Living in Germany and looking to broaden your social connections? In addition to connecting with fellow U.S. citizens and English speakers from the host nation, it’s possible to cast one’s net a bit wider and tap into Germany’s thriving international community.
Perhaps you’re heading to Stuttgart to see a musical? Or look at timeless vehicles at the Mercedes-Benz Museum? Aside from doing the bucket-list-worthy items, take some time to discover some gems in the mountainous state of Baden-Württemberg.
Love to fish? World-class fly-fishing, deep-sea fishing and “river monster” wrestling adventures await you. In fact, U.S. servicemembers who are outdoor enthusiasts can hunt, fish and shoot for sport as long as they gain the right training and certifications.
This has to be my favorite time of the year (and not just because of the weather). There is a festival somewhere every weekend, so boredom is not a feeling you should be experiencing during your summers in Germany.
It’s easy to get caught up in seeing the major cities in Germany. There are so many choices of dynamic and iconic cityscapes. One would be remiss if they overlooked spending a day in the charming city of Würzburg.
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SEEHEIM, GERMANY — Graduates, government and corporate partners, and university representatives were among those attending the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Worldwide Europe commencement ceremony at the Lufthansa Training and Conference Centre in Seeheim, Germany, Saturday, April 27.
Up late on a Tuesday? If you’re young and can rally the next day, or just one of those types who can get by on little sleep, join your German neighbors in welcoming spring with the traditional festivities that kick off the warm (read: fun) months of the year.
Now that winter is leaving us, it’s time to get off the couch, put the remote down and enjoy the sun, warmer weather and all the things the much-welcomed spring season has to offer. Here are 10 reasons to come out of hibernation and embrace spring in Germany.