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.
Expat in Berlin and not sure how to move? Use this comprehensive guide filled with 15 tips explaining how to go about moving house in Berlin.
It’s been more than a year since my last Berlin expat life update. Find out how I’m feeling & my tentative plans to develop into a better version of myself.
If you’re planning a move to Germany, you’ll need health insurance. Read this to find out all the things you need to know about health insurance in Germany.
New to Berlin & looking to connect with locals? A longtime Berliner looking for the same? Join any of these 31 Berlin Meetup groups for meeting new people.
Looking back at last year, I round up my top ten blog posts of 2016 on cherylhoward.com. Includes German nudity, why visit Mostar, & more.
After calling the German capital home for more than three years, there are things that seem weird about Toronto after you’ve lived in Berlin.
Since Berlin enacted a ban prohibiting the rental of entire holiday flats, you may wonder if you should book an Airbnb apartment in Berlin.
Berlin is a city loved and written about by many. Read this account by a Berliner local Fiona Laughton, who tells us her favourite things about Berlin.
Looking to find a flat in Berlin? Use this complete listing of Facebook groups where Berliners advertise rooms or apartments for rent.
Photos from a Sunday in Berlin, including autumn scenes, happenings at Alexanderplatz, and train station snaps.
As an expat, you often ask the question “where is home anyway?” Is it your hometown or your new town? I examine my personal experience of Toronto vs. Berlin.