As one of Europe's largest economies, Germany receives thousands of parcels from the UK each and every day. So, it’s no wonder that sending parcels to Germany is quick and easy with Evri.
Whether you’re sending a business letter to Germany from the UK, or a gift to family or friends in Dusseldorf, you can trust Evri to get them there. We also send parcels to other countries across Europe, including the Netherlands and France, making it easy to deliver across the continent.
When you ship from the UK to Germany with Evri, our team of reliable Couriers are on hand to get all your parcels straight to their destination. You can send parcels internationally up to 15kg, and all of them are priced per 250g, so you can save money sending by providing the exact weight of your parcel. Take a look at our pricing table to see how much it costs to send a parcel to Germany:
|Parcel size||Prices from|
|Parcel size 250g||Prices from £6.68|
|Parcel size 500g||Prices from £7.64|
|Parcel size 1kg||Prices from £8.42|
|Parcel size 2kg||Prices from £9.20|
|Parcel size 5kg+||Prices from £10.47|
Like many countries across Europe, Germany is home to a variety of public holidays that can increase parcel delivery times. To ensure your delivery arrives swiftly, you should avoid sending them around the following dates:
Alongside these national holidays, many individual German states also have their own public holidays that can also lengthen delivery windows, so be sure to have a look for these before sending your parcel on its way.
Running a product-based business means you'll often have multiple items to send at once. Our Bulk Integrations tool makes it quick and easier to send several parcels to Germany in one go:
If you send a parcel to Germany with Evri, you get access to all of the following benefits for your parcel:
Although our Couriers can send a variety of different items abroad, there are some restrictions you need to keep in mind when sending parcels by courier to Germany.
You can see which items are not permitted in our prohibited items list. You should also check the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and the UK Civil Aviation Authority guides. This means you can keep up-to-date with the latest restrictions for parcels sent to other countries, via airlines.
When you send a package to Germany, you'll need to follow the correct address structure laid out below:
Mr J. Bloggs
Home Avenue 28
But don’t worry, all you need to do is enter the right address information at checkout and we’ll make sure it’s formatted correctly when you print your label.