Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Whatever you’re into – vibrant cities, stunning natural scenery, castles, culture or beer – Germany has something for everyone. Here’s a taste of the best sites in Germany.
Blogger Libby of Lovely in Lux gets Fernweh, the itch to get out of town! Here are her suggestions for day trip destinations.
Clubs are the fast way to meet people with common interests — and they make even more sense for expats who are far from home. Expatica's guide to Germany's clubs and associations helps you to start making connections.
Discover why everyone raves about Berlin's nightlife scene – is it the wildest party scene in the world? Here are the top clubs in Berlin to find out.
Travel blogger Adam guides you to the hippest bars, clubs, cafes restaurants and gay scene in the German city of Cologne.
Helpful advice for frequent expat travelers who want to keep their healthy eating habits while travelling on an airplane and stay away from some less than appetizing plane food.
Expat Explore Travel will be giving expat travellers an exclusive opportunity to book tours around Europe at unbeatable rates of up to 50 percent off for three days starting 27 July. [Contributed by Expat Explore Travel]
Kari Martindale takes the plunge and explores Bad Orb – the longest barefoot trail in Germany – and finds the rejuvenation in getting dirty.
Hyde Flippo outlines the German Way's seven golden rules for driving on the Autobahn like an expert, not a tourist. Hint: there are speed limits involved.
Travel through the French countryside on a bicycle with an experienced expat Frenchman who has fallen in love with his country again. [Contributed by French Kiwi Cycle Tours]
German carnivals are a mix of merriments and tongue-in-cheek sociopolitical commentary. Discover the best places to celebrate carnival in Germany.
From Munich to Berlin, there are more than 10,000 festivals across Germany celebrating music, film, beer and much more.
Here is Amsterdam Mamas' list of their favourite Christmas markets in the Netherlands and Germany.
Germany celebrates the best of the wurst in the currywurst museum.
Warm the mulled wine! Give your holiday season a touch of German Christmas tradition this year. Here's how to capture a German Christmas charm.