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Living in Lubeck

Lubeck is a fantastic city, it is the second largest in the north of Germany in Schleswig-Holstein and serves as one of the largest ports in the country. The city is nicknamed ‘the marzipan city’, as it is often said that marzipan was first created there. Lubeck is a picturesque city which retains its Brick Gothic architecture, and as a result, the Old Town has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A number of sites can be seen around the city including the Holsten Gate which is the symbol of the city and the Burgtor gate. For expats living in Lubeck, there are a lot of great traditions and culture to get involved in. There is, for example, a Christmas market held every year which is very popular with residents and tourists, and Lubeck can also offer a great nightlife and plenty of shopping and leisure opportunities.

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    Dec 11, 9:59 AM
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    Hola Sandra, permíteme que me presente: me llamo Martin Gundermann y soy asesor fiscal alemán. Me he especializado en expats y las declaraciones de impuestos para expats. Me gustaría ofrecerte mis …

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    Jun 24, 10:08 PM
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    Hi Mirjam, Thank you very much for your answer and sharing your experience! :-) Its strange..so far I could do everything (work, register at the Finanzamt, open a bank account,etc) without it, but …

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    Dec 8, 4:01 PM
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    Thanks, Alexander! Yes, Expath offers 1-on-1 German classes and would be happy to assist you, Sandra and Anil! You can contact us at info@expath.de or learn more about our classes at www.expath.de. …

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Moving to Lubeck

The cost of living is Lubeck is in line with the rest of Germany, and there are many options available for expats moving to Lubeck who are looking to buy or rent a house. Lubeck has many great schools, including language schools which are great for any expatriate inLubeck who wants to learn German. There are also three universities in the city, including the Lubeck academy of music. Lubeck is also known for having excellent public transport, with air travel and trains connecting the city to other parts of Germany, whilst the bus service within the city is very reliable and affordable. In order to get the best views of the city, travelling on foot is highly recommended. The climate in Lubeck tends to be humid but warm throughout the summer and mild in the winter. Expats relocating to Lubeck will find InterNations a useful resource, putting them in touch with fellow expatriates from all over the world who may be able to answer crucial questions about living in Lubeck or expat life in general.

Working in Lubeck

There are a number of industries in which expats may find work in Lubeck if they aren’t already being sent there on an expat assignment. Lubeck is known for its marzipan and wine production as well as, of course, being one of the main ports in the country, meaning there are shipping opportunities which make up a large part of the city’s employment. Other areas providing work in Lubeck include education at the universities, as well as a number of crucial industries such as metal works, shipbuilding and manufacturing of a number of products such as wood and ceramics. To get detailed information about working in Lubeck, expats should join InterNations, which connects expatriates from all around the world in order to help them engage and network as well as share information and advice on moving to foreign cities like Lubeck and general concerns about being an expatriate in Germany.

  • Daiki Saito

    When my company decided to send me to Essen, I took a quick look at the local community and said: Please do!

  • Cristina Fernandez

    On InterNations I did not only meet interesting people but I also found a flat near Bochum and settled in quickly. A great platform.

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