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Finnlines has instructions for foot passengers on its website: https://www.finnlines.com/ferry-trips/contact/harbours-and-driving-instructions/travemunde It contains the following mention: Please be aware that there is no walkway from the Lübeck-Travemünde Skandinavienkai train station to the Skandinavienkai Terminal. As a foot passenger you will be taken ...


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According to https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php, you can enter Germany because of an exception applying to "passengers with a long term visa issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland." While airlines will check IATA (Timatic, more specifically), it's prudent to check the official source which concurs. https://www.bmi.bund.de/SharedDocs/...


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YES! but only if the Ficktionsbescheinigung was issued after a § 81 Abs. 4 of the AufenthG https://service.berlin.de/dienstleistung/326233/ so if yours is § 81 Abs. 3 of the AufenthG then no


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Is it possible to do something like that? Yes, e.g. https://www.hertz.com/: Is there anything I should be aware of? The drop fee. https://www.enterprise.com/en/help/faqs/car-rental-drop-charge.html: A drop charge is a fee for picking up a rental car at one location and returning it to a different location. The rental car drop fee varies depending on ...


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On the page you are linking to, you can find in the section 'Fragen und Antworten ...' (questions and answers) a more detailed description about what they mean with 'mostly'. International tickets can be used flexibly until 2020-10-31 with the following restrictions: For all trains with compulsory seat reservations, you need a new seat reservation for the ...


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Under current exceptional circumstances, you need to check relevant COVID regulations as well. You will be required to undergo COVID testing in India or France. A mandatory quarantine may be ordered if the result is positive or you present symptoms. Additionally, you will need to sign a certificate that you are symptom-free and give reason for your travel to ...


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Short Answer: you can transfer airside at Frankfurt without a transit visa. Longer Answer: Airlines check passenger documents carefully before boarding. The IATA database Timatic collects and presents this information to the airline, which is reviewed before a boarding pass is issued. The German Federal Foreign Office presents different eligibility ...


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Just from looking at a map of the area, my instinct is that this would be very tight. Probably doable with a taxi but not likely on foot is my rough assessment of the matter. However, a more important question is, does it matter? What sort of train journey are you making? If it is a relatively local one (within Schleswig-Holstein, or to Hamburg) it is quite ...


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The 'German' rules are, in reality, the rules of the individual Federal states (Länder). As your first source also states: Regulation of the quarantine obligation falls under the jurisdiction of the Federal Laender. Both your second source (Nordrhein-Westfalen) and the corresponding Berlin law use the word aufgehalten, which in the English version of the ...


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