The Week in Germany: Bi-national Couples, Cheap Train Tickets, Weird German Food

Derek and Marc of The Migrant Expats were featured on the deutschland.de blog series Heartbeats this week. Photo The Migrant Expats

Derek and Marc of The Migrant Expats were featured on the deutschland.de blog series Heartbeats this week. Photo The Migrant Expats

Valentine’s Day happened, and deutschland.de started a series about bi-national couples.

The Migrant Expats were the first to be featured in a video interview for the series.  Which you can watch here:

Meet the other couples who have participated here.  If you are in a bi-national relationship and would like to join in, then find out more here.

Where Frankfurters get their party on

Here mostly, says a study.

Find cheap train tickets

“What I love most about living in Germany is how central it is- I like this mostly because the German train system usually has train that travel to major cities in every country they boarder.  I find myself constantly explaining the best ways to get cheap train tickets from DeutschBahn, so here is a quick run down for our Germany Ja readers who love to travel!” Read on at Germany, Ja!

Nuremberg with kids

If you’re looking to visit Nuremberg with kids in tow, this blog has some recommendations for what you should do.

Weird German food

Tongue?  Fat?  Cabbage in a jar?  Read about some of Germany’s weirdest edibles here.

By | 2017-03-21T23:16:43+00:00 February 20th, 2015|Current Events, General|1 Comment

About the Author:

Nicolette Stewart is a freelance writer based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She discusses books at www.bookpunks.com and life in Germany and tiny houses at www.clickclackgorilla.com. Find her on Twitter @bookpunks

One Comment

  1. Gerlinde February 22, 2015 at 7:11 pm

    I enjoy reading your blog. I just read my American husband the do and don’ts when living in Germany. We had fun.

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