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Germany is an astonishing nation to visit and go through. This article covers the things that vacationers and voyagers shouldn’t do when they are going to Germany.

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The Don’ts of Visiting Germany

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  • Don’t Assume but Germans are “the Cold Stereotypes”.
  • Don’t Jaywalk, and follow the rules in Germany.
  • Don’t Forget the Pfand or deposit that you may put down for beer mugs, bottles, cans, and other things. You can get that money back.
  • Don’t forget to bring flowers or a small gift when visiting a German’s home. Also, don’t wear your shoes inside their homes.

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  • Don’t be disrespectful at the Nazi concentration camps and memorials around the country.
  • Don’t Wait: when at restaurants or bars, order as soon as you can as waiters do not come through to check on tables as often as they do in other countries.
  • Remember, not to put your elbows on the table, while you’re eating; only out hands on the table.
  • Also, don’t wait for anyone while at the restaurants, sharing a table with strangers is pretty common.
  • Don’t use your fingers to eat.
  • Never ask for tap water at a restaurant as you’ll be considered having a lack of generosity
  • Public drunkenness is disapproved, so, don’t be drunk in public.
  • Don’t Experiment on Driving on the Autobahn. It can be very dangerous for first-time drivers.
  • Don’t Expect to Shop on Sundays in Germany.
  • Don’t forget to bring cash. Germans love to pay in cash and some places will only accept cash. So, be ready.
  • Don’t expect to see just half-timbered houses in Germany. It is a thriving modern country with tons of amazing culture, architecture, and technology.
  • Don’t get late anywhere as Germans pay high attention to punctuality. You will have their faith if you’re right on time.
  • Don’t behave as a jaywalker, else you’ll be fined.