Purchase Mycra Pac Rain Coats in Germany
Mycra Pac Designer wear is sewn in the USA and now you can have your Mycra Pac Raincoats mailed to Germany. These beautiful raincoats can be purchased from Going In Style Travel Rain Coats & Gear and shipped overseas to Germany. Going In Style ships your Mycra Pac Rain Coat USPS Priority Mail International. For more information on shipping your Mycra Pac Rain Coat to Germany visit our International Shipping page.
Guten Morgen Germany! Germany's gorgeous green terrain in the lowlands and beautiful fluffly snow in the Bavarian Alps is all due to the abundance of precipitation that Germany gets each year. Germany is a gorgeous green, yet wet country so it is always wise to be prepared for rain. Whether you are visiting the Neuschwanstein Castle in the Bavarian Alps, passing by the iconic Brandenburg Gate, or touring the local breweries, it is prudent to take along proper rain gear to protect yourself unexpected showers.
Mycra Pac Raincoats are the perfect go anywhere coat. These coats are wasserdicht for superior rain protection and have an oversize hood that doubles as a pretty accordion style collar. Having a lightweight, waterproof jacket that you can throw on at a moment's notice can be a life saver when you are sightseeing or commuting to work. Mycra Pac raincoats are lightweight and easily fold up into its own matching tote bag for carrying around Germany, or can be stowed away into travel luggage. You will look modisch sein in your classic cut Mycra Pac Raincoat that pairs perfectly with a tailored blazer and slacks, jeans or a skirt. But leave your bulky white tennis shoes at home; German women usually wear dark colored, sleek tennis shoes that make an outfit look put together. Some establishments even have a dress code preventing white sneaker wearers from entering. Don't wear stiletto heels because Germany has lots of cobblestone streets that are not high heel friendly. Bring dark shoes and lots of neutrals for layering and mixing and matching. An umbrella can be a practical fashion accessory for wandering the streets of Berlin. Also, Germans love to wear scarves all year round. A scarf can be the perfect modeartikel for touring Germany and blending in with the locals.
Germany is located in central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland, just south of Denmark. Germany is strategically located on North European Plain and is along the entrance to the Baltic Sea. To compare the size of Germany, it is slightly smaller than the state of Montana.
The climate is Germany is mild and marine; cool, cloudy, with wet winters and wet summers. Spring weather can be unpredictable with warm sunny weather one day and cold rainy weather the next day. Summer weather is very pleasant, however summer also gets the most precipitation. Germany is a wet country. The capitol of Germany, Berlin receiving 23 inches (571 mm) of precipitation annually.
Germany has over a dozen international airports for getting to your destination. The most popular airport is Berlin-tegel Airport serving the capitol of Berlin. Other International airports in Germany include Cologne / bonn Airport in Cologne, Franz Josef Strauss Airport serving Munich, and Weeze Airport serving the city of Weeze, Germany.
Germany has excellent roads including its famous autobahn, which is a special freeway running through Germany with rest stops, emergency phone stations, and gas s tations. Germany has no public road tolls.
If you choose not to travel by car you can always take the train, which is arguable the most efficient rail system min Europe. However, train tickets can be pricey, depending on which train you are taking and what your destination is. You can buy a Schönes-wochenende-ticket, which translates to a Nice-Weekend-Ticket. This is a second class ticket that allows you and a guest passenger to travel anywhere in Germany on Saturday until midnight or on Sunday until 3 am.
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For more information on Germany visit the CIA World Factbook