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News about our city and cultural tour offers

In this section we publish current news and latest information about our offers for tour operators, groups and clubs as well as about our incoming services. Furthermore we would like to let you know more about the team working on our city and cultural tours. We wish you an enjoyable read of our news.

AugustusTours at World Travel Market in London

18 September 2019
Save the date: From 4th to 6th November 2019, AugustusTours will be attending the World Travel Market in London and welcomes everyone who is interested in active, city and cultural tours for groups or clubs to Germany. We would like to use this opportunity to meet long-term partners as well as to get to know new business associates.

Mahler-Festival 2021 in Leipzig

16 September 2019
Gustav Mahler is one of the most important composers of the late Romantic period and is also regarded as the most influential reformer of the musical theatre. He was born in 1860 in Kalischt, today's Czech Republic, as the second oldest of 14 children. The highly gifted Jewish composer and conductor gave music lessons at the age of  6 and went to the Vienna Conservatory at only 15 years old. This was followed by an outstanding career as a conductor and opera director, which took him to numerous cities over the years, including Kassel, Prague, Budapest, Hamburg and Leipzig. His years in Vienna, however, marked a high point in his career. There he introduced the modern opera production, which combined modern stage sets, music and action to create a holistic experience. Mahler was also strongly influenced during his work in Leipzig. There he began to compose his symphonies, which remain world-famous to this day. On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of his death, the Mahler Festival will be held in Leipzig in 2021. From the 13th until the 24th of May 2021, ten of the greatest national and international orchestras will perform at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig, presenting all his symphonies and other orchestral works. Musicians from German cities, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Austria will travel to Leipzig for the performances and enchant you with the sounds of the symphonies. We still have some tickets left and would be happy to organize your group trip to Leipzig!

FamTrip to Dresden

18 June 2019
On the occasion of the 42nd Dresden Music Festival (DMF), a FamTrip to Dresden was organized in cooperation with the Dresden Marketing Corporation and AugustusTours – this year it was all about music. Read on for more information about the programme..

250 Years of Ludwig van Beethoven in 2020

09 May 2019
Ludwig van Beethoven ranks to be the most frequently played classical composer and pioneer of Romantic music. He was born in Bonn in 1770 – being baptised on the 17th December the same year. Being not older than seven, Beethoven already performed in public for the first time and soon afterwards made a name of himself being a piano virtuoso. His relocation from Bonn to Vienna led Beethoven to Joseph Haydn, Johann Georg Albrechtsberger and Antonio Salieri. Due to difficulties hearing which, in the course of time, had even led to deafness, Beethoven focused more and more on composing. Thereby, he strived for every single note and had to rework and improve his works over and over again. From all his accomplishments, his nine symphonies stand out the most.

The Kissinger Summer 2020

06 May 2019
From June 19th  until July 19th 2020, for the 34th time, the Kissinger Summer is attracting music enthusiasts from near and far to come to the spa town.

AugustusTours on further training in Weimar and Eisenach

22 March 2019
We make sure each and every one of your group tours is a resounding success by constantly refreshing and expanding our knowledge of all our destinations. Thuringia is simply bursting with culture! Because there is always a great reason to pay a visit to our neighbours in the “green heart” of Germany, AugustusTours took a trip to Weimar and Eisenach to explore not one but two special highlights.