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12 Tips for Living in Dusseldorf, Germany

By ademola

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A glimpse at expat life in Dusseldorf, Germany - from international schools to cost of living in Dusseldorf, expat clubs to recreational activities.

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Why People Move to Dusseldorf

People move to Dusseldorf for work and for family reasons.

Cost of Living in Dusseldorf, Germany

Here are some of the cost of living figures for Dusseldorf, Germany.

Flat rent 1000-1500 Eur

Flat buy 3000 Eur/m2

Avg Restaurant 8-10Eur/meal

Car leasing 300-500

Eur/month

Car insurance vary 1000-2000 Eur/year

Insurances 300Eur/year

Health insurance private 400 Eur/month

Health insurance public 400-800 Eur/month

Income tax vary depending family status

Expat Clubs in Dusseldorf

Many internation clubs, you can join online...

International Schools in Dusseldorf

International School of Dusseldorf in Kaiserswerth 2 schools (English)

Other schools (French, Greek, Japanese)

Shopping & Markets

There are many food stores and markets in Dusseldorf - normal city living.

Public Transportation

Public transportation in Dusseldorf is safe. Monthly fees are affordable. Taxis / car / bike rental

Climate in Dusseldorf

The temperature in Dusseldorf in the summer ranges from +22 to +35C. In the winter in ranges from -2 to +10C.

Restaurants & Nightlife

Many restaurants. Night clubs for 30+. Jazz club, live music. Special parties for 40+ ages.

Hospitals and Medical Care in Dusselforf

In Dusseldorf, public hospitals offer emergency treatment as well. Private clinics are affordable only with private insurance. Costs are still cheaper than US.

Expat Health Insurance in Germany

Expats interested in expat health insurance should take a minute to get a quote from our trusted expat health insurance partner, CIGNA.

Recreational Activities in the Dusseldorf Area

Public pools, sport clubs. Many kind of sports available, but not excessively.

Visa & Residency

If you are from the EU, you don't need a visa nor are their residency requirements. If you are from outside of the EE, a visa & work permit are needed, but easy to get if you come to work.

Crime in Dusseldorf

Pocket thieves. Car theft. Usually come from other countries.

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