framework conditions since 2004, with the aim of supporting digital tourism companies and helping them unleash their innovation potential.


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