Russian Tourists

Posted December 28th, 2011 by Suzy

It's about traveling to northern Germany, Hannover, Lehrte, Hildesheim, Goslar and other aircraft to Hanover is about 10 tr one-way flight takes 3 hours. A cheaper alternative – the bus (transport InterCar) – 165 euros round trip per adult, 99 euros per child under 12 years. It takes 1.5 days (day-night-day). Pros: all the way to show the movie, stopping every 4 hours and once daily for lunch hour layover (in the cafes at reasonable prices). Cons: no toilet works (typical winter, water freezes), access to hot water is severely limited by the driver. The bus follows the route: Smolensk, Minsk, Brest (border), Poznan (Poland), Benifeld Open Schengen visa through the embassy is not better Germany (they have more stringent requirements). When traveling to Germany by bus or train you cross the border only to Poland and there the border guards do not care what the embassy issued in your Schengen visa.

The most humane requirements for a visa at the Embassy of Estonia. There does not even require an invitation (it is enough to indicate in the questionnaire receiving side) + + fill out photos and honey. insurance. When crossing the Polish border baggage does not inspect any of our or the Polish side. However, restrictions on transportation of certain goods differ from the general requirements of shengentskogo agreement. Such as cigarettes are allowed only 2 packs (!) Per person, not a block. The intersection of the Polish border by bus takes 4-5 hours by car for even longer, because even at night, long lines. Make hotel reservations can be yourself, saving money on travel agency services.

Knowledge of German is not obligatory, because Many speak English and willing to talk to him. Around the city best on foot or by subway maps and graphs. Intercity message – electric. Photos and impressions of the visit German cities, life in a German family, their mores and custom read more in the author's blog. Information is updated regularly.

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