MOVING TO BERLIN
CHARMING BERLIN IS WAITING FOR YOU TO ARRIVE!
When thinking of relocating to Germany, most people's first choice is Berlin, the capital of striving Germany. Berlin offers its citizens anything they may wish for unless it's mountains or oceans. Located where a body's heart would be situated it marks the heartbeat of Germany. Urban, charming, direct, fashionable, arty, open-minded - all these adjectives suit her well, this lovely and lively city! Hence: moving to Berlin is definitely a good choice!
Berlin got so popular over the last years, the Telegraph stipulated it pipped London as the most fun city in the world - and that was before the Brexit!
Berlin is huge, and its size is often underestimated. In fact, it's pretty close to New York in m². However, in contrast to New York, it is much less focused on the historical center(s). This is partly because of the dividing wall which only came down in 1989 - so naturally, the city should have two centers. In fact, it has many, especially in the Western part. The reason, again, may lay in the former separation from the rest of the BDR. For German standards, West-Berlin was crowded with people who couldn't travel to the countryside, and as a consequence, many district centers evolved. Our district map will show you the most popular neighborhoods.
Berlin is also very international. It is a hub for start-ups, and also the big multinational corporations moved their headquarters or at least big portions of their business to the German capital - hiring skilled staff from all over the world. Berlin also does a lot to attract foreigners and has built a substantial base of international schools and kindergartens. There is probably no kitchen of the world not represented with a restaurant, and you will find communities of any nation, the strongest being the Turkish, the Polish, the Italian and since the crisis in Syria, the Syrians. Also the Russian and the Israeli community is strong. Despite the internationality, moving to Berlin and finding your way alone is not easy. Berlin's charm is sometimes difficult to understand - mostly it's graffiti instead of neatly cut grass and single houses. The real estate prices pivoted over the years, and the popular districts are extremely expensive nowadays. Affordable housing is hard to come by. The Foreigners' Office, as well as the Employment Office, is crowded and appointments have a lead time of 8 weeks and more.
Relocation Services by The Red Relocators supporting your move to Berlin
OUR RELOCATION GUIDE TO BERLIN
This guide contains the most valuable information for foreigners moving to Berlin. It is more specific than any other, and we are very proud we are able to offer it.
- Read about where to go to in Berlin to apply for your residence title or prolonge it here.
- Berlin's district profiles: character, rental prices, population and many pictures
- Where to register and how to set an appointment in Berlin
- Family Life: With children in Berlin
- Family Allowances: Apply for family allowances in Berlin
- Where to convert your driving license
THE MOST POPULAR ARTICLES IN OUR RELOCATION GUIDE BERLIN
OUR RELOCATION MANAGERS ALSO SUPPORT YOU WITH MOVING TO THE RIGHT AREA
The best way to a seamless start is to have a local expert on your side! Somebody who knows the neighborhoods and knows where to go searching for a home when you are a single or when you come with your whole family. No matter if you come with a big budget or small budget, we will guide you through the jungle of Berlin's registration requirements. And we will help you with organizing your move to Berlin.
Our Berlin team is looking forward to supporting you!
Tel: +49 172 673 0639
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Our Berlin Team offers Relocation Services in
- Berliner metropolitan area
- Frankfurt (Oder)
Katrin has been raised in Berlin and has lived in Sweden, Belgium and the United States, where she met her husband. Now she is back in Berlin with her family of four. Her professional focus was and is, with The Red Relocators, too, Key Account Management. Her ability to understand our clients' needs is based on her profound experience in analysing and listening.
Katrin Eibenstein is a dedicated teacher of German as a foreign language with extended teaching experience for nearly 20 years.
She has taught at many language schools, worked with large and small groups of students as well as 1:1 and has been involved in teaching refugees in 2016. Having learned four foreign languages in very different ways, Katrin is highly aware of the needs, wishes and difficulties language students have.
Katrin’s classes are lively and diverse, focusing on a fast progress in communication skills by inter alia, consequently speaking German even with beginners. Moreover, she is determined to take away the common fear of learning German and making the process a joyful experience.
Veronika has been born in Russia but moved to Germany at the age of 12. She has been living in Berlin for a long, long time and knows the city out of her pocket. Her heart beats for integration matters and she engaged for over a year as social worker helping refugees to settle in Berlin. She is a skilled movie maker for documentaries and is also a certified translator for Russian-German translation. She is also fluent in German and English.