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3 things you can do on the way to Germany using your phone

Traveling to another country - the mere thought of it evokes pleasant feelings, but time to travel can sometimes be longer. Therefore, it is especially useful to prepare and think - what to do along the way? You can easily reach Germany by DFDS ferry, however, a night trip will ensure that you can relax most of the time, but what to do when you wake up. Here are some options you can do to get to your destination - it's simple, because all you need is your phone.

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Learn basic German phrases

The quiet atmosphere of the trip and the undisturbed environment are perfect for learning. On the way to Germany, you can learn a few key phrases. Research shows that local tourists are more valued when they see their efforts to embrace the local culture, including their ability to speak the local language. Also, it will be a great way to start a conversation. Of course, in such a short time you will not be able to learn many of the tricks of the German language, but you can definitely memorize politeness phrases, introduce yourself or how to order the food you want in a restaurant. Here are some mobile apps to help you learn:

  • Babbel;
  • DeutschAkademie;
  • MindSnack's Learn German;
  • Busuu;
  • Duolingo.
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Meet the geniuses of music

Many musical geniuses and performers saw the world in Germany and made their music famous in this country. During the trip, you can take the time to meet German musicians and composers.

Ludwig van Beethoven or Johann Sebastian Bach are still considered to be the jewels of their era in the world - they are masters of German classics, whose works still hold their breath. Not a fan of classical music? Remember the songs of the legendary band "Scorpions" - these artists also come from Germany. The country has also donated groups such as Enigma or Boney M to the world.

A trip to Germany is a great opportunity to listen to these - classics - performers.

  • Boney M
  • Enigma
  • Scorpions
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Johann Sebastian Bach

Engage in the world’s largest treasure hunt

Geocaching is the world's largest treasure hunt game network. Millions of participants - and the same number of "treasures" hidden in many corners of the world. All you need - a phone and a pen - because once you find the treasure you have to sign up for a magazine.

Download the app, register and everything - a map in front of your eyes with marked places and hints.

There are many hiding places in both Klaipeda and Kiel.

If you already know which paths you will take - take your free time to analyze the treasure map, see where the most convenient hiding places are, what hints are given and forward to the search!

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Wi-Fi on the ferry - stay connected!

To get Wi-Fi access on the ferry, connect to the DFDS-guest network, visit getwifi.no and purchase a package of high-quality wireless internet services. Depending on the package you choose, you can use Wi-Fi for 1 hour, 3 hours or the entire trip. You can easily purchase the service by phone or at the ferry reception. The connection works everywhere - both in common areas and in cabins.

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