A clever guide for the Berlin Newbie


A clever guide for the Berlin Newbie

  • Organizing Bureaucracy – All you need to know
  • Expats Porträts – „Ich bin ein Berliner“
  • Why Berliner Sparkasse is social and sound
Expats Magazine Guide overview

The ultimate relocation guide

All you need to know about:

registration, finding a flat, opening a bank account, insurance in germany, buying real estate and the residence permit.

Download Relocations A - Z Expats

Download: Relocations A – Z

This list of terms in German and English might come in handy, when dealing with bureaucracy, contracts and so on… Let the games begin!

Maria and Jorge have chosen Berlin as their home. The expats feel at home here

„Ich bin ein Berliner“ – These Expats have tips for you!

What made them feel at home and what they love most about the city.

Berliner Sparkasse is socially committed and brings people together in Berlin's neighborhoods.

Committed locally: What sets Berliner Sparkasse apart?

For more than 200 years, Berliner Sparkasse has been a part of Berlin.

Expats can find all important information about moving to Berlin and Germany in the blog "Settle in Berlin".

Blogging the Capital – Bastien and his incredible Expat-Blog

What get´s him going and what he thinks about German bureaucracy.

Young woman in a start-up in Berlin

„Only in Berlin“ – Why Berlin is the Start-up boomtown

The reasons why Berlin manages to outstrip other major cities as a start-up hub.

International and diverse: people from all over the world work in Berlin.

German Corporate Culture and Diversity 

How international and diverse are Berlin companies?

Two start-up founders sitting in front of a computer

Housy gives you smart advantages when looking for an apartment.

An interview with the inventors of the Housy rental application.


Regional Hero B-Card

Regional Hero start-up: B-Card supports local economy

Shopping and supporting your local dealer is socially responsible – and fun.

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