If you will need a VISA to enter Germany, please check with the visa requirements of the Federal Foreign Office. This LIST-LINK guides you to the overview.
For further information please use this LINK– FFO to the official side of the Federal Foreign Office.
In September we often have a “golden fall”, which means that we have nice temperatures around 19° C (66 °F) during the day with sunshine. Usually in September, the past years, there has not been a lot of rain. Still, we recommend bringing a light jacket for the evenings
The European currency means that visitors from most EU countries can use the same currency as at home without any problems.
For others, there are numerous currency exchanges and banks across the city where money can be exchanged for Euros or withdrawn from cash machines.
Important: whether you are shopping, in a restaurant or at the club, Berliners prefer to pay with cash. Debit cards and major credit cards (American Express, Visa, Mastercard) may often also be used, but smaller shops and cafés might only accept cash payments. Therefore, visitors should always have some euro bills and coins on hand.
Some exchange station listed below:
BER: Berlin Brandenburg Airport
Euro Change Daily 7.00am–10.00pm
Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Central Station)
Reisebank Daily 8.00am–10.00pm
Reisebank Mon–Fri 7.30am–8.00pm Sat–Sun 8.00–8.00pm
Reisebank Daily 8.00am–9.00pm
Euro Change Mon-Sat 8.00am–8.00pm
Please note that registration fees do not include insurance of any kind.
We strongly recommend before traveling to check with your health insurance, that you have full coverage on any medical expenses in Germany, if you are not a GER resident.
Also, liability insurance coverage (through your company) is recommended.