Posts tagged with expaths

  1. Berlin Housing Guide

    Moving to a city like Berlin is exciting but make sure to be well prepared so you can enjoy the city to the fullest! Housing is probably up there on the priority list when it comes to moving to a new city and/or country right? We thought so too. However, finding a place to rent in Berlin might not be as easy and straightforward if you have no idea about things such as all the types of houses, housing jargon, neighbourhood, etc. Berlin is a big city. It is nine times the size of Paris. In finding accommodation, we all have our preferences and we encourage you to know the kind of place you want to be your home - not just a house. Knowing what you want might be a bit tricky if this is the first time you’re moving to a city/country but don’t worry we got you a guide on the critical things you need to know about Berlin housing. So, here are the things you need to know when looking for a place to stay in Berlin!

  2. Neighbourhoods in Berlin

    As you might imagine, Berlin has some popular spots that people tend to live in. Here are some of the best district and places to live in Berlin:

  3. Neighborhoods in Hamburg

    Embark on a journey through Hamburg, Germany's maritime gem. In this concise guide, we'll traverse its diverse neighbourhoods, offering a brief overview of their unique vibes and price points. Let's dive in!

  4. Living in Munich: A Guide for Expats

    Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is a charismatic city renowned for its rich history, architecture, and vibrant neighbourhoods. Its distinctive areas each exude unique personalities, each one contributing a different colour to the Munich mosaic.

  5. Discovering Stuttgart: A Glimpse into the Citys Vibrant Neighbourhoods

    Stuttgart, located in southwest Germany, is a diverse and vibrant city known for its automobile history, stunning architecture, and beautiful green spaces. This lively city is divided into numerous unique neighbourhoods, each with its own character and appeal. Lets delve into some of the most noteworthy ones.

  6. The Reality of Renting in Berlin: A Mix of Charm and Challenge

    Berlin, the vibrant and historic capital of Germany, But for new arrivals, the initial excitement of moving to Berlin can be dampened by the harsh reality of the housing market