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Despite being one of the world's smallest metropolis, Frankfurt is a known to be a global city. As a leading European financial, education, cultural and trade hub, it is a multicultural cosmopolitan area which can, however, be quite expensive in terms of cost of living.

If you are looking forward to study or work in Germany, Frankfurt is the ideal destination for expatriation by providing many opportunities.

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Buying real estate in Berlin is easier than most other popular capital cities in Europe. While prices have risen dramatically, they are still well below the rates in New York or London, for example. Even compared to other German cities, Berlin is several times cheaper. For this reason, as much as half of the new buyers are foreign investors.

Living in Berlin as a student is ideal, in many ways. Thousands of them flock to the city every year to study. So you won't be alone! The Berlin culture encourages extended studies, and you will find enthusiastic support. With a relaxed attitude toward life, Berlin pace means you can study, work, and play without burning the candle at both ends. And when you've accomplished your goal and obtained your degree, it will be acknowledged all of the world with the prestige the German university system carries.

Berlin, located in North-East Germany, is not only the country's capital city but also its biggest city. If you have decided to settle there, you are likely to spend plenty of time discovering its enormous historical and cultural wealth. In fact, Berlin is a leading European city in terms of leisure and events. You can not only visit its museums, monuments, parks, etc., but also indulge in your favourite activities such as shopping, movies, restaurants, clubbing, and many others.

Professional networking is as crucial in Berlin as anywhere else, and it works much the same. In this article, we will go through some specific steps below, which you can use to build your professional network in Berlin. As a general rule, be respectful, not too friendly, and offer value! Also, make sure to read over our tips for networking etiquette.

Berlin, Germany's capital city, is also known to be the country's biggest city, stretching over some 891.8 km². If you intend to settle there, you'll definitely have to move about Berlin's sprawling acreage, whether that's to work or to explore. You can choose among the most popular means of transport available throughout the city: trains, bicycles, subways (U-Bahn), trams, buses, taxis, etc. You can also rent a car if you have a valid driving license.

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