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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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Alisa Jordan Writes

2 weeks ago

I left London for Frankfurt in my mid-twenties; to immerse myself into a new culture, improve my foreign language skills and experience what it's really like to live abroad on a long-term basis. Rather than a city guide, alisajordanwrites.com shares experiences of everyday life whilst living abroad. I've realised that no matter where in the world you relocate to, there's one thing we all come to learn: moving abroad is the most enriching experience you could ever have, but as with everything, there are hard times too.

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California Globetrotter - Tales from Pretty Little Places

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Hi there! Guten Tag! My name is Lorelei, Im an American expat living in Germany with a serious addiction to adorable half-timbered houses, fairy tale towns and castles. I may have an unwritten rule with my husband that at least once a month, we have to explore somewhere new to satisfy my restless feet syndrome!

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That Blog Where Cherie Moves To Germany

2 months ago

From Michigan to Germany and all the adventures along the way. Dirk and I met several years ago and began dating while living on separate continents. This blog tells our story of how we met and moved abroad together.

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