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What does it cost for two weeks in Germany?
Your budget for two weeks in Germany will vary largely upon your tastes, travel style and the type of accommodation you choose. When planning our first trip, one question we asked was “What does it cost for two weeks in Germany?” Below we have listed some of our actual expenses to help you to plan your trip to Germany.
When planning our trip to Germany we found Germany Travel Guides available on Amazon very useful.
When we travel to Berlin, we are fortunate to be able to stay with family, however we do then tend to spend more on meals and attractions as we “shout” our family on our sightseeing trips in return.
When we travel, we look for budget hotels in the city, close to attractions with breakfast included. A big breakfast in the morning means we can then have a lighter lunch.
Below I have outlined some of our actual costs from our two weeks in Germany, which we hope will be helpful in planning your travel budget for Germany. The only exception is accommodation for Berlin and Munich, where we stayed with family. I have researched the cost of an hotel we would otherwise stay in.
Lonely Planet Europe on a Shoestring available on Amazon has some great budget travel ideas for Germany
Budget for two weeks in Germany
Accommodation in Germany
- Berlin – Ibis Mitte 5 nights breakfast included two people AUD 648 EU 417
- Dresden – Ibis town centre. One night breakfast included 4 people AUD 184 EU 118
- Prague – Brix Hostel– 2 nights private room for 2 people AUD 58.
- Munich – Ibis hotel town centre breakfast included 2 people AU 1004 EU646
When visiting Freiburg at the start of our four week road trip, we chose more upmarket accommodation at a spa resort outside the town, which is at the other end of the budget scale.
- 2 nights for two people including dinners, breakfast and drinks AUD 484 EU 328
Transport in Germany
- The most cost effective option before visiting Berlin is to purchase a “Berlin Welcome Card” . This provides you with unlimited transport in and around Berlin for five days – including Potsdam and free entry into up to 30 attractions for AUD 65 or EU 41.50 each. Most larger cities and towns will have a similar offer.
- Bus from Berlin to Dresden for two adults AU 32 EU 20
- Coach from Dresden to Prague for two adults AU 35 EU 22
- Bus from Prague to Munich for two adults AU 45 EU 28
- Munich Travel card AU 41.95 EU 26.90 for 4 days for two people
- Airport cab from Berlin to Tegel airport AU55 EU35
Food and drink in Germany
- Lunch and drinks for 6 people at a riverside cafe Berlin AU 101 EU 65
- Dinner for four at a cafe-style restaurant in Dresden for four people including drinks AU 100 EU64
- Coffee in a cafe or bar AU 3.90 EU 2.5
- Beer in a cafe or bar AU 5.50 EU 3.5
- Beer in the supermarket AU0.90 EU 0.58
- Bottle of wine in supermarket AU 4.70 EU 3
- Glass of wine in a cafe or bar AU 4.70 EU3
- Meal in a local restaurant AU 15 EU 10
- Food from street vendor $7.80 EU 5
- Meal at a Munich beer hall AU 28 EU 18 each
- Lunch in Dresden for four people, with wine and beer AU 101 EU 64.80
Attractions in Germany
- Afternoon cruise on the Spree River AU 35 EU 23
- Cost of entry to Berliner Dom AU11 EU7
- Cost of Entry to Sans Souci Palace day pass AU 29.50 EU 19 each
- Entry to BMW World Munich AU13.25 EU 8.50
- Berlin Welcome Card AU 65 EU 41.50 for 5 days for two people- includes entry to attractions.
The above costings are estimates based upon our own travels, which we hope will assist in planning your trip to Germany. Your own budget will depend upon your tastes and travel styles.