Are you looking for a job in Berlin? Then check out this ever growing list of companies in Berlin who are hiring right now.
As so many people wanted to know, “Do Germans swim naked?”, we break it down and tell you the truth by answering this very burning and important question.
2020 brought us a lot of changes when it comes to travel. Read my experience of what it’s like to travel Germany during COVID-19.
Find out the different ways you can make friends in Berlin with these tips about how to meet new people in the German capital.
Read this guide stuffed full of cool things to do around Hamburg Schanzenviertel, including where to eat, shop, drink, stay, & more.
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Visiting a new place can be overwhelming, especially knowing what mistakes to avoid. Locals share advice for Berlin tourists to handle the city like a pro.
With more than 800 hotels in the city, it’s hard to know where to stay for your Berlin vacation. See these 15 hotels in Berlin Mitte to get started.
Many wonder what is the cost of living in Berlin? One local (me!), reveals average personal expenses for things like rent, electricity, phone plans, & more.
Only 3 hours from Berlin, Warnemünde is the perfect escape for Berliners. Think seafood restaurants, a long sandy beach, therapeutic spas, & the Baltic Sea.
This moving to Berlin guide is the most comprehensive guide out there. Find where to learn German, find a job, secure a flat, open a bank account, & more.
Experience more of Europe with these day trips from Berlin. Expect quirky architecture, postcard scene Old Towns, and plenty of food and drink tips.
This list of essential tools for expats living abroad in Germany includes tips that will make adjusting to your new life in Europe easy.
After living in Germany for a number of years, you start to become more and more “German”. From recycling, to public nudity, drinking beer in public, and being on time (even early) for meetings at work, find out the signs you’ve been in Germany for a long time.