Travel Guide


Travel Guide for Germany

Germany is mostly known for its history, castle, and food. Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most popular landmarks of Germany, which inspired designers to design the Sleeping Beauty castle in Disneylands. If you are visiting Germany around the end of September or early October, you can enjoy the famous Oktoberfest.

Ground transportation: the coach buses run by Eurolines are widely available in Germany. If you want to travel from Berlin to other cities of Germany or other countries, you can check out the bus schedule at Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof Berlin (also known as ZOB, central bus station). If you want to travel by train, you can visit the Deutsche Bahn website to search and book the tickets. Tour buses are also available in major cities too. City Tour Card provides flexible 1-3 days pass for taking tour buses.

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Visas: For US citizen travelers, visas are not required to enter Germany. For non-US citizen travelers, Schengen visas might be required. When planning for your trip, check the official Germany travel advisory posted by the US Department of State. If you encounter emergency situations or need assistance, contact the US Embassy in Germany for help.

Oberhausen an der Nahe

Santa Maria al Bagno

Schönau am Königssee

Freiburg im Breisgau