Accommodation in Germany

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Popular neighbourhoods in Frankfurt

Frankfurt is an international city and an important European centre. Compared to large financial hubs like London or New York; it is much smaller, cheaper and has less identification with specific neighbourhoods. Nevertheless, the energy of the city, the modern towers and skyscrapers, and the culture make it an attractive metropolis. As a financial centre, the city has a unique spirit that feels more welcoming for international people, than the other parts of Germany.

Stumbling upon Frankfurt can seem easy for newcomers from large financial metropolises but might be a bit tough for ...

Stuttgart, one of Germany's most famous cities, is the capital city of Baden-Württemberg region. It is very ...

Finding accommodation in Germany is always a challenge. The expensive prices and restrictive renting conditions can ...

Stretching over some 310.7 km², Munich is one of Germany's major cities with a population of more than 1.4 ...

Hamburg is a city located near the Elbe River's mouth in Northern Germany and is one of the best living ...

Cologne is one of Germany's top destinations for visitors and for settlers. Being the largest city in the North ...

Hanover is the capital and the largest city in Lower Saxony. With the population of 535,061, it is the thirteenth ...

Stretching over some 328km² in the Saxony region, Dresden is one of Germany's largest cities by area and the ...

Buying real estate in Berlin is easier than most other popular capital cities in Europe. While prices have risen ...

Berlin has twelve official boroughs. Each neighbourhood is considered a city in its own; they are all large areas that ...

Berlin is Germany's capital city and boasts the largest urban population in the country by at least double. More ...

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