Tours to Germany is an excellent
opportunity to visit the most "proper" European country with
good-quality cuisine, perfectly clean cities and unsurpassed hotel service. In
summer tourists tend to get there to relax by the lake in Bavaria or by the
Baltic coast, and in winter - to visit the famous German ski resorts.
Bluebird offers the Belarusians bus trips to the most famous places of our
neighboring country. Read the information carefully and then contact us to book
Belarusians consider the Berlin Wall to be one of
the most popular attractions in Germany. Once this three-meter concrete
building, fenced by barbed wire, was the boundary between the western and
eastern world. Today, the Berlin Wall is one of the most vivid symbols of the
victory of freedom over dictatorship.
Altstadt is another candidate for inclusion in the route
of a tourist bus tour. This old district of Düsseldorf is famous for excellent
shopping and walking conditions. And there are more than 200 cafes, pizzerias
and pubs, where tourists can taste the real German beer, try the delicious
Do you enjoy observing the natural attractions? Then, during your trip to
Germany be sure to visit Constance Lake, also known as Constance. Lake
Constance, fed by the waters of the Rhine, takes the 3rd position in
the list of Central Europe largest lakes. Interesting fact is that the shores
of the lake border three countries: Germany,
Switzerland and Austria.
The real jewel of your sightseeing tour in Germany will
be a photo session having the Brandenburg Gate as the background. For the
Germans this architectural landmark is the same as the Coliseum for the
Italians, the Tower for the English, or the Eiffel Tower for the French.
Bremen Town Hall overwhelms people by its beauty. The building of the Town Hall
today can be called a symbol of modern Bremen. This medieval 2-storey building
was created in German Renaissance style in 1410. Here tourists are allowed to
walk through the ancient halls, the walls of which remember the voices spoken hundreds
of years ago. And then you can go down to the ancient wine cellar and to taste
the exclusive old wine.
Time: 1 hour from Belarus
Regime of staying: Germany is one of the member-countries of the Schengen
agreement. Citizens of Russia and CIS countries need a visa to Germany.
Tax Refund: minimum purchase amount is 25 EUR. Tax is returned only for goods
carried in the personal luggage.
Tip: the hotel parlor maid can be given from 70 cents to 1 euro, beerhouses –
you can just round off to the nearest euro, in restaurants - 10% of the check.
Medical aid: every 10th Euro spent by the Germans, is devoted to the medicine
development in the country. Outpatient care is provided
by private doctors, not by the state clinics, as in Belarus. The patient,
referring to one doctor, can go to another one, if he/she is not satisfied.
Telephone communications: we recommend to purchase a local SIM-card. Mobile
communications in the country is well developed - the mobile covering is
everywhere, there is a slight signal degradation only in the foothills of the
Alps. Phone booths are very popular in
Germany, you can call to any point of the world from such a booth.
Emergency numbers: Ambulance and fire emergency – 112; police - 110.
German Embassy in Belarus:
26, Zakharov Str.
+375 17 217-59-00
Belarusian Embassy in Germany:
Address: Fritz-Schäffer-Straße 20, 53113 from Bonn, Germany
Phone: +49 228 201130