Preparing your trip to Kiel: advices & hints - things to do and to obey
1. Vacationers should be aware that currency exchange in the city can be very difficult. Exchange points are located only in major banks’ branches and near the railway station. Travelers are advised to exchange money at home, as it will be much cheaper and easier.
2. You don’t have to take large sums of cash to go shopping - you can pay with credit cards in shopping malls and supermarkets. It is also worth mentioning that notes of high face value (above 50 euros) are accepted with great reluctance and fear.
3. Budget travelers should definitely pop into local bars and pubs. In addition to the popular beer, they often offer a large selection of appetizers and specialties at most attractive prices. Various bakeries and fast food kiosks, which also offer refreshments at attractive prices, are ubiquitous.
4. Once a week museums in the city announce the day without admission fee, so travelers shouldn’t deny themselves a pleasure of visiting famous sites in order to save.
6. The city maintains the apple-pie cleanliness; large monetary fines are charged for any violation of standard rules. You shouldn’t leave rubbish in the wrong places, walk on the lawn or kindle fires in the park area. The clearly marked area is dedicated for picnics in the park.
7. Shops and supermarkets located in tourist districts point out with a bit high prices. This feature applies to gastronomical places too. The further away the store or restaurant is located from the busy main streets, the more attractive will be the price.
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Travelling to Kiel - advices and tips. What should be provisioned in advance, the rules you might want to follow, and the things you better avoid doing in Kiel. We help you to make your trip smooth and easy, with no unexpected surprises.