SECURITY IN GERMANY NEEDS TO KNOW DURING TRAVEL:-
GENERAL TRAVEL INFO
On arrival a passport is required valid for three months beyond the length of stay and issued within the past 10 years is required by all nationals except EU nationals holding a passport or national ID card, which is valid for the duration of stay.
EU nationals are not required to possess a return ticket or show sufficient funds.
Roads and public transportation are excellent.
- No risk of traveling to Germany.
- There is a threat of terrorism.
- Violent crime is low.
Ensure that personal belongings, including passports and other travel documents, are secure at all times.
Visas for Germany are not required by all:
- Nationals of the EU countries for an unlimited period.
- Nationals of Australia, Canada and the USA for stays not exceeding 90 days in a six-month period.
Costs can range, check with your consulate. EU passport holders enter for free.
Note: Overview of visa requirements/exemptions for entry into the Federal Republic of Germany find out here
Visiting Germany precautions are only necessary for Tetanus, see list underneath.
If you have any problem then you can call The emergency telephone number which is 112 – this should be used for requesting an ambulance (Krankenwagen).
In short, there is more security in Germany for a traveler. If you wanna come here and visit then there is no risk at all. A safe place to visit I can say, love to visit here again and again.