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Frankfurt as an Expat Destination

Frankfurt, one of the leading cities for business combined together with rich culture and innovative technology.  Frankfurt plays a key role in the economy of Germany and also central Europe, having crucial industrial and financial metropolis and is one of the main transport hubs.  Furthermore, this city is one of the most popular cities for expats from around the world.  Apart from having beautiful scenery, history dating back centuries and an overabundance of sightseeing attractions and activities for all ages, Frankfurt also provides countless opportunities for work.

Why Frankfurt is ideal for Expats?

Travelling to, from, and/or in Frankfurt is extremely easy and efficient.  Within the city there are various methods of transportation including, excellent rail connections, Underground, river transport and affordable taxis.  Furthermore, Frankfurt’s airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe, making it very easily accessible.

Compared to other big German cities, Frankfurt has relatively expensive accommodation, however, this is compensated by even higher salaries.  Therefore, the standard of living is quite high.  It is recommended that in order to find an affordable accommodation in the city, plan well in advance before your arrival so your trip will be as smooth as possible.

As for those expats that plan to move to Germany with their families, there are numerous activities for the whole family.  Furthermore, for those moving with children in Frankfurt, there are some of the best international schools and universities in Germany.

Now you can see why this city is loved by many expats from around the world.  If you are planning to move to Germany, have a look at the other articles on our website to find information about relocating and visas & permits. Good luck with your move!

For further information please visit: http://www.frankfurt-main.ihk.de

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