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Quick Facts

💰Currency Euro (€)
🔄Exchange Rate US$1 = €0.92
💬Language German
🗣️English Fluency Moderate
🏙️Capital Berlin
👥Population 83 million
🚘Driving Side right
🔌Plugs C, F
🕑Time Central European Time (UTC+01:00)
🍽️Must-Try Bratwurst, Sauerkraut, Pretzels, Schnitzel, Black Forest Cake

Backpacker Budget: US$48 ( 44)

Hostel Dorm US$20 ( 18)
Takeaway Meal US$5 ( 5)
Public transport US$3 ( 3)
Long-distance bus US$30 ( 28)
Entrance Fee US$10 ( 9)
Beer US$3 ( 3)

When to go?

January - March Low Season
April - June Shoulder Season
July - August High Season
September - October Shoulder Season
November - December Low Season

What's unique?

Welcome to Germany, a country where history and innovation coexist in perfect harmony. Known for its breathtaking landscapes, vibrant cities, and rich cultural heritage, Germany offers a diverse range of experiences for travelers. Berlin, the capital city, is a melting pot of art, music, and history. From the iconic Brandenburg Gate to the remnants of the Berlin Wall, every corner tells a story waiting to be discovered.

Beyond the bustling city life lies the picturesque countryside dotted with fairytale castles such as Neuschwanstein Castle and charming medieval towns like Rothenburg ob der Tauber.

Germany is also famous for its world-class engineering marvels. Visit Munich to witness stunning architecture at BMW Welt or explore Stuttgart's Mercedes-Benz Museum for a glimpse into automotive excellence.

No visit to Germany would be complete without indulging in its culinary delights. Sample traditional Bavarian pretzels and sausages while enjoying an authentic beer experience at one of Munich's beer gardens.

Whether you're exploring historic sites or immersing yourself in modern culture, Germany promises something extraordinary at every turn.

Alexanderplatz, Berlin
Alexanderplatz, Berlin

Classic Germany
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    Germany's vibrant capital with rich history and cultural landmarks.

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    Bavaria's capital known for its Oktoberfest and stunning architecture.

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    Famous for its Gothic cathedral and vibrant city life.

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    Germany's second-largest city with a bustling port and maritime history.

Speicherstadt, Hamburg
Speicherstadt, Hamburg

Fun Fact

Germany is home to the world's largest beer festival, Oktoberfest, which attracts millions of visitors every year.


What are some popular tourist destinations in Germany?

Popular tourist destinations in Germany include Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, and Frankfurt.

Is Germany a safe country to visit?

Germany is generally considered a safe country to visit. However, it is always important to take normal safety precautions and be aware of your surroundings.

What are some essential phrases in German?

Some essential phrases in German include 'Guten Tag' (Hello), 'Bitte' (Please), 'Danke' (Thank you), and 'Entschuldigung' (Excuse me).

What's the best way to get around in Germany?

Germany has an excellent public transportation system, including trains, buses, and trams. It is highly recommended to use public transportation for getting around, especially in cities.

Travel Tips

  • Money Cards are accepted universally
  • ATM Fees Most ATMs charge no fees
  • ATMs to avoid (high fees) Euronet
  • Do say 'Prost!' (Cheers!) before taking a sip of your drink.
  • Do remove your shoes when entering someone's home.
  • Don't use Nazi symbols or make jokes about World War II.
  • Don't forget to say 'Danke' (Thank you) after receiving a service.
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