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Cheap Flights to Germany from €38.37

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Useful advice for travelling to Germany (DEU)

Germany is a country at the very heart of Europe, divided into 16 regions. Each of those has its own traditions and culture. Germany will surprise every nature lover with its diversity and uniqueness. Between mountain tops covered in white snow, baroque castles raised by hills, and misty sea shores, German has something to show for everyone.

Preparing for the trip

Cheap flights to Germany demand some preparation. In order to not be disappointed by the long-awaited trip, one should always be ready for unexpected situations to occur. First and foremost, make sure to have all the necessary identification documents that are valid, and check that your personal data is correctly specified on your ticket.

When going to Germany, there are no compulsory vaccinations required. However, it is recommended to visit a doctor before heading out, as you will be unavoidably exposed to different living conditions when visiting the foreign country.

Transportation and travel charges

After arriving to Germany, make sure to choose trains for your inner-country travels. German railway is well-known for how highly developed and modern it is. Using trains is also great because of a possibility to take your bike with you. It will be useful for when you need to cross lesser distances. You can also always choose driving a car or using route buses.

Official German currency is the euro (EUR). Although eating at restaurants is quite expensive, most shopping prices are similar to those in Lithuania. For example, you can buy a cappuccino for about 2.80 euros, have lunch in a cheap restaurant for 10, and order a glass of local beer for 3.50 euros, while a simple drink of water will cost you 1.68 euros. In German shops, a kilogram of chicken will cost approximately 7.90 euros.

Additional information:

  • Distance from Vilnius to Berlin amounts to 1022 kilometres.
  • Locals speak German. However, even 56% of all people know English and 5% also use Russian.
  • German belongs to the UTC +1 time zone.
  • Best return gifts choices

    After your colourful trip reaches its end, you will feel tired and overwhelmed. The best way to capture precious moments of your journey is purchasing some return gifts for your loved ones. Make sure to visit the Chocolate Museum in Cologne and bring some of the legendary German chocolate back. Men will love the taste of Bavarian beer and women will be pleasantly surprised by the bright-coloured red and white German wine. Ceramics lovers will appreciate Meisssen porcelain products, while items made from Harz Mountains’ wood will bring joy to all fans of meticulous craftsmanship.

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