3 Things Germans Do On A Sunday Posted by Sten on Jan 31, 2016 in Culture, Holidays, Traditions
For many people, Sunday is a langweiliger Tag (lazy day) on which they have a lot of time. However, a lot of people don’t know what to do on that day. Below I listed 3 things that Germans do on a Sunday and that you can do too, with posts that can help you with it! Of course, you can also just read and learn from these posts on a Sunday ;-). Enjoy!
Going for a coffee with friends or family is a great idea on a Sunday! Most people have time, and it is a nice time to get together and have a “recap” of what they did in their lives. With this post, you will definitely know how to order and what the different coffee varieties mean in Germany!
Another wonderful plan is to visit a Sehenswürdigkeit (sight, tourist attraction) – if the weather allows it, of course!
There are many great places to visit in Germany, like Schloss Neuschwanstein, the capital Berlin with the Fernsehturm, the Brandenburger Tor, and many, many other sights, like Lübeck.
If you want to stay home, maybe the next tip is a better idea…
Watching a movie is fun! An all-time German classic is Lola Rennt. Above is the trailer. Other good movies are Good-bye Lenin, Die Welle, or Das Boot. A recent and controversial movie is Er Ist Wieder Da (Look Who’s Back).
ImDB has a good list of German movies, of which I can recommend Das Leben der Anderen (The Live Of Others). I myself recommend you to watch German movies in German, and movies from other countries not in German. I am personally not a fan of dubbing.
Have fun on your Sunday!
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