We asked our readers on Facebook and Twitter what they would miss/do miss the most about Germany and with their help we’ve come up with our Local List – ten things you’d miss about Germany if you left tomorrow.
From lakes and licensing laws to buildings and beer gardens, we look at the things which make living in Germany really great – many of which we take for granted, until we move away of course.
What would you miss the most if you left Germany?
— Mark Lovell (@LovellLowdown) June 10, 2014
@TheLocalGermany Rules, great public transport, Bratwurst
— Boris Anninskiy (@cborisa) June 10, 2014
@TheLocalGermany The cost of living (in Bavaria). Much more affordable than in my home, Finland. And beer too, obviously.
— Maria Nessel (@marianettle) June 10, 2014
@TheLocalGermany Its been years since I left Germany and I still think about the CAKES… best in the world!
— Sue (@English_Woman) June 10, 2014
@TheLocalGermany I'll miss countryside/The Harz/cafe & kuchen/bratwurst/Hamburg/Celle/cycle paths/recycling/safety/Garmisch/EVERYTHING!
— Helen Bicker (@hembick) June 10, 2014
@TheLocalGermany the parks, public transport, beers, security, efficient/effective services, how people say 'hello, thank you, goodbye' 🙂
— Chepng'etich B (@cheptich) June 10, 2014
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