How to Adapt to Life as an Expat in Germany – TransferWise

St Peter's Church
St Peter's Church

Germany is now the second most popular destination in the world for immigration, putting it just behind the United States.

The ‘European Blue Card’ legislation that passed in 2012 allows highly skilled immigrants to work here for upwards of two years.

But for many foreigners, it’s easier to arrive in Germany than adapt to life here, which is filled with idiosyncrasies. From obeying traffic signals to always carrying cash, here are a few ways to adjust to life as an expat in Germany:

 

Source: How to Adapt to Life as an Expat in Germany – TransferWise