Free Visits to Museums
Germany has many museums that you can visit for free. You can see an amazing panoramic view of the capital from the Victory Column and the Reichstag dome completely for if you reserve the time for your visit two or three weeks in advance.
If you like politics and history, it is recommended to get to the German Cathedral and Museum of Brewing Culture, where exhibitions showcase GDR’s life and how the democracy was developing in the country.
Gardens, Parks, and a Zoo
With some exception, most of the parks, reserves, and gardens in Germany do not have entry fees. In Tiergarten, which is in the heart of Berlin, you can jog with the locals and visit the part of Berlin Zoo where lamas live.
In Munich, from May to October from 2 p.m. on Sundays and weekends, there are free tours with the guide at the Wildlife Center. They will be especially interesting for families with children who can see the animals that live there.
Visit Football Training
If you are an ardent football fan, you will be happy to hear that you can visit the Bavaria football club training free of charge. The schedule of the trainings is on the website of the football team. There is no need to book in advance
Singing in karaoke for a wide audience can also be completely free in Germany. On Sundays in summer, from 3 to 8 p.m., you can sing a song in Mauerpark. Come in advance to take a good seat from here the host will be able to see you better and thus invite you on the stage.
Free excursions in Germany are also common. For instance, if you are going to Dusseldorf, join an excursion around the town hall that lasts 1.5 hour.
In summer, take a free walking tour around Berlin from Thursday to Sunday. The route will take you by the important attractions of the capital. Excursions are held in German and English.
Attend Lectures in German Universities
Entrance to universities in the country is free so that everybody who wants can always attend lectures. It might be difficult to get to the seminars due to the restricted quantity of participants, but it is still worth it.
Also, museums and bookstores around the country often held meetings with famous writers. Find out more information on the website of a certain bookstore or museum.