11 things other countries warn about Germany
The Local · 8 Oct 2014, 12:56
Published: 08 Oct 2014 12:56 GMT+02:00
Foreign governments have plenty of warnings in place for the 30 million tourists who visit Germany each year. The Local List takes a look at 11 things other countries warn their citizens before making the trip.
German has low crime, world-leading healthcare and good infrastructure. So what could other governments possibly warn their citizens about travelling to Germany?
But from visits to Christmas Markets to crossing the road, they do.
Here are 11 things tourists are warned about travelling to Germany:
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