We Help People Move to Berlin and Find Work
Our Berlin Life guides cover all aspects of life in Berlin.
From a lifestyle side, we cover the city’s best blogs, top podcasts, how to make friends, etc. We dole on advice about moving here, getting into how much it costs to move to Germany, highlighting the top relocation specialists, and more. Naturally, we talk about finding work in the German capital, including how to ace interviews, know which companies are hiring, and the best websites to look for jobs. We also offer guides on where to eat and drink in Berlin, featuring restaurant and bar roundups.
Our Berlin Life Guides
Explore our collection of 52 comprehensive long-read guides. These guides stand out for their 100% originality, factual accuracy, and honesty. Rooted in real-life experiences and extensive research, we take pride in steering clear of perpetuating negative stereotypes about the German people and culture. Unlike others, we don’t advocate outdated job search practices, make false claims about the ease of finding a job, or insist that learning German is unnecessary. Mostly, we recognize and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual’s experience in Germany.
Furthermore, we firmly believe that valuable and informative content should be accessible to all. Your journey to success in Germany shouldn’t be obscured by paywalls. That’s why we enthusiastically offer these guides for free, aiming to assist you in your relocation, job search, settling-in process, and, above all, in savoring the vibrant life of Berlin (or any other place you call home in Germany).
Eating & Drinking in Berlin
From popups serving street food to hole-in-the-wall establishments, and higher-end dining, we feature the best Korean restaurants in Berlin.
Berliners complain about the lack of good Mexican restaurants in Berlin & fiercely argue about which one is best. Check out our favs!
Berlin has a thriving craft beer scene worth experiencing. Check out our top local picks for where to get craft beer in Berlin.
Living in Berlin
Our Berlin Life hacks advise you on where to get groceries, best transit options, where to open a bank account, find a locksmith, & more.
If you’re a foreigner seeking to learn German, peruse our list of German language schools in Berlin to find the best school for you.
Ways to help Ukrainians in Berlin. Learn where to volunteer, donate money and other goods, sign-up to host, be a mentor, & more.
Newbies to Germany are often shocked when shops are closed on Sundays. While, Sunday shopping in Berlin is limited, there are options.
Aspiring or current Berliner? If you’re a fan of podcasts, we got you covered with these top English language podcasts in Berlin.
Newbie in Berlin and not sure how to move from one flat to another? Follow our tips to learn more about moving house in Berlin with ease.
Moving to a new flat or leaving Germany entirely? Don’t miss important documents & use Deutsche Post’s service for mail forwarding in Germany.
A personal guide to the cost of living in Berlin. Learn what locals are paying & use our handy calculator to figure out your expenses.
If you’re moving to Germany, you’ll need health insurance. Find out key things to know about German health insurance before you get here.
Moving to Berlin
This moving to Berlin guide will help you settle in like a local. We cover finding a flat, kita, getting a bank account, SIM card, and more.
How much money do you need to move to relocate to Germany? Use our calculator to find how much it will cost to move to Germany.
Moving abroad can be an overwhelming experience. Use this list of top relocation companies in Berlin Germany to make your move stress free.
Working in Berlin
Are you looking for a job in Berlin? Then check out this ever-growing list of companies in Berlin that are hiring right now.
This comprehensive guide outlines how to prepare for German job interviews, what to do during the interviews, and what to do afterward.
Many people feel overwhelmed knowing where to search for jobs in Berlin. Bookmark our best Berlin job search websites list to get started.
Are you looking for a job in Germany? Use our detailed (and FREE!) checklist to figure out how to find work in Deutschland.
Is it easy to find work in Berlin? Learn about some the realities of finding a job in Berlin during normal times, never mind *right now*.
If you want to move to Germany for work, review these highly demanded jobs in Germany and learn how to make your move a reality.
The German Chancenkarte (opportunity card) is being promoted as a way to easily immigrate to Germany when it’s actually anything but helpful.
People used to giving 2 weeks notice at work are often surprised to learn about the long notice periods in Germany, which can be > 30 days.
The €3,000 inflation bonus in Germany intends to help residents during tough economic times. Find out all you need to know about the bonus.