The German government is preparing to welcome tourists from the Rabaic countries in the Middle East;
These countries form the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and all of them are Arabic.
Germany expects to receive a huge number of tourists as Eid al-Fitr approaches. It is one of the two major Eids or holidays in Islam.
Eid day marks the end of Ramadan, which Muslims fast or do not eat from sunset to sunrise.
Arabic countries like Germany due to its architecture, football culture, industry, and natural wonders as Arabic countries are mostly desert.
Many Muslims live in Germany, and Arabs have relatives there. Besides the wonders, there is the Blue Mosque in Hamburg. It is one of the oldest Islamic buildings in the country, which can hold 1.500 people.
The carpet is a handicraft from Persia originally. An old carpet in the Blue Mosque took three years to complete, and 22 people had to work on it to tie 80 million knots.
Sonnenallee street in Berlin gets called “Arab Street,” and they feel at home by visiting this street. But the restaurant serves versatile types of food that is high in quality and taste.
All the food they serve is Halal, which means permitted to eat by God.
Arabic coffee that is bitter is the artwork you can find in Sonnenallee.
Other areas of Berlin alos provide a great food experience to Arabs:
From Turkish tastes to different European types, you can find in these areas.
Thuringia Bach Festival in honor of Johann Sebastian Bach will be held from May 5. There will be 47 concerts in the city that you can enjoy.
People who want to enter Germany need the following and the officials have not lift the restrictions;
The mandatory rule to wear a facial mask and presenting a vaccination certificate in public places has been removed:
Post-covid-19 Germany has business opportunities, and Arabs might be able to close a deal.