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Travel Guide: Muskauer Park in Bad Muskau, Germany #travel

Muskauer Park

Bad Muskau, Germany

A landscaped park of 559.9 ha astride the Neisse River and the border between Poland and Germany, it was created by Prince Hermann von Puckler-Muskau from 1815 to 1844. Blending seamlessly with the surrounding farmed landscape, the park pioneered new approaches to landscape design and influenced the development of landscape architecture in Europe and America. Designed as a ‘painting with plants’, it did not seek to evoke classical landscapes, paradise, or some lost perfection, instead using local plants to enhance the inherent qualities of the existing landscape. This integrated landscape extends into the town of Muskau with green passages that formed urban parks framing areas for development. The town thus became a design component in a utopian landscape. The site also features a reconstructed castle, bridges and an arboretum.

Map of Muskauer Park

More info about Bad Muskau

Coronavirus in Bad Muskau

As much as it pains us to say, now is not the best time to be boarding that plane, boat or train. More and more countries are going into COVID-19 lockdown and closing their borders, which is making it virtually impossible to travel anyway. You can track the current coronavirus right now.

Culture in Bad Muskau

We've written a very extensive guide filled with insightfull comments and handy tips and tricks about all the aspects to traveling in Germany. We've summarized the most critical things below, but you can discover more information in our detailed guide to Germany.

Money in Bad Muskau

Currencie(s): Euro

  • 1 Euro = 1.19 $
  • 1 Euro = 0.89 £

Tipping: Not seen as obligatory, but most people in Germany consider tipping to be good manners as well as a way to express gratitude for good service. Rounding up the bill in Germany is commonplace.

Corruption: Germany has a corruption score of 20 out of 100.
If your itinerary runs through Germany, you're pretty safe. According to Transparency International, Germany is one of the least corrupt nations around the world.

Germany is not concidered to be a dangerous country, with a Global Peace Index of 1.55 out of 4.
This report is the only one of its kind that measures how dangerous or safe a nation is based on 23 different indicators, including political terror, deaths from internal conflict, murder rate, and ease of access to small arms and light weapons.

Language in Bad Muskau

Language(s): German
Here are a few basic lines to get you started:
  • Yes = Ja
  • No = Nein
  • Thank You = Danke
  • Hello = Hallo
  • Do you speak English? = Sprichst du Englisch?
  • Please = Bitte
  • Bye = Tschüss
  • Excuse Me = Entschuldigen Sie mich
  • Where is the Bathroom? = Wo ist die Toilette?
  • What is your Name? (My Name Is) = Wie ist dein Name? (Mein Name ist)

Food & Drinks in Bad Muskau

3 National dishes: Sauerbraten, Bratwurst & Eisbein.

Tap Water: It's safe to drink tap water.

Drinking age: The minimum age for drinking in Bad Muskau is 16.
On- and off-premise age minimum is 16 for beer and wine/18 for spirits.

Religion in Bad Muskau

Germany contains a few regions that are considered as a religious. According to the Gallup Poll in 2009 research, only 40% of the population thinks religion is important in their daily life. More info about this study can be found here. The religous adherents are Protestant 34%, Roman Catholic 34%, Muslim 3.7%, unaffiliated or other 28.3%. Read this article about the impact of religion on your travel plans.

Sex & Relationships in Bad Muskau

Age of Consent: 14 years.

Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage) is legalized in Germany since 2017.

Germany scores a 7/10 on the 'Gay Travel Index'.

Other practical tips for Bad Muskau

Timezone: UTC+01:00

Driving: Right-hand traffic.

Power adapters and converters: 230 V (50 Hz), Plug C / F

Weather: Currently overcast clouds, with a temperature between 2.8 and 3.3°C (37 and 38°F)

Pollution (PM2.5 fine dust particles): 12.03 µg/m3
PM2.5 Fine dust particulates can be carried deep into the lungs where they can cause inflammation and a worsening of the condition of people with heart and lung diseases. The smaller the particles the deeper they travel into the lungs, with more potential for harm. Note that the World Health Organisation's guideline value is 20 µg/m3. So you have nothing to worry about when travelling to Germany.

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