How to travel with the 9-euro ticket on the ICE trains in Germany

DB: Can you travel with the 9-euro ticket on the ICE trains? When is it possible? Find out...

The 10 German job sectors that are desperately looking for trainees in 2022

A lot of German companies are in a bind: They have vacant apprenticeship (or trainee) positions, but can't...

Now you can dispose of electronic waste in German supermarkets!

Whoever sells it must also take it back! - This also applies to supermarkets in Germany from July 2022. Electronic waste such as disused electric toothbrushes, toasters and computers can...

Will the 1-euro ticket soon replace the 9-euro ticket for buses and trains in Germany?

The 9-euro ticket has been a hit since the beginning of June. The demand for cheap public transport tariffs is enormous. Now the 1-euro ticket is under discussion. 1-euro ticket:...
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Who MUST take their remaining vacation days before the end of 2021?

2021 is slowly coming to an end. If you still have vacation days left, you might think about taking...

10 tips for finding an internship in Germany

To be sure of getting an internship in Germany, plan ahead, make sure that your application file is complete (diplomas , correspondence...

How to find a student job, side job or odd job in Germany

A large majority of German students have odd jobs alongside their studies. What is commonly referred to as...

Can you find a job in Berlin without speaking German?

With its trendy neighborhoods, multiculturalism and legendary nightlife, Berlin is an Eldorado for many young Europeans. Street Art, clubbing,...

Which cities in Germany have the most expensive Apartments?

Rent prices in Germany have been increasing for years...

Air your apartment – this is important in Corona times

It is always important to ventilate properly, as this...

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Definition: what is the Schengen area?

"Schengen area" - the term is common, but for...

What are the differences between the ETIAS visa and the Schengen visa?

Are you planning a trip to the Schengen area...

What happens if the Schengen visa has exceeded 90 days?

Most people apply for a Schengen visa to travel to the Schengen area...

Schengen visa refused: what can I do and how can I prevent it?

The Schengen visa is an important document for nationals...

Travel health insurance for Poland – Schengen visa

Have you planned a trip to Europe and mainly...

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Moving during the Corona crisis? This is what you need to know in 2022

Are you planning to move during the corona crisis? Then...

These are the 12 Berlin neighborhoods with cheap apartments

Cheap apartments in Berlin: In these 12 Berlin neighborhoods...

How to recognize fake apartments for rent advertisements on the Internet in 2022

Fake apartments for rent on the Internet: Easily recognize...

New Heating Costs Ordinance: How will remote readable heating meters affect German tenants?

Remote readable heating meters with radio technology are becoming...

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Coronavirus: Your rights in the event of a trip cancellation and holiday withdrawal

Trip cancellation, withdrawal, high-risk area: what does the corona virus mean for travelers?  Trip cancellation: What rights do you have if the holiday is canceled due to Corona? When does insurance...

Coronavirus: Your rights in the event of a trip cancellation and holiday withdrawal

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Working time fraud: When is a warning or termination legal in Germany?

In Germany, whether consciously or not, if an employee submits incorrect working hours, they is committing working time...

Apply for a job reference: How and when to file a job reference claim in Germany in 2022

In Germany, employees are entitled to a job reference certificate after termination of employment. If an employer does not...

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If you live in Germany as an Expat, you need a bank account and have the right to open a current account.  Some banks in...

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Homeowners insurance is a must for property owners. It insures damage caused by fire, hail, storms and tap water, optionally also natural hazards. If you own...

Subletting in Germany – Tips for Expats

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What is the rental deposit in Germany? Find out how it works and other “Kaution” laws

How does the apartment rental deposit (Kaution) work in Germany? Why do landlords in Germany take a deposit? Can I get my rental deposit...

How tenants and landlords terminate a lease in Germany

Usually, the rental contract for an apartment runs for an indefinite period. The termination of an unlimited lease is therefore an everyday thing. In Germany, a...

Additional costs & operating costs – information about the second rent

The second rent - this is also often used to describe operating costs or ancillary costs. As part of the secodn rent, the landlord has...

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