There have been quite a few signs we've seen while traveling that left us wondering “What the hell does that mean?” So we've decided to write a post to help you guys out in case you ever run across these signs. Here goes…

From an overnight train to Munich
Left: How to open the window
Middle: No smoking
Right: Clearly a whistling cell phone, but I'm unsure if it's being encouraged or discouraged

From metro in Madrid
Top: Beware of large child hands
Bottom: No dancing

From hotel in Madrid
This states “Shsss” as opposed to “Shhhh”. There is a difference in pronunciation and meaning.

From train to Madrid
Meaning: Baby tickling station

Street sign in Berlin
Meaning: Children beware of man with paddle

6 Comments on “Silly Signs in Europe”

  1. grzecka says:

    LOL!! Please do this again…too funny!

    1. davidsbrown says:

      I’m hoping I’ll find more. Some of these signs are ridiculous!

  2. sebrown57 says:

    hahaha!……….that’s great!

  3. I couldn’t stop laughing but I really thought that last one was badminton using children instead of birdies

    1. davidsbrown says:

      Haha. Excellent interpretation!

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