Berlin is Germany’s capital and busiest city, the political home of Germany’s Federal Government and the educational center of Germany. Walking through Berlin you will see different historic periods in a short time. Formerly divided into East Berlin (156 sq mi/404 sq km) and West Berlin (185 sq mi/479 sq km), the city was reunified along with East and West Germany on Oct. 3, 1990. Berlin is a very dynamic city with excellent night life and culture.

1. Dinning

Berlin has the high level of wide selection of elegant restaurants. Berlin’s cuisine is rich and exciting, as its history, with its diverse and varied menus. Grilled or fried sausage is very popular in Berlin, with tomato, curry sauce.

2.  Shopping

There’s everything here: from exclusive and upmarket to cheap and cheerful. The German capital is a shopping paradise. Anybody can buy a pair of jeans. And there’s nothing special or exciting about purchasing a pair of shoes, a pullover or top at Hackescher Market – the unofficial Old Town of Berlin.

3.  Healthcare

Germany’s universal healthcare system is indeed one of the oldest in the world. Everyone legally residing in Germany is entitled to healthcare. Local hospitals certainly appease international standards and in many cases set the precedent themselves. Expats with specific concerns will be relieved to find that there are numerous hospitals in Berlin available for specialized treatment.

4. Insurance for Expatriates in Germany

Most expatriates will want to obtain international medical coverage if residing in Germany. Medical evacuation is recommended along with a plan that provides global medical treatment. A plan that will provide reimbursement for medical expenses via a large network of hospitals is recommended. In general, most expats should also obtain global life and disability insurance coverage unless a local plan is available. Expat Financial can offer some medical and travel insurance plans to local citizens in Germany.

Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to become an expatriate in Germany:

International Health Insurance

Expat Life and Disability Insurance

Travel Insurance

Evacuation Coverage

Group Expat Insurance Plans

If you require a quote for insurance coverage for expats in Germany, contact Expat Financial today for a quote and to discuss your Germany expatriate insurance requirements.