Life in Germany – 9 Virtual Sports Offers From Local Gyms in Frankfurt

Quarantine, home office and social distance do not have to mean that the whole world is now mutating into couch potatoes sitting on the couch. Especially now, that life is mainly sitting at home, it is all the more important to keep your pulse going and stretch your joints.  Regardless of whether you have already done […]

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Coronavirus Crisis – Things That Change in April 2020 in Germany / the local

A cuckoo clock in Triberg, Baden-Württemberg. Photo: DPA Whether long-time plans or emergency measures in response to the corona crisis, there’s a lot changing in Germany as of Wednesday(1st April 2020). Higher ticket prices Months before the corona crisis hit, a new regulation was approved to make flying less attractive through higher ticket prices and […]

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Coronavirus: Is Germany heading towards A Full Lockdown? / The Local

Cafes are still open, like this one in Berlin. Photo: DPA The German government wants to avoid imposing a forced curfew in the fight against coronavirus. But is urging people to cut down on social contact enough? On Wednesday morning, the Robert Koch Institute for public health said up to 10 million people in Germany […]

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Life in Germany – All About Gaining German Permanent Residence Permit / über Niederlassungserlaubnis

Once you have been living and working in Germany on a temporary residence permit for a certain amount of time, you are entitled to apply for a permanent settlement permit. This type of residence permit, as the name suggests, grants you the right to remain in Germany indefinitely and gives you free access to the labor market. Types of […]

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Life In Germany – Enjoy Easter Holiday Market in Frankfurt / I am Expat

Related PostLIFE IN GERMANY – OSTERMONTAG – WHAT DO GERMAN DO ON EASTER HOLIDAY ? Easter markets are as much a long-standing tradition in Germany as the very popular Christmas markets. Villages, town and cities all over the country celebrate the season with painted eggs and regional delicacies. In Frankfurt, the main Easter market takes place in the beautiful setting of […]

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Life in Germany – Ostermontag – What Do German Do On Easter Holiday ?

When is Easter Monday (Ostermontag)? Easter Monday is a Christian holiday celebrated the day after Easter Sunday. Easter Sunday (Ostersonntag) in Germany annually celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection after his crucifixion on Good Friday, according to the Christian Bible. People mark the day by attending special church services, giving gifts and sharing festive meals with family […]

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Coronavirus In Germany – 20 Germans Released From Quarantine in Berlin

They left the German Red Cross clinic two weeks after being flown out of the Chinese city of Wuhan. Germany has reported a total of 16 coronavirus cases but no deaths. Twenty Germans who had visited China were released from a two-week quarantine at a German Red Cross (DRK) clinic on Sunday (23rd Feb 2020) […]

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LIFE IN GERMANY – 6 Best Cities In Germany For Work You Must Know

Using a comprehensive methodology, based on German cities’ performance in vital aspects related to work like job offerings, salaries, living costs and future prospects, I present the list of best cities in Germany for work. Let’s get started of the 6 best cities in Germany for work! 1.Frankfurt Frankfurt is the fifth biggest German city […]

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LIFE IN GERMANY – HOME DECOR – Green Shopping in OBI on Valentines Day

Today is Valentine’s day. As I mentioned on previous post, My boyfriend and I decided to spend our time doing practical but enjoyable things for the day. For starting of the special day, as I have been thinking about putting green plant in apartment for little home decor, I suggested to go a place for […]

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Life In Germany – 5 Things You Must Know About Agentur für Arbeit

To people living in Germany, I am going to share you something you might not know. This post would be helpful to everyone related to working in the country for a while. *Just be noted that my postings related to Germany are written in perspective of foreigner, as I am. If you are looking for […]

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Getting A Job in Germany – Top 8 Useful Job Searching Platforms

Hello, I hope you have a productive day today. Are you a skilled professional looking for a job in Germany? Or are you simply searching for student job or temporary / part-time job in Germany? Through below Top 8 job searching platforms, you will be able to be informed about job search and job vacancies. 1.Linkedin LinkedIn is an […]

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