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Lauscha, Thuringia, Germany — a birthplace of Christmas ornaments

In Central Germany, Thuringia is a birthplace of Christmas traditions: Lauscha, ThuringiaThe state of Thuringia, Germany, is known for its cultural heritage, being home...

Germany Travel: emergencies, medical treatment, doctors & pharmacies

Germany is a highly developed country and its medical capacity and performance is outstanding in the world. Whatever can happen to you while traveling...

Tax-free shopping in Germany for non-EU visitors

Yes, it is existing and you can benefit from it but it is ... complicated and paper-work. Stores will sometimes be experienced in that...

German Wine and Vineyards — Overview of all wine regions

The sun-blessed vineyards of Baden Baden Wine Route -- Geographic Location: Southwest Germany. The Baden Wine Route is incredibly diverse: The Baden wine region stretches like...

Germany Scenic Routes: Weser-Renaissance-Route

Weser Renaissance Route Running for approximately 400 kilometres and designed specifically for visitors travelling by car, the Weser Renaissance Route starts in Hannoversch Münden and...

Germany’s Culinary Routes

German Wine Route (Deutsche Weinstraße) The 85-kilometre German Wine Route goes through the Palatinate (german: Die Pfalz) from the German Wine Gate (Deutsches Weintor) in...

Germany’s Scenic Routes

Cultural travel is for quite a while a huge trend among visitors in Germany. People visiting Germany want to discover new things and broaden...

Schlossplatz, Stuttgart, Germany — The Palace Square

The beautiful and generously structured "Schlossplatz" with its impressive buildings and baroque gardens is at the centre of the city. A place which is...

Frankfurt Airport – what you need to know

Frankfurt Airport is so big that it can easily be overwhelming for passengers - long distances between gates and under time pressure travelers get...

Hostels and affordable hotels in Germany

Travelling on a budget is always a challenge when it comes to affordable accommodation. Germany offers several options if you are looking for that. Hostels...

Cash or Credit Card for your travel trip to Germany?

Currency Germany's currency is the EURO. 1 Euro has 100 Euro Cents. Credit Cards Visa and Master Card are the most common credit cards in Germany. Credit cards...

Mail and Postage in Germany

The postal service in Germany is operated by: DEUTSCHE POST Official names are Deutsche Post AG and Deutsche Post DHL Group. Deutsche Post is the...

Electricity and Voltage in Germany — you need a travel adapter

220 Volt AC in Germany If you want to operate devices which you bring from your home country, such as notebooks, mobile phone, battery chargers...

Alcohol and legal drinking age in Germany

Legal drinking age in Germany Legal drinking and purchasing age for Alcohol is age 16 in Germany. If parents are present, the minimum age is...

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