Compass Tours Incoming

Germany´s premier DMC & Inbound Tour Operator since 1974

Entire Germany

Through its offices in all regions of Germany Compass Tours Incoming covers the entire country.

24/7 Phone support

Compass Tours Incoming is well-known for its accessible destination managers. During the project & event our support is 24/7

The DMC & Inbound Tour Operator with 4 own offices all over Germany

The Inbound Tour operator and Destination Management Company that covers the whole of Germany with 4 own offices. The well-trained staff in Berlin – Frankfurt – Hamburg and Munich are your local experts for each and every city and region. Since 1974, the company has specialised in organising:

Among the Top 25 DMCs

Compass Tours Incoming was named one of the Top 25 Destination Management Companies worldwide by Special Events Magazine, the “official and premier magazine of the special events industry in North America,” according to the International Special Events Society (ISES.) DMCs were selected for this prestigious list based on number of events handled per year, annual revenue from DMC services, overall capabilities and noteworthy events. The company is the only pure German DMC who has the distinction of appearing on the Top 25 DMCs ever. Managing Director Michael Kater said, “We are very honored to be named as a ‘Top 25’ Destination Management

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Compass Tours Incoming - Kater MICE & Tours GmbH

Compass Tours Incoming - Kater MICE & Tours GmbH

DMC/Inbound Tour Operator for Germany

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Lighting candles on the Advent wreath – where does the tradition come from?

A typical Christmas tradition here in Germany is having an Advent wreath. It is usually made from branches of fir tree, ornamented with Christmas decoration, and crowned with four candles. On each of the four Advent Sundays before Christmas we light one more candle. Taking our Sunday coffee or tea with Christmas cakes and cookies in the warm glow of the candles is how we warm up to the Christmas holidays.

The origins of the Advent wreath date back to the times of pagan Germanic rites. The shape of the wheel may have referred to the sun and its return after winter. Lighting the candles meant to drive away the darkness. Later, it announces the coming of the messiah. Yet, the Advent wreath, as we know it today, goes back to Johann Hinrich Wichern in the beginning of the 19th century. Wichern was a Protestant pastor and founder of an urban mission in Hamburg that is still thriving today. His “Wichern”-wreath encouraged poor children and eased their excitement before Christmas.

This week, we followed the kind invitation of our colleagues at Hotel Hilton Munich Park. They held a creative Christmas workshop and taught us to braid our own Christmas wreaths. It took time, practice, and guidance by a professional florist. The result of this memorable evening brought the spirit of this season to our Munich office. Thanks for having us @hiltonmunichpark

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3 days ago
45

Years of experience

4

Own offices in Germany

10.000

Customers served

75

Client countries

60.000

Guests each year

Selected destinations in Germany

German destinations

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