Many would argue that Google does not show favoritism towards the US and launches products all over the globe as soon as possible. However, this has not been the case with Indoor Maps, and understandably so. The service requires immense amounts of data collection and collation, and I can understand why the rollout of this particular service might be staggered.
After bringing Indoor Maps to the US and UK, Germany is now the next European country that has received the service. Users will now be able to find their way around a number of German shopping malls, airports, museums, and other public places of interest. Germany is the latest in a list of European countries that has access to the service, with France, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden and Belgium already enjoying these features.
Hit the source below for the full details (in German).