Is Essen a good place to live

Is Essen a good place to live?

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Essen is one of the best real estate markets in the country. Rental rates and property prices are at the top end of the property market. Most Germans rent their flats and those who want to buy a house require a loan. Home insurance is crucial for those who decide…

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Moving to Essen

Moving to Essen

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Essen is the ninth largest city in Germany. It is considered the energy capital of the country, as Essen is home to the headquarters of Germany’s two largest energy suppliers. Founded over a thousand years ago, Essen has a rich history, but its rise to prominence coincided with the industrial…

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Guide to the life in Essen

Guide to the good life in Essen

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With many large companies based around the city, plus enough natural areas to make it one of the greenest cities in Germany. Essen has something for a wide range of tastes. Life in Essen can be very rewarding, and the many transport links make exploring the local culture easy. Moving…

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Dusseldorf, the students city

Düsseldorf, the student city

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Düsseldorf is popular with many people and offers a high quality of life. Therefore, living in the large city is somewhat more expensive than, for example, in the Ruhr area, a neighbouring metropolitan area. In alternative districts, such as Flingern or Bilk, many students live in inexpensive shared flats because…

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Dusseldorf, the city for creative people

Düsseldorf, the city for creative people

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Düsseldorf, located at the transition from the Lower Rhine to Bergisches Land, is the political centre of North Rhine-Westphalia with over 500,000 inhabitants as the state capital. The metropolis on the Rhine is of international importance not only because of its extraordinary economic strength, but also in the fields of…

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Jobs and education in Frankfurt

Jobs and education in Frankfurt

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Frankfurt is widely regarded as one of the business capitals of Europe with a very low unemployment rate, so if your business is finance-related, you will find plenty of opportunities here. Big pharma also has a presence in Frankfurt, so if your background is scientific, you’ll find work there. This…

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What to know before moving to Frankfurt?

What to know before moving to Frankfurt?

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Languages Residents of Frankfurt officially speak German as their formal language, but they also use a dialect unique to the area, Frankfurterisch, which uses expressions and terms that people from other German cities will have difficulty understanding. Conventional German will be fine, as will English. As Frankfurt is a business…

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What is transportation like in frankfurt

What is transportation like in Frankfurt?

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If you’re hoping to drive and change your US driving permit when you arrive in Frankfurt, you’ll need to prepare for a lot of administration and expense. Unfortunately, this is unavoidable. A German driving licence is known as a Führerschein, and how easy it is to obtain depends on where…

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Moving to Stuttgart

Moving to Stuttgart

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Stuttgart is the sixth largest city in Germany, with 610,000 inhabitants and 5 million in the surrounding metropolitan area. Despite this, it has a small-town feel thanks to its large green spaces and nature reserves. The city is famous as the “cradle of the automobile”, as it was here that…

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