The cost of living in Hamburg almost hits a level close to the top 10 most expensive cities in Germany. To live in comfort - and not just to survive - you should reckon with about 820.20€ per month as a single person - without rent! We'll give you a sense of the cost of living Hamburg.
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Hamburg's neighbourhoods are beautifully rich and richly beautiful. To feel just like a real Hamburger in the midst of historical charm and urban flair, it's all about picking the ideal neighbourhood.
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Did you know that Hamburg ranks as a key economic hub? A magnet for innovation and creativity, but also for tourism, maritime and research - Hamburg opens up a vast range of job opportunities. So, in this economic hotbed, you shouldn't run into any problems in finding your internship in Hamburg!
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You're trying to find your way back to your WG (shared apartment) in Ottensen after barhopping in Schanze with your new friends? Luckily, the dense public transport network in Hamburg (HVV) takes you just about anywhere in no time at all.
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A city of contrast: a laid-back mindset meets brisk startup spirit, concrete blocks adorn the skyline towering over green spaces.
Munich is the capital and most populous city of Bavaria, the second most populous German state.
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.