CITY TAX FREIBURG

 Save 5 % city tax in Freiburg when trav­el­ling for busi­ness pur­pose

City Tax Freiburg

Freiburg imposed an accom­mod­a­tion tax on 1 Janu­ary 2014. Trav­el­ling for busi­ness reas­ons is exempt.

  • Five per­cent of the net cost of accom­mod­a­tion:
    • excludes break­fast
    • Excludes oth­er ser­vices
  • Day rooms, no-show book­ings and can­cel­la­tions are sub­ject to the tax
  • Chil­dren under the age of 18 are exempt from the tax

 

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Get exemp­ted as fol­lows…

Employ­ees:

    • Com­pleted cer­ti­fic­a­tion: –> down­load here

or

  • The book­ing should be made by, and the invoice should be issued to, and ideally paid by the employ­er

Freel­an­cers, self-employed indi­vidu­als and con­tract­ors:

  • Com­plete the self-cer­ti­fic­a­tion –> down­load here
    The cer­ti­fic­a­tion is always val­id for one stay; if you depart on a Fri­day and return on a Monday, then a new cer­ti­fic­a­tion has to be sub­mit­ted to the hotel.

    Your city tax exemp­tion on busi­ness trips

    City tax exemp­tion is quite simple: the taxes are only due for privately arranged trips. As soon as you are trav­el­ing for busi­ness reas­ons, the hotel can refrain from cal­cu­lat­ing and for­ward­ing the city tax to the muni­cip­al­ity.

    BUT: The hotels are instruc­ted by the cit­ies to take the tax from the room bill only if it is clearly proven that the stay is for busi­ness reas­ons.

    Every city demands dif­fer­ent doc­u­ments, so you are exactly right here on this page. Here you will always find cur­rent inform­a­tion and tem­plates that allow you to sleep tax-free in each city.