The cost of living in Berlin is just above the European average and yet the vibrant city is the cheapest capital city in Western Europe! A true paradise for all international students and young expats who want to swap their life in their home country for the urban jungle without having to dig too deep into their pockets.
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Berlin can be hip or historic, with the energy of a bustling metropolis, always on the brink of something extraordinary. Do you have an idea of which of the 12 neighbourhoods best suits you?
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You have your eye on Berlin as your base for your next internship? Well, get ready for a real gem! The glaring contrasts in Berlin certainly are reflected among businesses as well: you’ll find both large corporations next to brand new startups in the capital. Did you know that every 14 hours a new startup is founded in Berlin?
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No doubt, as a newcomer to a city, you’ll find it difficult at first to get a sense of the distances within a city. Here's how you'll be just like a true Berliner that always finds the smartest way to get around in Berlin in no time at all, day in and day out. We promise: Berlin isn’t as chaotic as the concrete jungle first might seem!
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Munich is the capital and most populous city of Bavaria, the second most populous German state.
The city of over 2000 bridges! Draw in architectural gems, vibrant shopping districts and fresh fish from the salty spring.
Frankfurt am Main is Germany's bustling business hub! With its towering skyscrapers, it's also known as the 'Mainhattan' of Europe!
The cradle of the German Automotive industry! Its hills and valleys have been home to vineyards and wineries since Roman times!
'Kölle Alaaf'. Don't get it? Wait and see, you'll find out in February amidst candy showers and costumes.