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Preparing your trip to Celle: advices & hints - things to do and to obey

IMG_0061_DxO Weihnachtsmarkt Celle 1.Foreign visitors are advised to pay for goods and services exclusively in euros; any foreign currency probably won’t be accepted here. You can exchange money at any bank; banks serve customers from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday.
2. The city has an excellent public transport system; all districts can be easily reached by bus. It is recommended to explore Celle's Old Town on foot, as beautiful historical buildings are located at every turn. It is also worth considering that a number of streets of the historic district are closed to vehicles.
3. The most profitable way to call other city or country is using street phone booths. Some of them accept special cards that are sold in all news stalls and post offices. Other machines can accept usual coins; it is noteworthy that after the conversation they would give out your change.
4. Mains voltage is 220 V; all hotels have standard European sockets. Some appliances may require special adapters and connectors; foreign guests are recommended to take them beforehand.
5. All grocery stores open early; they usually begin the working day no later than at 8:00 am. Shopping centers begin to serve clients at 9:00 – 10:00 am and work until 6:00 - 8:00 pm. On Thursdays, working hours in shopping malls and supermarkets are usually much longer than on other days. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
6. Tipping is considered a sign of good courtesy; restaurant’s visitors are sure to add 10 % of the total as a reward. You can also leave a tip to a taxi driver; it is enough just to round up the sum to any suitable amount.
7. It is worth remembering that locals love peace and order. You shouldn’t have loud parties after 9:00 pm, as well as make phone calls unless they are necessary after 7:00 pm, as it will be considered a sign of bad manners.
The Saxon town is famous because of its beautiful half-timbered houses that have preserved in the same condition from the 16th century. A walk through the central streets of Celle will be a … Open
8. Going for a walk, foreign visitors are advised to take a photocopy of the passport and visa. Their presence makes it easy to resolve any misunderstandings; young travelers may miss the nightlife without a photocopy of the passport.
9. In public places you need to be very polite and attentive. If there is a queue in a bank or at a store, don’t try to avoid a long wait, as it is simply not accepted here. Greet all those present politely and wait patiently for your turn.
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What to visit being in Celle - unique sights

Homeless Cats Monument

From the series “The Most Unusual Statues and Monuments”
It calls people to behave more attentively to the ruthless animals. For several years, the hereditary cats are a difficult problem for many German cities. The monument in Braunschweig is remarkable not only for its realism and its symbolic significance. Cat bellows are among the monuments with the largest number of animals represented. Only the most attentive people can correctly count the number of bronze cats that have settled on the stele. … Read further

Mittellandkanal

From the series “Greatest Man-Made Waterways and Channels”
Lush forests covering the banks of the canal, charming ancient bridges and crossings form a harmonious sightseeing complex which is interesting to explore. The construction works were started in 1906, during the Second World War the pace of work was reduced to a minimum. Although the first section of the canal was opened for navigation in 1915, the construction was far from finished. … Read further

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Travelling to Celle - advices and tips. What should be provisioned in advance, the rules you might want to follow, and the things you better avoid doing in Celle. We help you to make your trip smooth and easy, with no unexpected surprises.
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