You are tourist and you are in Germany. You are checking out a zillion places and also sampling amazing delicacies and guzzling the local beer by gallons. Everything seems perfect? Well it has to stay that way and in order to do so you have to know a few safety tips while you travel to Germany. These safety tips are going to make sure that you are secured. In order to stay cool you have to check and follow all the tips and also keep all of your senses open.

Germany is one of the safest places in the world and is one of those rare places where you can actually walk around at night without feeling unsafe from any angle.

It would be wrong to say that Germany is absolutely crime free as this nation does have its share of criminals. However, rest assured since most of the German streets are safer for tourists. There aren’t many drunken hooligans on the streets and even if there is a high intake of alcohol here, the locals are all fun drunks. They like to sing and link up instead of getting violent and breaking bottles on each other’s heads!

The police as well as the administration here are pretty much efficient and would help an average tourist. A lodged complaint by a foreign tourist is taken up quite seriously.

Apart from the safety issue it can be said that Germany is a clean and healthy place and is a nation that does adhere to the adage of ‘cleanliness is next to god’.

The municipalities of every part of the German nation take care of the garbage and maintain the city in a proper shape. The residents of the places are also mature and ethical enough to keep their city clean and do their bit to the ‘cleaning’ contribution. Health insurance, food as well as water are of high quality and would never fail to impress you. As a tourist you would like the kind of hospitality as well as clean services that are meted to you. The nation is devoid of any deadly animals and insects and even the dogs are bound to wear muzzles. The traffic is superb and all the vehicles do wait for the pedestrians to cross. IN case you love cycling around the place then you would be glad to find paths of bicycle on almost every city street.

Now that you know all the basic safety guides that are prevalent in Germany you mustn’t roam around in a drunken stupor and the big city stations can be a little too unsafe for a tourist at times.

Precautions even if in lesser amounts must be taken. It is advised that you do not wander off to absolutely lonely places unaccompanied. You should be blending with the locals and going where the crowds are. Crime cases of the tourists are pretty rare and aren’t usually the ones that make headlines. However following a few little safety tips and undertaking necessary precaution does help.