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1 hour ago, Mljstr said:

That opens a whole new can of worms- tipping in Europe-Yes or no and  how much if any??????

Generally yes, tipping is common for waiters/bar tenders, taxi drivers, tour guides and roomservice. It's mostly a concept of bringing the amount up to a round figure. Anywhere between 5-10% is fine. And if you get bad service -> don't tip at all. Also, don't expect to get better service just because you tipped, this is not the US 😂

Of course, there's an exception to everything: if you ever find yourself in a beer tent on Munich's October fest - better tip generously and regularly order another round of drinks - or you'll be asked to leave because the waitress can get more money from a new customer 🤣

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7 hours ago, Mljstr said:

That opens a whole new can of worms- tipping in Europe-Yes or no and  how much if any??????

 

Tipping in Europe is in my opinion how it should be anywhere in the world, that being you tip if you feel what you got was worth a tip. 

There's no set amount, there's no 15,18 or 20% added or circled on bill because its expected. The only time you may see an added service charge is if there is a large group however this will be mentioned on board outside or on menu, apart from that leave what you want and if you leave nothing because food and service are terrible then so be it, you wont be the first or last to do it. 

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