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As Europe's biggest economic powerhouse, Germany is one of the top expatriation destinations worldwide. It is particularly famous for its global car brands. Being one of the European Union's major economic pillars, this federal Republic provides many opportunities to expatriates.

European Union nationals do not need a visa to live, work, study or retire in Germany. So what are you waiting for to try your luck here?

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Originally from the Midwestern United States, Danny has lived in Europe and the Middle East and has traveled to over 30 countries. A lover of languages, maps, photography, and window seats, he currently resides in Frankfurt, Germany, where he enjoys the simpler aspects of expat life when not on the road.

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Want to learn about the curiosities and quirks the Eifel has to offer, travel off the beaten path, or cook like a German but dont have a grasp of the language? Then youve come to the right place! Here youll find an English language guide to the Eifel from the perspective of an American Expat.

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