When tourists visit Germany one of the things they most complain about is having to pay to use the toilet. Using a public restroom in Germany can cost anywhere from 20c to €1. However, paying to use the toilet is one thing I will never complain about here. Why? Because the toilets are clean.
In my travels, I have never encountered a nation of such exceptionally clean public toilets as Germany. With the extremely rare exception, public toilets here are well stocked with toilet paper, have almost no reminders of what the last person did in there and you aren’t afraid to walk on the floor or touch any of the doors. If that is not worth paying a little bit of money for, then I’m not sure what is.
So, lighten up, beloved tourist. Hand over your 60c without complaining that you don’t have to pay to use the toilet where you are from and experience what you will probably never experience there, a public toilet that is almost as clean as your toilet at home.