Passport and visa regulations
|Passport required||visa required||Return ticket required|
ID cards/identity cards
 et al. Germans, Swiss and citizens of EU countries can enter Germany for stays of up to 90 days with an identity card that is still valid for at least 6 months. However, if the arrival and departure takes place via third countries, a passport is required.
Generally required, must still be valid for at least 6 months upon entry.
Generally required, except for citizens of the following countries listed in the table above for permanent residence, unless otherwise specified: (a) EU countries and Switzerland.(b)  Turkish nationals who hold a valid residence permit for a Schengen country or have a long-term visa D from a Schengen country. Passport must be issued within the last 10 years for stays of up to 90 days within a 180 day period.
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Documents required upon entry
(a) Return or Onward Ticket. (b) Sufficient Funds. (c) Passport that is valid for at least 6 months upon entry.  EU citizens and Swiss nationals do not need a return or onward travel ticket for direct entry.
Extension of stay
EU citizens and Swiss citizens, among others, do not need a visa for stays longer than 90 days.
Entry with children
Since June 27, 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (also within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.