How does German Business Etiquette compare with the rest of

Ever wondered how Germany differs from the rest of Europe in terms of its business practices? Knowing how to deal with clients across Europe can be difficult when you take into account the vast range of cultures we have. In order to make things a bit simpler, we’ve looked at how the rest of Europe […]Read More

Common Stereotypes about German people

Common German Stereotypes As the typical stereotypes go, Germans are described as complainers with no sense of humour. They are always on time, efficient and hard-working. Beer is an essential part of the culture as well as sausage, sauerkraut and the Dirndl & Lederhosen. Living abroad as a German gives you an interesting insight into […]Read More

Pick up lines to help you flirt in 4 languages

Never has multilingualism been more useful than when we all want to communicate in the language of love. Perhaps you are living abroad over this Valentine’s Day, or perhaps there’s a special someone you’d like to seduce but you need the lingo to do so. Either way, here is a guide to charming your foreign […]Read More

5 examples of Europe’s best Carnivals

If you are a carnival lover: You really should have seen these carnivals across Europe. Those are the craziest and, most impressive examples of Europe’s best Carnivals, which we found for you. The Tenerife Carnival in the Canary Islands is the most well-known and important Carnival celebration in Europe, and the second in the entire […]Read More

15 Unknown European Islands

Even though summer isn’t here yet, we can still (day)dream of our idyllic summer holidays. Have you been to any of the unknown European islands listed below? On this tiny British island belonging to the Channel Islands, cars and street-lighting are banned – locals get around either by horse or bike – and there’s only one […]Read More