“Paris is always a good idea,” as Audrey Hepburn said. Are you dreaming of living in Paris for a year to study, intern or work? It’s every bit as exciting as it is daunting, and not nearly as hard as you’d think. Making the leap overseas, like going to live in Paris for a year,… Read More Living in Paris for a year
So you’ve decided you’re moving to Munich either to study or to work? Before you start preparing your stomach for all the pretzels and beers you’re obviously going to consume in the beautiful Bavarian city, read this, our guide to moving to Munich as a student or expat. We compiled the best tips and knowledge… Read More Moving to Munich: top insider tips from bloggers and expats
Imagine sharing a city with tokens of human history from the Roman Empire to the Middle Ages to World War 2. If you’re moving to Rome, you’ll be within arms reach of the Colleseum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and Sistine Chapel, and even better: you’ll be able to visit when few tourists are around during the… Read More Moving To Rome: what’s not to love?
According to a 2013 UN study, 3% of the world’s population live outside of their country of birth. For the number-obsessed among you, that’s over 210,000,000 people. For some, living abroad is a necessity; for many it’s a choice. That choice can be the result of work commitments and opportunities, education, adventure, restlessness or romance.… Read More The advantages of living abroad: it makes you smarter and richer
Despite the obvious difficulty in spelling the area’s name (where does that ‘s’ actually go?!), be sure sure that this neighbourhood is a must-visit for anyone coming to Berlin. Even if gentrification continues apace, the district has kept what made its success: open mindedness and an intense alternative culture. Let’s have a look at ten (among… Read More 10 reasons why Friedrichshain is cool