add on dmc – Germany


add on dmc has been on the market for over 20 years and we know what you need! Our personnel are efficient travel specialists with a wealth of professional experience and linked with all key market players. We offer a complete destination management service that includes innovative ideas and detailed planning. We leave nothing to chance and our on-site presence gives you peace of mind.

We offer you the highest hygienic standards and strictly comply with all the new rules relating to the COVID-19 pandemic to make sure your event is as safe as possible. Our In-House Hygiene Manager does a pre-check of each concept prior to execution.

Besides the infrastructure we can also offer you additional services such as brandings, print material and digital solutions for your event.

And, by the way, we are an international team. At your request we can arrange to have all communication conducted in German, English, French or Italian.

So, let us be your “add on” in Germany!


Stefanie Franssen


Berlin is a hip, trendsetting metropolis. The amazing combination of history and future makes the city so exciting. Berlin is known for its fashion, design, architecture, endless nightlife and amazing incentive and conference possibilities.

Berlin is Germany’s trendsetter in every domain – when it comes to creativity only the sky’s the limit. You can find a lot of start-up companies here with amazing ideas. Also shown in the Berlin Culture Scene which has always something new to perform. From tiny basement clubs to industrial techno temples, concert halls and fancy beer gardens, Berlin delivers fantastic nightlife experiences.

Berlin has so much to see, do and experience that it is hard to choose. Whether you do a boat trip on the River Spree, an entertaining city tour with an old Trabant-Car, whether you step into Germany’s rich history or do a Graffiti Workshop, you will definitely enjoy your activity.

Frankfurt & Rhine Valley

Frankfurt is the gate to Germany. The convention and trade fair city in the heart of Europe. A European banking metropolis – with a charming, historical touch. Also known as “Mainhattan”.

Here you can find fantastic conference facilities next to the Germany’s biggest airport. At the same time, the city offers amazing event locations and a lot of high class restaurants all within the city center. One of the sightseeing highlights is the newly constructed “Old Town” which shows the medieval charm of the metropolis.

Just 30 km away you can step out to the Rhine Valley with its beautiful wineries, boat trips and castle, one of Germany’s most beautiful regions.

Hamburg & Baltic Sea

Hamburg considers itself as one of the most beautiful cities in the world and radiates an incomparable charm. In this northern city it’s all about water. Whether on the banks of the River Elbe with one of Europe’s most important port, around the Alster or on the small canals throughout the city. The city’s scene & nightlife are known all over the world and Hamburg is also a great shopping metropolis.

Hamburg can very well be combined with the northern sea regions. Discover unique landscapes such as the Island of Sylt in the North Sea where you can experience endless sandy beaches together with a very chic lifestyle. Or find nice little villages at the Baltic Sea with perfect hotel infrastructure.

Munich & Mountains

Munich is so much more than just “Bayern Munich Football club” and the “Oktoberfest”. Here you can find Bavarian lifestyle in a mixture of traditions and high society – just a stone’s throw away from the Alps

For many, Germany’s third largest city reflects the character of a post card village. In the well-preserved historical center you find charming little pedestrian streets, beautiful old churches and small authentic shops that give an idea of the city’s long tradition of Bavarian culture. With an impressive range of top-class museums, theaters and the famous Munich Opera House, Munich is one of Europe’s centers of arts and music.

Not far away, you can find the Lakes of Starnberg, Ammersee and Chiemsee as well as the famous Neuschwanstein Castle, and Germany’s highest summit Zugspitze.