Our newcomers’ services team will be the first hand of help presented to you from the first moment at the airport. They will welcome you at the airport and help you to have your first steps in Germany. An airport transfer is provided for free and accommodation is previously booked for you. The team will present you in several events the life in Germany and the German culture. Additionally, they will be your help desk if you have any questions or inquiries.
The Bundesrepublik is a great place to call home. Germany has borders with France, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria and Switzerland. That’s the largest number of borders of any country in the European Union. It means you can jump on a bus or train and before you know it, you are munching on a fresh baguette in Paris or quaffing down goulash and pilsner in Prague.
In comparison with other countries within the Western world, Germany is pretty cheap to live in. A study by consulting firm Mercer ranked the capital Berlin as the 106th most expensive city out of 200 rated worldwide. London meanwhile was number 12, while three Swiss cities – Zurich, Geneva and Bern – made it into the top ten. So, if you want to go out for dinner and drinks whenever you want and still be able to save a few of those hard-earned euros at the end of the month, Germany is clearly the place for you.
The German train system might not be the cheapest you will ride on, but it sure is fast and luxurious. Getting from Hamburg in the north to Munich in the south only takes six hours. And even if you are travelling in second class on a high-speed ICE train, you will have the chance to rest your weary legs in a comfy, quiet compartment that would belong to first class in most other countries.