Germany travel guide
Germany. Lots of beer, plenty of sausages and miles of speed-limit free motorways. But wait, there’s more! Discover all that Germany has to offer – take in the history and buzzy atmosphere of Berlin, one of the most ‘happening’ cities in Europe. Or experience German life and traditions at one of the many festivals and events through out the year, such as the internationally renowned Oktoberfest beer festival held in Munich. Whatever you’re into get off the beaten track and really experience Germany, a country which is fast shaking its traditional stereotypes.
The electric current in Germany is 230V and the cycle is 50Hz. Germany uses a round two pin plug and socket system so you may need an adapter. Note that two pin adapters are not available in Germany so you should pick one up before traveling.
GMT + 1 (Central Europe Time)
Daylight saving during the summer means that the clocks go forward one hour on the last Sunday in March and back one hour on the last Sunday in October.
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