has a well organised transport system of road,
rail and air and if you are travelling in Germany
you will be better off taking the train. In general,
domestic air travel is geared mainly toward business
travellers and therefore flying is not generally
a popular means of travel within Germany. But
since you will be arriving by air and may have
to take a short domestic flight to another place
in Germany, here’s what you need to know:
Over 100 international airlines offer flights
into Germany and connect Germany with 729 destinations
worldwide. The international airports in Germany
There are about 600 smaller national airports
which connect the major cities of Germany together
and accommodate non-commercial traffic and cargo
carriers. Some of the major ones are:
Other Useful Information
Apartments in Germany are easy to rent and available in most major cities throughout the year. Between 600 to 1000 marks a month, one can get a suitable living place for a single person. Three month deposit is to be paid to your landlord while renting the room and a three month notice before vacating the apartment.
Hotels in Germany follow an international star rating scheme of classifying hotels based on the quality of service offered. Participation of all the hotels under the rating scheme is not mandatory. On the whole, the accommodation facilities in Germany maintain very high standards; even the low price ranged ones. So be assured and enjoy the best of amenities in Germany.
To take a mortgage, one must approach banks that specialize in offering mortgages of all kinds. Approx 60-70% of the total value of the property is financed through the bank, though bank make sure that you're able to make the payments by examining your current accounts as well as any outstanding debts you may have.
Demand for property in Germany is mostly in the metropolitan areas with varying prices based on the kind of infrastructure available. The most lucrative investment options amongst the cities are in Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Koeln (Cologne).
Germany has well organised transport network, be it rail, road, sea or air. Frankfurt airport is the central airport through which all the flights are routed. The major air carrier in Germany is its very own Lufthansa. Regular scheduled boat services operate on most rivers, lakes and coastal waters. The rail network has several intercity trains called sprinters running non-stop between major cities. The modern network of motorways helps every motorist reaches every part of the country by road.
Villas and bungalows in Germany are found throughout the region right from the major cities to the village interiors. They are not a very popular choice of accommodation, as people prefer to stay at apartments.