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Five dos and don'ts on German public transport

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Five dos and don'ts on German public transport
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German public transport is efficient, but passengers beware, put a foot wrong and you could find yourself thrown off the train. This week's Local List is a guide to passenger etiquette.

Ever been glared at on public transport in Germany and wondered why? Never fear, with our ten-point guide to train, tram and bus etiquette, you'll be fitting in like a local in no time.

From those awkward staring contests to avoiding toe-curling performances by bad musicians and the minefield of choosing a seat our list will give you all the advice you need.

CLICK HERE for our five dos and don’ts on German public transport.

Have a look at other Local Lists here

Fred Searle

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