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How to get to Germany

One of the most popular countries in Western Europe from the Russian tourists is Germany.

Every year, it is visited by at least 2 million Russians.

There really is something to see: ancient castles, monuments and very beautiful small towns.

Instructions

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The most convenient way to get to Germany isBoard a plane, for example, on a flight Moscow-Berlin. From the Sheremetyevo airport there fly the airline Aeroflot, from Domodedovo - Air Berlin, S7 and Transaero, and from Vnukovo - Luftganaz. The flight time is 3 hours and 20 minutes.

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In addition to Berlin, the popularOf Russian tourists is Munich. It is there that the most popular Oktoberfest beer festival is held, and not far from Munich are the most interesting castles of Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein. Therefore, you can buy a ticket for the flight "Moscow - Munich". From Sheremetyevo along this route the liners of "Aeroflot" run, from Domodedovo - "Lufthansa", "Air Berlin", "Ural Airlines" and S7.

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Germany can be reached from the capital by trainLong distance "Moscow - Paris" and "Moscow - Basel", which leave the Belorussian station. You can also get to the German land by the long-distance train "Moscow - Hanover", which also departs from Belorussky railway station. The average travel time is 30 hours.

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You can get to Germany by bus. If you go to the western part of the country, then you need to choose a route with departure from the Riga railway station of the capital: the bus "Moscow - Munich". The journey will have to spend about 45 hours. If the purpose of travel is the eastern part of Germany, then again the bus "Moscow-Berlin" leaves once a week from the Riga station.

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The best way to reach Berlin is by car. To do this, you must first move along the Minsk highway, which goes to the M1 "Belarus" route. After the Russian-Belarusian border, the road will go along the M6 ​​highway. On the territory of Poland, you need to follow the routes E67 and E30. And after crossing the Polish-German border, traffic continues along the E55 and A113 roads. The journey time from Moscow is about 30 hours, depending on the traffic congestion.

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Before Munich by car it is necessary to get also through the territory of Belarus along the M6 ​​highway. After the Polish-German border, the movement is already on the E49 highway right up to the capital of Bavaria.

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