Blogs from expats in Germany
Would you like to work, live, move to Germany? Or just to find out how is life in Germany? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in Germany!
17 destinations in Germany
Moving, Living and Traveling in Germany and through Europe. Follow our adventures.
As a freelance travel writer my selling point is to be the one who travels light and cheaply. This blog chronicles my way as an expat around Europe and my struggles to do so without much gear and cost -- while still having amazing amounts of fun and being connected wherever I go.
Follow me on my adventures around Bavaria and Germany, as well as Europe. I'll entice you to travel the world with quotes and inspiration as well as sharing the Bavarian/German culture with you! Kommt mit!
Two bellboys working in Munich's top hotel return to the city 25 years, with a mission to rediscover the Bavarian capital.
We are Expats from the US via North Carolina, New York, and New Jersey and are now living in Germany in the Rhineland-Palatinate (wine) region on a work assignment and taking full advantage of learning a new culture and living in central Europe!
The ramblings and rantings of a 20-something living and teaching in Hamburg for a year.
The everyday musings of a British expat in Baden Württemberg.
Hi! This blog was started back in 2011 as a way for me to write about my solo adventures in the UK. It was way for my family back in Indiana to see what I was up to.
Now I have moved to Germany where my family still want to keep tabs on me. This blog was revived to fulfill their own wanderlust and a way for me to share what I have learned since living in Germany.
The tale of two people and two dogs relocating to Germany. Stories of adventure, life, travel, the good, the bad, and the in-between of European living.
An American Couple Living In Germany - Experience The Unexpected Travels, Food, Friendships And New Memories
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