Visit the charming capital of Bavaria
Situated on the border of the Alps and world famous for the Oktoberfest, Munich has a lot more to see and experience.
A city with a combination of history and culture.
Since the reunification of East and West Germany in 1990, Berlin has undergone a huge development. Being not at all what one would call “typically German”, you will soon be caught by its extraordinary atmosphere.
Visit Germany’s “Gateway to the world”
Located in the north of Germany, Hamburg arouses cravings with its maritime atmosphere. Its seafaring tradition plays an important role in the city’s character.
Public transport in German cities
Urban public transport systems in Germany are modern and extensive. Most cities have some form of urban transport, such as trams, with buses being the most common form of public transportation.
Public transport between German cities
Germany has a very well developed rail network. The state-owned private company Deutsche Bahn (German Railway) offers a great variety of train services.
Driving your own or hiring a car in Germany
Importing a car to Germany is a rather complicated and costly enterprise. Renting is not cheap either, but you get quality cars and have a lot of options.
Driving conditions and driving licences
To drive a car in Germany, you have to be at least 18 years old. If your driving licence has been issued in an EU or an EEA country it you don’t have to exchange it for a German one. Residents from other states will have to either change it or apply for a new licence.