Hi guys! Today I would like to introduce you to a cafe, that is beloved by the locals but still a hidden gem to most visitors: Café KönigX in the middle of Bohnenviertel in the city center.
Hi guys! In todays Expat Interview I would like to introduce you to a great girl I met recently at My Stuttgart language exchange. Ahd grew up in Damascus. She had experienced the war in Syria but managed to get out finally. She lives in Stuttgart now and works as a volunteer for the organization “The Global Experience”. But let’s hear her story from herself:
Hi guys! Snow capped flowers and huge puddles on the streets. If you wonder if it’s still spring, let me share some insider knowledge about April in Stuttgart with you…
Hi guys! Spring is there! And when I think of spring, images of colorful flowers, warm sunshine and fun events pop up. Check out my favorite things to do this April in Stuttgart:
Hi guys! Are you struggeling with learning German or another language? If you want to practice your skills face to face with native speakers, you should visit my Stuttgart language exchange!
Hi guys! I’ve had the most wonderful Saturday afternoon last weekend. Have you ever enjoyed traditional Afternoon-Tea? If not, you should! 🙂 If yes, you will be delighted to hear that The English Tearoom offers this special treat in their new showroom at Heusteigviertel!
Hi guys! I did another interview with an interesting expat: James moved from England to Germany in 2006. He has started the blog liveworkgermany.com recently, where he shares tips for other expats – from “How to apply for a job in Germany?” via “How does public transport work?” to “Finding an appartment”. Even though James doesn’t live in Stuttgart but in Wiesbaden I wanted to do an Expat Interview with him because I am sure that you guys will find his experiences quite interesting and helpful. So let’s meet James!