Germany: The Good, The Bad & The Awesome!

by California Globetrotter The Good You say ‘Grüß Gott’ as a greeting in Bavaria. You say ‘Guten Appetite’ before every meal. You ride a bike every day, rain, snow or shine. You have an insurance policy for everything: Your health, your house, your car and your friend’s TV. You’re obsessed with conserving electricity, water & [...]

By | August 3rd, 2016|Expat Life, General, German Culture, Living in Germany|Comments Off on Germany: The Good, The Bad & The Awesome!

My Top Five European Capitals: Number 2

by Sebastian Cuevas Berlin Berlin. Arm aber sexy. Berlin is the next city I’m planning on moving to, just like everybody else here in Germany. Though the more alternative types are now moving to Leipzig, Berlin is still a very hot destination for people from Germany and beyond. Though the massive influx of rich Swabians [...]

By | December 29th, 2015|Berlin, Between Distances, Expat Life, General, Living in Germany, Travel in Germany|Comments Off on My Top Five European Capitals: Number 2

A Weekend in Alsace: Bikes and Bunkers

by Sebastian Cuevas A little less than a year ago, my good friend Jonas and I set out to bike along a stretch of the Maginot Line, in Alsace. The fortifications of the Maginot Line pepper France’s border with Germany. Further defensive installations were built along the rest of France’s international borders to the East, [...]

By | November 24th, 2015|Between Distances, Expat Life, Living in Germany|Comments Off on A Weekend in Alsace: Bikes and Bunkers

Introducing Seb…Our Newest Guest Blogger

Welcome Seb! Seb blogs at Between Distances, and in the near future you will find him on Young Germany every Tuesday. Seb of Between Distances My name is Seb. I was born in California and raised in Mexico. I’ve been living in Germany for the past 6 six years. I am American, Mexican, [...]

By | November 17th, 2015|Between Distances, Expat Life, Living in Germany|Comments Off on Introducing Seb…Our Newest Guest Blogger

Wordless Wednesday: Kaffee und Kuchen on Nordenei

Today's Wordless Wednesday photos come from Instagramer Kaffee und Kuchen. Tag your photos with #myyounggermany to be considered for a feature! Love the red brick buildings on Norderney. #Norderney #Germany #Deutschland #myyounggermany Ein von Kaffee und Kuchen (@kaffeeundkuchenblog) gepostetes Foto am 31. Aug 2015 um 10:03 Uhr

By | November 11th, 2015|Living in Germany, Travel in Germany, Wordless Wednesday Photo Series|Comments Off on Wordless Wednesday: Kaffee und Kuchen on Nordenei

The Role of German Art

Today Guarav Kedia will be taking over the Young Germany blog to tell you a little bit about his experiences here. He initially came to Germany to do a short intership–or so he thought.  But after working at the University of Stuttgart, he decided to stay and began a MSc degree program. Read more about [...]

By | October 27th, 2015|Art, Expat Life, General, Living in Germany|Comments Off on The Role of German Art

The Week in Germany: Berlin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, and Bremen

Frankfurt Book Fair 2015. Photo copyright Nicolette Stewart Running and photography: Two marathons, one city The blogger behind No Apathy Allowed participated in both recently, and you can read about the Bremen Fotomarathon here and the Bremen Half Marathon here. A little marathoning for everyone. Speaking of running... Do you know the places [...]

By | October 23rd, 2015|Expat Life, General, German Culture, Living in Germany|Comments Off on The Week in Germany: Berlin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, and Bremen