As Europe’s biggest economy, with an 82.67-million-person population and $4.2 trillion GDP, Germany is a major international business player.
Take a look at our handy guides for some of our most popular business travel destinations to get the most of your trip.
We've all dreamed of making it in New York, of sitting on terrace steps in Brooklyn on a dreamy summer's afternoon, exploring the rows of perfectly manicured streets in Manhattan, of seeing the awe-inspiring skyline from Top of the Rock.
Not every city gets a TV show named after it, so it's no wonder that Dallas revels in its larger than life reputation. But behind the whip crackin', barbeque smokin', open carryin' exterior, there's a ton of layers to discover in Texas' favourite city.
Whether it's heritage downtown streetscapes, sandy beaches of Santa Monica, Mexican street markets or exclusive restaurants made for star-spotting, Los Angeles is a city of many moods.
Neon lit streetscapes, timeless temples and one of the world’s most exciting food scenes, it's no wonder everyone falls head over heels for Tokyo.
Tuk tuks are out and hipster dining is in. Thailand’s colourful capital never stops reinventing itself.
The city of high flyers, high achievers, and high rent. When you think Australian icons, you probably think Sydney – and it’s not difficult to see why.
Australia’s favourite riverside city has shrugged off its sleepy reputation and reinvented itself as a buzzing destination.
There’s a lot more to Shanghai than that distinctive skyline. From museums to world-class dining, there is always something to discover in this city that endlessly reinvents itself.
With sleek skyscrapers and ancient temples, Hong Kong is a dazzling blend of old and new. Check out our guide to sampling the city’s full range of flavours.
Buzzing laneways, beautiful beaches, and plenty of artistic treasures. Adelaide has a few surprises up its sleeve.
Few cities are as complex and as captivating as London. Here’s how to make the most of a work trip to England’s capital.