For those expats in Germany who have not yet bought a car, or don’t intend to do so, Germany is easy to explore. The country is famous for its excellent public transportation system. Avid drivers and car lovers will be happy to hit the pedal to the metal on Germany’s “Autobahn”.
No matter if you live in one of Germany’s major urban centers, such as Munich, Hamburg, or Berlin, or if you prefer a more rural environment, getting around Germany is not that hard. Almost every area and corner is connected by bus, train, or tram and subway. For Germany-wide travels, many people prefer to take the train and make use of the various special offers and deals of the Deutsche Bahn. The company services more than 40,000 kilometers of railway tracks all throughout the country. But for many people in Germany, the car is still the preferred mode of transportation.