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  • Money | Germany > Gutach, Germany > Rodelbahn Gutach, Singersbach, Gutach, Germany
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Each ride is 2€ for a child and 2.5€ for adults, and you can buy a multiple ticket of 6 rides for 9€ (kid) or 12€ (adult).

  • Money | Germany > Triberg Waterfalls, Triberg, Germany
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The entry fee for an entire family is only 3.5 Euros, and you can get in for free if you have a black forest ticket.

  • Money | Germany > Vogelpark Steinen
    Updated at May 22,2013

    A ticket for and adult is 12€, and the price for a kid is 6€ (if you have a black forest card – entrance is free!).

  • Money | Germany > Grundig Stadion
    Updated at May 23,2013

    A ticket for the 3 days at the festival, including entry to the camping area, will cost you €169.50.

  • Money | Germany > Rust, Germany > Europa-Park GmbH & Co Mack KG
    Updated at May 22,2013

    A ticket for an adult will cost you 39€, and for a kid (4-11) - 34€. Children under 4 get in for free, as well as birthday kids – so you might want to schedule your visit accordingly… I recommend you bring with you water and lots of it – the prices inside the park tend to be very high.

  • Money | Germany > Rust, Germany > Europa-Park GmbH & Co Mack KG
    Updated at May 22,2013

    A ticket for an adult will cost you 39€, and for a kid (4-11) - 34€. Children under 4 get in for free, as well as birthday kids – so you might want to schedule your visit accordingly… I recommend you bring with you water and lots of it – the prices inside the park tend to be very high.

  • Money | Germany > Todtnau > Hasenhorn Rodelbahn
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The price for the lift and the ride is 9.5€ for adults and 8€ for children under 16. You can also buy a multi-ticket that will save you some money. Children under 8 have to ride with an adult. The address is Seilbahngesellschaft todtnau gmbh, Todtnau.

  • Money | Germany > Gutach, Germany > Rodelbahn Gutach, Singersbach, Gutach, Germany
    Updated at May 23,2013

    Only five minute drive from “Park Mit Allen Sinnen”, you can visit the slides of Rodelbahn Gutach (http://www.sommerrodelbahn-gutach.de/) – and your kids will thank you for sure… This is a metal track built on the side of a hill; You get into the little car, and they pull you up the track. And then they let go…You can control your speed with the hand brake, but I don’t think our children pulled them even once… The slides are open daily from 9:00 till 18:00 in the summer season.

  • Money | Germany > Berlin
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The living cost in Berlin is lower than in most major German cities. You’ll have no problem to eat out inexpensively; public transport is relatively cheap and tickets to cultural events and entertainment are affordable. Hotel accommodation is comparatively low-priced, and you can find plenty of excellent hostels for around €40 a night. And that’s not all: many museums offer free admission on a particular day of the week or month, cinemas are almost half price before 5pm Monday to Wednesday, and most restaurants offer a range of set menus and special meals for a low price.

    Currency: The Euro (€) is the German and European currency. €1 is divided into 100 centimes or cents. Notes are €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500. coins are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents; €1 and €2.

    Everyday prices: A single ticket for the bus, tram, U-Bahn or S-Bahn is 2.4€ (zone A & B), a weekly pass will cost you 28€, and a ticket for the whole month is 77€. For a reasonable sandwich you will pay from 2€ and up, and the salads starts at 3€. Dining at a economic restaurant can cost from 7€ to 10€, while a three course meal for two in a mid-range Restaurant will be around 40€. A Cappuccino is around 2€. A ticket to the movies is 5€-8€, while theatre tickets can range from 7€ to 30€. A beer in the local pubs is usually 2.5€-3€, and entry fee to a nightclub is around 10€.

    Tipping: Restaurant bills include a service charge and tipping is not compulsory, but if you're enjoyed the service, you can add about 5% to 10% to the total bill. However, you should remember that it is not customary to leave the tip on the table, but to hand it over with the money. At hotels, bellhops are given about 1€ per bag and it's also nice to leave a few euros for the room cleaners. Bartenders usually expect about 5% tip, and taxi drivers around 10%, though a small gratuity rounding up to the nearest Euro is also frequent.