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Germany is big! Ski in Winterberg, hike in the mountains, relax at the beach or explore the cities. The country combines rich history, vibrant culture, stunning landscapes, and a thriving economy. You will be enchanted by possibilities and opportunities. A job in Germany is an amazing experience!

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Typical German

Because the country is so big, it is impossible to put the climate under one category. Germany is between the maritime climate from the northern side and the continental climate from the other side. So take this into account when you go to work in Germany! It can be very sunny but also very windy and rainy. It depends on which part of Germany you choose to make your new home!


If you are going to work in Germany, don't be surprised by the beer consumption! They drink over 92.5 litres per person per year. The Germans are also real meat eaters, especially sausages, currywurst and bratwurst. In Germany, the McCurrywurst was even available for a while!


If you go to work in Germany and return just before October, you might think that you will miss out on Oktoberfest. Or not! This is because Oktoberfest actually takes place in September and not October. In Munich, people deal with 16 to 18 days of festivities yearly. The world's biggest folk fest involving plenty of beer in Lederhosen and Dirndls is a must-see. If you are unfortunately just too late for Oktoberfest in Germany, we always have the festivities surrounding the Christmas markets ready for you in December. Both celebrations traditionally include good drinks and good food! 


Because the country is so vast, it is not possible to put the climate under one category. Germany is situated between the maritime climate from the northern side and the continental climate from the other side. So take this into account when you go to work in Germany!

Currywurst Hamburg

The must-see's 

Marvel at the stunning Baroque architecture of the Frauenkirche and Semperoper, and immerse yourself in the city's cultural heritage. Nearby, the picturesque Saxon Switzerland National Park offers incredible hiking and rock-climbing opportunities. Hamburg is a vibrant city with its bustling harbour, charming neighbourhoods and lively music scene. Nature lovers should go to the Black Forest and hike through the lush forests, discover the picturesque lakes, and enjoy a piece of Black Forest cake. Explore the romantic Rhine Valley, where medieval castles perch atop vineyards-covered hills, and take a boat cruise along the Rhine River. Head south to Munich, a city renowned for its Bavarian heritage and world-famous Oktoberfest. Explore the historic Marienplatz, admire the architecture of Nymphenburg Palace, and enjoy traditional Bavarian cuisine and beer. A short drive away, you'll find the Neuschwanstein Castle nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the Bavarian Alps. Last but not least, you should definitely explore Berlin. Berlin is a vibrant metropolis where history and modernity collide. Discover iconic landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin Wall, while immersing yourself in the city's thriving arts and nightlife scene. Nearby you will find the beautiful city of Potsdam with stunning palaces and enchanting gardens, such as the UNESCO-listed Sanssouci Park. 

Did you know…

  • Germany is known for its innovative spirit and has given the world many inventions and discoveries. Among others: the printing press, aspirin and the theory of relativity. 
  • The country is dotted with magnificent castles and palaces, showcasing its rich history and architectural beauty. Famous ones are Neuschwanstein Castle, Heidelberg Castle and Sanssouci Palace. 
  • Germany is known for its well-maintained and famous autobahn network, which includes stretches of highway without speed limits. 
  • There is a true bread culture, with over 300 types of bread and countless regional variations. Bread is enjoyed in a variety of forms and flavours. 
  • Germans take recycling seriously with one of the most efficient recycling systems in the world and a commitment to sustainability. 

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