Customs regulations

Goods crossing the border into Germany or the European Union may be subject to import limitations or duties. Learn more on rules and regulations when importing goods as an individual traveller or on a business level.

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Customs regulations for individual travellers

If you are entering Germany from a non-EU state, most goods carried by you are tax/duty-free unless they exceed certain quantity and value limits. Certain goods, however, you may not (or only under certain conditions) import.

Germanys customs authority has sumed up details for you on their website.

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Customs regulations for the commercial importation of goods

Become aware of basic information on the customs provisions governing the movement of goods, services and capital, on the civil aviation tax, and on the relevant labour and social legislation.

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Customs regulations

Do you have questions about the private movements of goods and cash, on customs procedures, commercial goods traffic or on postal traffic? Check out the extensive Q&A section of the German Customs Adm...

Customs regulations

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