THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN GERMANY

Authoritative international publications, including the Intelligence Unit and Mercer, annually include at least 2-3 German cities in the list of 10 best cities to live in the world.

There are plenty of reasons for that. The German economy shows steady growth, the labor market is booming, the country has an ideal infrastructure, a high-quality medical and social care system, mostly free education and a low crime rate.

Compared with many other developed countries in Western Europe, the cost of living in Germany is quite reasonable and the potential income is often significantly higher. There are plenty of places for outdoor activities and a vibrant nightlife and major cultural and sporting events. Convenient geographical location allows you to quickly enough to be in the most beautiful European cities, for example, in Paris or Vienna.

Next, let's highlight the rating of the five best cities to live in Germany in 2021.

LIST OF THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN GERMANY

CITY
1. Munich
2. Berlin
3. Dusseldorf
4. Frankfurt
5. Hamburg

TOP 5 BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN GERMANY

MUNICH

Munich

The best city to live in Germany is Munich. The capital of Bavaria is the third largest population center in the country after Berlin and Hamburg. The advantages of Munich include enormous economic potential, beautiful architecture, rich cultural and sports activities. The main drawback is that living in this city is very expensive. Therefore, when planning a move you should try to find a job in Munich with a high salary.

BERLIN

Berlin

Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany with a population of about 3.5 million people. An excellent place both for tourism and for permanent residence. A very green city with well-kept parks, forests, lakes and rivers. Each neighborhood has a special atmosphere. Berlin is home to many students and artists, including artists and musicians. Local workers are mostly in the service sector, and the industrial sector accounts for only 8%.

DUSSELDORF

Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf is an intimate German city with a perfect mix of ancient and modern architecture, a large economy and a rich culture. The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia is notable for its multicultural population. For example, one of the largest Jewish communities in the country is located here, as well as a large Japanese population. In Dusseldorf there are regularly held large-scale exhibitions and fairs, created the best conditions for life, work and business in Germany.

FRANKFURT

Frankfurt

Frankfurt is the financial capital of Germany, home to the largest stock exchange and the headquarters of well-known European and German banks. It is an international transport hub, a very beautiful city and a great place to live and work. Working in Frankfurt allows you to earn on average about 2.8 thousand euros per month after taxes, which is noticeably higher than in many other major population centers in Germany.

HAMBURG

Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany's second-largest population center, rounds out the ranking of the best cities to live in Germany. An important commercial and research center of the state. The rivers and numerous canals in the city are crossed by more than 2 thousand bridges, interesting museums, galleries, parks and well maintained recreation areas are found everywhere. The economy of the city supports one of Europe's largest ports and many industrial enterprises, so it is easiest to find a job in Hamburg, and stay here to live qualified technicians.

Finally, note that in terms of rental prices, the most attractive city in Germany is Berlin, and the most expensive accommodation will cost in Munich. On the other hand, Munich employers provide local workers with higher salaries, while working in Berlin brings an income slightly below the national average.

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