Germany is a key market for international tourism.
THIEL Public Relations helps you reach it.

Current mandates

Connoisseurs Scotland

Connoisseurs Scotland is the leading Scottish luxury marketing group representing 30 of the finest luxury hotels and resorts. THIEL Public Relations is responsible for the group's PR activities in Germany, Austria and and German-speaking Switzerland.

Bohemian-Saxon Switzerland

Bohemian-Saxon Switzerland is one of Europe’s most spectacular natural landscapes. THIEL Public Relations organizes all media and publicity work for this cross-national destination.


Saale-Unstrut is a quality wine-growing and cultural region characterised by the high Middle Ages, located in the heart of Germany.

Saxon Elbland

The Saxon Elbland is a dream for those who enjoy culture: historic towns, cities and vineyards, castles, parks and gardens, Meissen porcelain and fine wines will carry you away into the heyday of the former Electorate of Saxony.

Relais & Châteaux Hotel Bülow Palais & Residenz

The Relais & Châteaux-Hotel Bülow Palais & Residenz is one of Germany's finest addresses. The hotel’s multi award-winning Restaurant Caroussel is highly acclaimed for its fine cuisine of Michelin star chef Benjamin Biedlingmaier and renowned as one of Saxony’s leading gourmet restaurants.

Fortress Königstein

Fortress Königstein is one of the largest mountain fortresses in Europe and is considered one of the most important sites in Germany – with hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world each year.

Exhibition: In lapide regis – Auf dem Stein des Königs

The new permanent exhibition "In lapide regis“ tells the whole, 800 year long story of the famous Festung Königstein for the first time. Research, collecting material and construction took up more than 25 years.

Dresden Spring in the Palace 2016

Dresden Spring in the Palace is the most important spring flower show in Germany. Media and public relations activities for the fifth showing of the exhibition are to be handled by THIEL Public Relations.

Association of Barrier-free Destinations in Germany

As Association of Barrier-free Destinations in Germany, eight holiday regions and cities are breaking new ground to develop offerings for people with restricted mobility and those who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind and the partially-sighted as well as for families and senior citizens.