2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
At the beginning of the holiday season, fuel prices in Germany jumped up again. There is potential for savings when planning refueling stops on vacation.
Before going on vacation, it is worth taking a look at the fuel prices in the destinations and on the way there. Just in time for the start of the holidays, prices in Germany have risen again. On average, 1.57 euros for the liter of Super E10 and 1.41 euros per liter of diesel have to be paid as much as it has not been for months. Proper planning helps save money, according to the ADA C.
Low prices in Poland and Luxembourg
Travelers to Poland should therefore only refuel after crossing the border, as the prices for petrol and diesel there are 1.25 and 1.24 euros respectively. Diesel drivers are the cheapest in Luxembourg at 1.20 euros. And petrol is also available there for a cheap 1.32.
In Croatia, Austria and Switzerland, as well as the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Spain, it is worth driving to the petrol pump. Despite the increased prices in Germany, you should refuel in your home region before traveling to Belgium or Denmark. This is especially true in Italy and the Netherlands. From the burner, 1.74 euros for a liter of petrol and 1.62 euros for a liter of diesel are required. A liter of petrol west of the Rhine costs as much as 1.80 euros, but diesel costs 1.45 euros, which is not much more than in Germany.
The traffic club points out, however, that there can also be considerable regional differences in neighboring countries. (AG)