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Germany - Money & Costs

Money & Costs in Germany

Neuschwanstein castle, created by King Ludwig, F├╝ssen Currency: Euro
  • Budget: US$5-9
  • Mid-range: US$10-20
  • High: US$25+

  • Lodging
  • Budget: US$20-50
  • Mid-range: US$50-100
  • High: US$100+

  • It's easy to spend lots of money in Germany. If you've got some sort of rail pass and restrict yourself to cheap takeaways or prepare your own food, it's possible to get by on less than US$50 a day. Those with more capacious wallets, wishing to eat at mid-range restaurants most days, to travel freely by public transport and to stay in mid-range hotels with fluffy duvets should count on dropping at least US$100 a day.

    At restaurants, the service charge is always included in bills and tipping isn't compulsory, though it is appreciated. Germans are used to rounding up prices as tips, but rounding up in euros can be too generous. Taxi drivers expect a small tip of around 10%.

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