Getting from Berlin to Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, or Frankfurt is possible in many ways – and here comes a full overview of all of them. (I bet you didn’t know number 4 yet!)
There are many free bank accounts in Germany – but the new N26 (previously known as Number26) might be the best one: English interface and phone support, free Mastercard & free money withdrawal worldwide, and a nice mobile phone app for managing banking.
Are you paying fees for your bank account? Fees for money withdrawal on foreign ATMs? Fee for a credit card? Here I’ll give you an overview of free bank accounts and how to open a bank account in Germany – no matter if you are a German or a foreigner.
Living cheaply is not only cutting your expenses, it can also mean increasing your income. 😉 In this guest article, hiring expert Jenni Juvonen gives you some basic tips how to increase your chances for getting hired for entry-level jobs. In my experience doing entry-level recruitment, it’s surprisingly easy for an applicant to stand out. […]
Although many Berliners might not agree, Berlin’s S-Bahn and U-Bahn system is fairly cheap – especially if you know some special fares. So let’s look into them!
Going out in Berlin – nothing easier than that: There’s a tremendous offer of clubs and parties. But what are the nice ones, especially for international people? Here I will tell you about Internations, a social network for expats that also comes with a lot of events and parties.