based on 10 experiences
I've travelled a lot in my life, and felt welcomed at many places, but Germany is one of those places that make me feel welcomed the most. Of course, it is necessary to keep your common sense and be aware of strangers (because dangerous people are everywhere), but most of people you meet is very nice. As for the transportation, you can buy a monthly ticket called Deutschlandtricket. It costs €49 and applies on all types of public transport, except long-distance transport (ICE, EC or AG trains). It provides you of unlimited amount of travels, which can save you a lot of money! Food is of great quality (comparing to eastern Europe).Posted: February 10, 2024Experienced: January, 2024
Safe, friendly people and clean..I really enjoyed travelling there.. I have a few different opinions. Firstly most are always amazed by the Sky Scrapers firstly. As I am very centrally located I can walk to town - the easy distance between areas by train. Westend to town just 1 stop. Each area has its own different appeal. Bergersstrasse is full of restaurants, clothing stores and just friendly people. Leipzigerstrasse very busy and popular street more for grocery shopping with organic stores, health shops and clothing stores, surrounded by different restaurants in the area as well. I think the food most surprises people. The dull greens and potatoes you think you will find on every corner surprisingly is filled with different experiences throughout the city, from amazing sushi, doner / falafel to indian, fresh and vegan. Germans are very into vegan. Most restaurants have at least one vegan meal on their menu. So food is a definite YES!!! Frankfurt is not your typical city in Europe as it was bombed during the war and most of those beautiful building are surrounded by newer versions so you don't feel like you walking down history lane, or the same feeling as you get in Paris by the architecture from before WWII.Posted: January 7, 2024
I felt safe I recommend visiting not only one city Transport was easy to access, and the cities were walkable. I stayed in guest houses which were amazing, it felt like home at Lotte- The backpackers in Heidelberg. I am persco-vegetarian and it was easy for me to find options without meat. The overall trip was affordable.Posted: November 15, 2023
I traveled alone to Germany and felt safe and comfortable. I walked by myself, got lost, and everyone was wonderful and helpful. I got lost in Munich at 3 in the morning, returning to my hotel from a food and beer tour, and I felt safer going back there than walking around many cities in my home country.Posted: April 15, 2023
Travel Itinerary: Lindau (2 nights) Salzburg (2 nights) Regensburg (2 nights) Munich (2 nights) Safety: I travelled alone in Germany and I felt safer everywhere in Germany than I do in most cities in the USA. Recommendations: Munich is really nice, beer and food at every corner.Posted: September 25, 2022
Travel plan: 3 days in Munich 2 days in Leipzig 3 days in Berlin 1 day in Cologne Safety: I felt incredibly safe. Recommendations: Munich is a really nice city and it has many interesting places. It is a really old and traditional city.Posted: September 25, 2022
Travel plan: 4 days in Berlin 3 days in Munich Safety: I felt safe the whole time Recommendations: Berlin is a really cool city, but the history is one of my favorite aspects of this place. I really liked it.Posted: September 25, 2022
Travel plan: Day 1: Frankfurt Day 2 and 3: Munich Day 4: Berlin Safety: I felt very safe. Recommendations: Berlin is a multicultural city that offers pretty much everything, and people are usually very friendly.Posted: September 25, 2022
I lived in Germany for 2 years. The country is super safe both during the day and at night. The best way to travel around the country is by DB train, FlixBus, or a shared car (Blablacar). Berlin is very busy, it's not dangerous, but be careful on the eastern side of the city in the evening.Posted: April 15, 2023
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Hey, I'm Lilly (she/her), 20 years old and i’m studying German and French Literature in Bonn in Germany. Now I will be travelling around for around a month in Spain - and since I am a poor student and open minded at the same time I wanted to try this app to make new friends and maybe recieve a couch to sleep on for one night. :) I do a lot of things with friends, like going to concerts and festivals, but also spend a quiet day with good music (most likely indie alternative) and a book (probably something by Margarete Stokowski) at home. I speak a little little bit of spanish but french and english are fine for me as well. Exited to meet you!
I’m a very open minded and easy going lady. I traveled with my husband by hitching and with the tent and of course by using Couchsurfing around the world. Traveling is my passion. I really like it to meet new people, get in touch with the culture and enjoy the magic of nature. Everyone will be always welcome at our home. At the moment I’m studying but soon I will finish my university. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Hi there? as I like travelling by bike longer distances, I am interested in going places. And stay overnight. Currently, I am a MA student in the field of linguistics. Looking forward to meeting you, you and you around. All best Claudia
Hi! My name is Victoria, I am a traveler by heart.