Germany

Visit Germany

Beating the Crowds. If you’re not a fan of battling crowds of any size, your best bet is visiting Germany during the “shoulder seasons” from March through May and from late October through November. The weather may be a bit chilly, but you’ll enjoy lower prices and fewer crowds
Germany’s cities and larger towns have efficient public-transport systems. Bigger cities, such as Berlin and Munich, integrate buses, trams, U-Bahn (underground, subway) trains and S-Bahn (suburban) trains into a single network. Fares are determined by zones or time travelled, sometimes by both. . Press Here To Get Transportation Card . For Unlimited travel across Germany. Press Here
The average monthly January daytime temperature is 3 degrees Celsius (38 degrees Fahrenheit) and in July it’s 22 degrees Celsius (72 degrees Fahrenheit). Extremes temperatures sometimes reach -10° C (5°F) in winter and 35 ° C (95° F) in the summer months.
Germany is in Western and Central Europe, with Denmark bordering to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria to the southeast, Switzerland to the south-southwest, France, Luxembourg and Belgium lie to the west, and the Netherlands to the northwest.
In Germany the standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in Germany, if the standard voltage in your country is in between 220 – 240 V (as is in the UK, Europe, Australia and most of Asia and Africa). … You can also consider a combined power plug adapter/voltage converter.
Official language German
Euro The euro is the official currency of the European Union. Currently, 19 of 28 member states use the euro; this group of states is known as the eurozone. Offical website: ecb.europa.eu Symbol: € Central bank: European Central Bank Subunit: Cent Banknotes: €50, €10, €5, €200, €20, €100, €500 Coins: 1 cent euro coin, 20 cent euro coin, 10 euro cent coin, 2 euro cent coin, €2, 50c, 5c, €1