Discover How Much It Costs To Live In Germany: Cost Of Living Revealed!

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Ever considered moving to Germany or spending an extended period there? Wondering how much it costs to live in Germany? This article is for you!

I always find it interesting to learn what it costs to live somewhere else, in part because it seems so expensive to live where I live. It’s nice to think there could be somewhere cheaper out there where I would love to live.

I also find it interesting just how different some things can cost.

In this article, we’re talking all about the cost of living in Germany so we can learn these things!

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In the video below, you’ll find out the cost of living in Germany by learning the cost of various items from rent to groceries to transport to insurance and many more things. It does a great job of covering everything you could want to know.

Since this was made, the 49 Euro public transport ticket was brought out too which is an amazing cost saver for tourists too. Read about it here.

So did any of these costs surprise you? Is Germany cheaper or more expensive than you expected? Let us know in the comments!

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Sharon Gourlay in the Rhina Valley

By Sharon Gourlay

Sharon first fell in love with Germany back in 2000 on her first visit. She loves the long history, the picturesque Old Towns, the castles, the food, everything really! Since then, she has visited many times and loves writing about Germany here so you can enjoy it too. In fact, Sharon loves German culture so much that she sent her kids to a German primary school in Australia. She especially loves Berlin and towns with charming Old Towns like Celle and Quedlinburg. Sharon also has a Certificate III in International Travel Sales and understands the nitty gritty of travel planning. Through this site, she'll help you have the perfect trip to Germany whether it's your first or tenth time!

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