By Joshua Wood, LPC
Last updated on Sep 24, 2021
Expats, digital nomads and retirees discuss what it is like to live in Hannover, Germany: Cost of living, Finding a home, Meeting People and more.
What do expats in Hannover appreciate most about the local culture?
"I have type 1 diabetes and I was absolutely blown away by how amazing it was. I cannot say enough about this. My wife and I also did in-vitro fertilization, pregnancy and post-natal experience and it cost us 100 euros for the whole thing - with great results. I appreciated the emphasis on recycling, public transport was efficient (we didn't need cars), everything was in walking distance for us, and it was easy to navigate everything in English,"
said another expat in Hannover.
What do expats find most challenging?
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