A visa is not required for Singaporean tourists staying no longer than 90 days in a period of six months. However, you need to ensure that you have a passport that is valid for at least six months. Other nationals might have to apply for a
Tourist visa (Schengen visa)
The most convenient way to travel within Germany is by train. Germany has a very extensive railway system. Special offers are available for international passengers.
Germany offers a wide range of accommodations, ranging from private rooms to chalets up to luxury hotels. For the budget traveller, bed-and-breakfast and youth hostels are widely available.
Tourist information offices in are centrally located in most of the cities; usually there is a booth at airports and major railway stations. They provide detailed information about local tourist highlights, events, accommodation, maps, etc.
The following websites provide useful information on travelling, accommodation and food in Germany.
German National Tourist Board
Information for train travellers
German Hotel Association
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Germany's many theme routes provide a plethora of both pictureque sights and exciting experiences for the curious traveller. Here you'll find a selection of what the country has to offer!