I'm going to travel to Germany what should I prepare or arrange first?
This is a common question to any destination and anyone, Brazilian or not.Then write down 5 tips there not to forget as you prepare to travel to Germany
1-You do not need a visa to enter Germany
According to the website, this is the name of the Brazilian company in Brazil, of Brazilians with valid common passports, diplomatic, service or media access professionals, who can enter or pass in Germany and in the member countries of the European Union.
But there is a restriction: The stay is only 90 days every 6 months.
Also you should note some simple, but that can make you return to the airport back home if you do not confirm:
a) You must confirm that it is a tourist visit
b) Commitment that can be maintained financially for this period and have a round trip ticket purchased.
c) Presentation of travel health insurance valid for the entire Schengen area and for a full duration of stay, with a minimum coverage of 30,000 euros.
d) Check where the example will be: hotel reservation, friends' house or relatives with address.
2-You do not speak German, you have to speak in English or in English. But of all the words:
- Hello hi;
- Tschüss (pronounces "Tieeuss"): bye;
- Bitte (pronounces "Bi-te"): please;
- Danke (pronounced "Dan-ke"): thank you;
- Ja: (pronounces "Iá"): yes;
- Nein (pronounces "Nain"): no;
- Badezimmer: bathroom;
- Wasser: water
What you think of it, there were apps in the record store where you speak and translated into German.
3 - Keep an eye on the coin
Germany is a euro zone. It is important to prepare financially for your stay there, today no time writing this article the euro is costing $ 4.37.
To make a simpler conversion, it is necessary to use an exchange table to make the conversion of the international bank.
4 - Best time to travel
Depends if watching snow is from December to March where temperatures drop a lot.
But if you want to enjoy a mild temperature, go between May and September, where you'll see flowers, the wonderful tulips and incredible places.
5 - And the most important tip has to do with behavior.
In Germany it is very common to drink a lot of beer from breakfast to dinner, but if you do not like it and do not want to feel out of place they have a wonderful apple-based drink and it is typical of Germany called "Apfelschorle" (pronounced "Apfelchorle ").
In Germany there is no famous Brazilian "way", German likes honesty and honesty. So if a German invites you to leave and you can not go, say that you can not and ready, do not wrap or leave a lost ok.
Trash is in the trash. It is important to note this detail, there in Germany it is a crime to throw garbage on the streets or anywhere other than its original destination.
Public transportation is always punctual, does not have a ratchet, so nothing to enter without the paid ticket.
Respects the tracks of cyclists and the traffic lanes is also law.
Anyway, these are the 5 consensus tips you will like and help you organize well for your trip to Germany.
This information has reference in the consulate Brazilians, for Brazilians who wish to travel to Germany : Consulado Alemão no Brasil https://brasil.diplo.de/br-pt/servicos/visto