It is a matter of concern for every parent while traveling with their teenagers to Germany. The country has stringent rules- it checks proper documentation, duration of your stay, etc. The drinking age is also low, so teens need to be very careful in every aspect. Read out following highlighters that you will need to know before heading to Germany.
Passport Is a Must:
Even if there are minor teenagers, they will need to produce their own passports. Those who are under sixteen years old can apply for the passport with a guardian. Contact the passport office to obtain more information regarding what documents (mostly include the birth certificate with the name of both parents) you will need to get a passport for a minor. Legal adults can apply their own by filing an application via email.
Magnificently blended with rich history and culture, Germany brings a plethora of things for teenagers. You can make an educational trip by visiting country’s historical landmarks or simply take a relaxing tour being tucked away in the solitude of undisturbed forests. Amongst the prominent places in Germany include the Berlin Wall Memorial and Museum Berggruen or Berlin. Take a break from urban life and visit the Bavarian Alps to have a deeper insight of nature.
It might be a trend to consume alcohol in your country, but not in Germany. Rules have to be followed for safe alcohol consumption. If you are accustomed to drink alcohol publicly, like in your country, you must give a second thought to it before doing that. The country does not entertain open container laws like other countries such as the United States of America. The legal drinking age in Germany is sixteen.
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