Germany Travel Guide
As this is Yannick’s birth country, he has a wide range of knowledge about Germany. From the bustling cities of Berlin, Hamburg and Munich to small, rural towns all over the country. When you think you’ve seen all of what Germany has to offer, it’ll surprise you with places and natural scenery you never thought existed.
Germany has a lot to offer besides, beer, sausages and mountains (although you can’t come to the country without trying or seeing these things!). Head up north for beautiful secluded beaches on the baltic and north sea coast, or head South-West for great wine regions.
Germany is generally a very safe country to visit. Most of all, always be mindful when visiting large cities and towns due to pickpockets, especially at night.
Currency: Euro (€) Click here for currency conversion rates.
Good to know: Hallo (Hello), Danke (Thank you) and Auf Wiedersehen (Goodbye).
Visa: 90-day Schengen visa on arrival for most nationalities – Click here for more information.
Climate: Fairly warm summers, more mild the closer to the coast and cold winters the closer to the Alps you get. With temperatures reaching up to 35c in summer and as low as -20 in cold alpine areas.
Power Adapters: 2 pin plug – Type F and rarely plug C (Click here for full information).
Global Peace Index: Rank 16th of 163.
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