German culture is perfectly open to public nudity. I disrobed twice—once in a German spa and again in Berlin's Tiergarten for some naked sunbathing in Berlin. Travel has done some tremendous things to my life.
By Erin Porter. The truth is, it is quite normal to strip off all your clothes on a sunshiney day in Germany. Nudity is no big deal whether you be in the saunaon the beachor in a park.
I have dedicated most of my free time in the last years to discover the world, and beaches offer some of the most stunning landscapes on Earth. The next step was to enjoy them as naturally as possible, which obviously mean without clothes. Now I think it is time for me to share this liberating experience and try to help others to discover it. Publicar un comentario.
If you're in Europe and you're reading this, there's a big chance that you are sweating your shirt off in a heatwave. For a lot of countries this is pretty bad news, because even though you have lakes and rivers going through most major cities, you're not really allowed to go swim in them, for safety reasons or simply because the authorities are too lazy to supervise that area. In some countries you aren't even allowed to relax on the grass in the parks, which only leaves you with air-conditioned apartments and expensive swimming pool memberships.
Tourists making their initial visit to Germany sometimes do a double-take the first time they they see a naked person. Germans think nothing of stripping to sunbathe. They do it on on beaches, by lakes, and in heavily frequented urban parks in Berlin and Munich.
The narrow spit of forest-covered land is fringed by a 6-mile beach of fine white sand lapped by the deep blue Baltic Sea. Kids splash in the gentle surf, couples stroll hand-in-hand along the shore, families picnic on herring and beer, a naked guy stands in line at the ice-cream trolley. Other countries set aside remote spots for naturists to indulge in their love of stripping bare.
This list of social nudity places in Europe is a list of places where social nudity is practiced for recreation in Europe. It includes free beaches or clothing-optional beaches or nude beaches and some resorts. Naturism is popular in Austria, with social nudity places typically indicated by FKK signs.