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Berlin is Germany’s largest city with a population of 3.9 million people. Located in the north eastern part of Germany, Berlin is both the nation’s capital and one of the major cultural centres on the continent. 

 

Expats in Berlin

More and more international families are moving to Berlin as one of the most affordable and exciting cosmopolitan hubs in Europe. It is the second most populated city in the EU, with residents living in Belin from over 180 different nations. The capital has long been a popular destination for expats moving to Berlin because of its high living standards, affordable living costs, excellent infrastructure and creative spirit.

 

Families Living in Berlin

With so much unique history and culture, living in Berlin means plenty of activities for families with kids in Berlin and surrounding areas year round. Berlin also benefits from 4 distinct seasons, with beautiful warm summers, colourful autumns, snowy winters and mild temperatures in spring.

 

Moving to Berlin

Many English-speaking families are moving to Berlin to make the most of urban living with a distinctly outdoorsy lifestyle. The German capital is known as one of the greenest cities in Europe, with around one third of the city dedicated to green spaces and some of the largest urban parks in Germany.

 

The largest of which, Tiergarten, is often compared to New York’s central park with over 200 hectares of space in the heart of Berlin’s Mitte neighbourhood. Boasting adventure playgrounds, sports facilities, a skate park and even an open air cinema in the summer, the green lung of the city is a hugely popular hub for families living in Berlin, offering endless outdoor nature activities for kids.

 

Read more about international schools in Berlin, German education specialists and the best activities for in Berlin on Mumabroad.com. If you have a recommendation for this section please get in touch via email info@mumabroad.com 

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