Apple likes German tourist board app

App lets visitors discover 100 most popular sites in Germany

Apple has placed the new “Top 100” app from the German National Tourist Board on its New and Noteworthy page online in Germany. “Top 100” is featured in Apple’s editorial section of the latest and most interesting apps, as recommended by them. Since its launch in mid-August, almost 3,000 downloads have been recorded, with the highest ratio so far from China, followed by the USA and Japan.
This is the first ever mobile app launched by the German National Tourist Board. It enables visitors to discover the 100 most popular sites in Germany, as identified by an online survey conducted by the board at the beginning of the year. All of the country’s 16 states are represented and the app, available in German and English, features a range of different natural and cultural sights.
[pictured: Herrenchiemsee, 60 km from Munich; Bavarian tourism]


Check Also

Iceland, over-tourism, manage, tourism, Reykjavik, Wow Air, Blue Lagoon, report, Skift, Isavia, Icelandic Tourist Board

New report on tourism’s impact on Iceland

The challenges Iceland faces in the tourism revolution

destination, Malaysia, tourism, ITB Berlin, 2019, partner, official, contract, UNESCO, Kinabalu, George Town

Tourist boards have a say in route planning

How tourist boards can make the case for a new route

Coxs Bazar, Bangladesh, beach, investment, tender, development, tourism, business

Bangladesh draws up first tourism masterplan

Cox’s Bazar has one of the world’s longest beaches

Singapore, marketing, tourism, initiative, funds, money

Singapore launches new marketing initiative

Tourism board offers money for innovative campaign ideas

Seychelles, tourism, trade, business, tourist board, new, website, minister, Maurice Loustau-Lalanne, Sherin Francis, travel agent

Seychelles launches new tourism website

Tourist board aims to gain more visibility from visitors and trade

arran, spain, anti-tourism protest, bus, boat, yacht, mass tourism, violent, warning, travel, resort, crowd, Barcelona, Parma

Tourists may face “real violence” in Spain

Anti-tourism protests escalate across the country