CALL US 1-866-266-8454
Show Filters
Back

Travel agent? Log in here

Thank you for registering, please check your email to activate your account.

Please note that unless you have requested to stay updated, the information you've provided here will be used for this request only.
Please let us know your email address so we can respond to you
Manage my booking

By clicking 'Find my booking' I agree to the privacy policy

Find my booking

CALL US 1-866-266-8454

Closed right now

Monday to Thursday 06:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday 06:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Saturday 07:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Sunday 08:30 AM - 09:00 PM
Pacific Time

...or speak with your favorite travel agent
billboard-2015

GERMANY

INTRO
THINGS TO DO
TOP FESTIVALS
MUSEUMS
Food & Drinks
WHAT TO PACK

TRAVEL IN GERMANY

Home to some of Europe's great cities and most enchanting landscapes, Germany is an intoxicating mix of olde world charm and next level modernity. Whether you're here to explore the architectural riches of Munich, get stuck into the legendary Berlin nightlife or sink a few steins at one of the many German beer festivals, this place has got it all.

FAST FACTS
  • Language: German
  • Currency: EURO
  • Electricity: 220v - 240v
  • Visas: Click here to see if you need a visa to enter Germany.
  • Dialing Code: +49
  • Time Zone: (GMT+01:00)
ABOUT CONTIKI

From quick breaks to epic journeys, Contiki exists to connect young travellers with the time of their lives.

 

See more about Contiki

WHAT TO PACK?

what-to-pack
Camera - There’s a lot to see in Germany, so bring a good camera, or at the very least make sure there’s plenty of storage space on your phone.

Alka Seltzer - Whether it’s the hearty cuisine or the country’s 5000-plus beers, you’ll probably need them.

Comfortable walking shoes
- From checking out the many museums and attractions by day to partying into the wee hours in Berlin clubs, you're going to spend a lot of time on your feet.

Travel adapter & voltage converter - Appliances with built in transformers (e.g. Apple laptop power) are fine with European voltage, but plugging your 120V hairdryer into 240V will not end well! European hotels often have a 120V outlet, but be sure to check first. A voltage converter will come in handy, and a travel adapter plug is an essential for European style sockets.

German phrasebook - English is spoken very widely in Germany, but as with any foreign country people will appreciate it if you at least attempt to speak their language. A little effort goes a long way!

5 REASONS TO TRAVEL WITH US

More Choice
More Time
18-35 Only
Better Experiences
Unbeatable Value
More Choice
More Time
18-35 Only
Better Experiences
Unbeatable Value