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Germany leads the way

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The situation is ever evolving, with travel restrictions being eased and airlines and other modes of transport increasing their operational schedules.

Germany is the ideal place to travel for its nature, beautiful landscapes, and outdoor activities, but do not be put off travelling to one of its wonderful cities, which currently have the benefit of being quiet!

Germany leads the way – hotels, restaurants, public transport, coaches, museums and other attractions are getting used to the new normal.

We recommend an even earlier booking than normal as the domestic market in Germany is strong and even more so now.

Germany naturally has its national regulations and laws, but each individual Federal State has its own set of laws, regulations, and guidelines and so it is always best to check these when travelling. If you are interested in visiting specific attractions, undertaking certain activities, or attending an event, then again it is wise to check all the details in advance. Travel without Borders will assist you with all of this when you make a booking.

Taking a holiday will be a different experience now, but it will become the new normal, as this is the world we now live in. Social distancing, masks, sanitizers, gloves and pre-booking restaurants and attractions will be necessary for the foreseeable future in certain places.

Travel without Borders would like to re-assure its customers that it is taking all reasonable skill and care with its suppliers for health and safety.  As our holidays are tailor-made, we will liaise with suppliers about their Covid-19 risk management system/policy/plan.  We will provide you with pre-arrival information for your accommodation and specific Covid-19 procedures.

Booking with Travel without Borders

During these unprecedented and challenging times, Travel without Borders continues to offer its clients a flexible and personal approach to holiday booking problems encountered.  We work with our clients to offer the best solution for them. We are pleased to report that clients have started to re-book their 2020 holidays – and as Germany leads the way coming out of decline, holidaymakers are gaining confidence to consider new upcoming holidays.

If you book a holiday with Travel without Borders and the situation with the pandemic worsens again, then in line with our suppliers’ policies, we will be happy to re- arrange or offer a full refund if this is due. We are happy to discuss bookings on a case to case basis.

If you decide to travel, please do study your travel insurance policy carefully, and should you have any concerns about making a booking please contact us. Rest assured that you can book with confidence and your money is safe, as we are fully financially protected.

On this page we encourage you to press on the links for any re-assurance and any extra information about travelling to Germany which you might require.

Germany National Tourist Board and its Federal States

The Robert Koch Institute

(Public Health Institute of Germany which provides information on Covid-19 in Germany).

Government Advice on Foreign Travel

An official website of the European Union

The World Health Organisation Information on Covid-19 and Travel

German Rail

Flying in these unprecedented times

Please inform yourself about new safety procedures by browsing the homepage of your chosen airlines, e.g. Lufthansa, British Airways, EasyJet.

(Travel without Borders is not responsible for the website content linked on this page).

03 July 2020