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About Germany

Germany is rich in history, with more than 42 UNESCO World Heritage sites. The country features castles and well-preserved architecture that dates back to the medieval era, making it the perfect destination for history buffs. Germany paints a beautiful picture of a diverse society with an enormous immigrant population. In 2014, Germany was voted the world’s most popular place to visit by BBC World Service. You can experience different languages, cultures, and religions from Turkish, Polish, Tunisia, and Nigerian roots when visiting. Germany is known as the seventh-largest country in Europe. Germany will not disappoint you if you want to enjoy nature and hiking. It is known for a variety of landscapes, from sheer mountains to rolling plains and thick forests. There are beaches on the Baltic Coast and peaks of the Bavarian Alps. In addition, every city in Germany has interesting cultural precincts and incredible cuisine. You can enjoy delicious food, breathtaking scenery, and extravagant nightlife.

Accessible travel Germany

Accessibility is something in which Germany excels. Visitors with disabilities can enjoy a carefree holiday in Germany as their needs are well looked after in many of the country’s regions. Thanks to the steadfast commitment from the policy-makers and accommodation providers, accessibility has increased over recent years.

Country Information


Healthcare in Germany is accessible to all residents through public health insurance. Non-residents require private insurance coverage to receive medical care. Visitors to Germany usually have to pay for treatment and then claim reimbursement at a later stage. Be sure to get appropriate health insurance to fit your personal and travel needs and have funds available to cover any medical emergency.


Crime is very rare in Germany. However, petty theft does occur, and we recommend that in urban areas, you be cautious and avoid flashing valuables.


You will need a valid passport. However, the entry requirements for Germany depend on your nationality.


Germany experiences warm summers and relatively cold winters. Rain falls throughout the year, and maximum rainfall is over the high summer months.


The official language of Germany is German, with over 95% of the population speaking German as their first language.


There are two associated plug types, types C and F. Germany operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.