The cost of living in Germany varies widely according to what region, town or city you are planning to live in.
Overall the cost of living in Germany’s major cities is comparable lower than in many comparable European capitals and metropolises. Munich and Frankfurt are popular with expats and generally work out the most expensive places to live, with the likes of Berlin, Dusseldorf and Hamburg slightly less expensive in terms of accommodation and transport costs. For a country with such a high quality of life and strong economy, the cost of living in Germany is surprisingly affordable.
Website Numbeo looks at the cost of different elements of daily life, and is a useful tool for planning a budget ahead of moving to Germany.
For more information and tips on moving to Germany, visit MumAbroad.com‘s useful relocation guide.
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