Sundays are for rest. Germans are not usually out and about bustling with their businesses as Americans do on a Sunday. There are usually only a few establishments open on Sundays, like museums around German cities.
Do not ever jay walk. By jaywalking in Germany, you risk being shouted at or fined. Following the rules of the street is important to Germans as they believe jaywalking is an unnecessary risk.
Enjoy a German beer or two. They have some of the best beers in the world, so it’s best to enjoy a major part of the culture. If you are visiting during Octoberfest, be sure to attend.
Cash is gold in Germany. Businesses prefer cash at their establishments, so your plastic card is hardly important when visiting Germany. The many payment options accepted and appreciated in the United States is not the norm in Germany. Always have your euros handy when shopping or eating out.
Recycling is important. Germans use the Pfandsystem to keep people reliable. Bottles can be returned to the grocery store for credit used in that store. If you wish to save money, bring your own water bottle.
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