10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in Germany

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10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in Germany

Living in Germany’s cities is becoming more and more expensive. Not only new buildings are driving up the rents, the existing rents are constantly rising.

The question is, where can you still live reasonably cheaply? Anyone who reflexively thinks of small cities is not always right.

In the large Morgenpost special “Rent Skyline”, check how the rents in your residential area are in the German comparison. You will also find here the rent skyline of all 79 major cities and information on the methodology of the rent survey.

10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in Germany

These are the top and most expensive cities to Live and Study in Germany For International Students.and you can Also learn German Course in Germany in These universities Just Scroll Down and Read the Details.

Cologne

  • Average income: 1723 Euro
  • cold rent on average: 10 Euro
  • highest rent: 12,10 Euro (50672 Altstadt-Nord)
  • lowest rent: 7,94 Euro (50769 Fühlingen)

Darmstadt

  • Average income: 1752 Euro
  • cold rent on average: 10 Euro
  • highest rent: 10,50 Euro (64285 Darmstadt)
  • lowest rent: 9,13 Euro (64297 Eberstadt)

Mainz

  • Average income: 1725 Euro
  • cold rent on average: 10,16 Euro
  • highest rent: 11,02 Euro (55131 Old Town)
  • lowest rent: 9,43 Euro (55129 Bretzenheim)

Heidelberg

  • Average income: 1846 Euro Rent
  • on average: 10,26 Euro
  • Highest rent: 12,98 Euro (69120 Handschuhsheim)
  • Lowest rent: 8,85 Euro 69123 Pfaffengrund

Hamburg

  • Average income: 1957 Euro
  • Cold rent on average: 10,50 Euro
  • Highest rent: 15,39 Euro (20149 Harvestehude)
  • Lowest rent: 5,67 Euro (22115 Lohbrügge)

 

Freiburg (Breisgau)

  • Average income: 1679 Euro
  • Cold rent on average: 10,98 Euro
  • Highest rent: 12 Euro (79098 Old Town)
  • Lowest rent: 8,73 Euro (79112 Munzingen)

 

Ingolstadt

  • Average income: 1768 Euro
  • cold rent on average: 11 Euro
  • highest rent: 11,94 Euro (85053 Ingolstadt)
  • lowest rent: 10,53 Euro (85051 Hagau)

 

Stuttgart

  • Average income: 1967 Euro
  • Cold rent on average: 11.14 Euro
  • Highest rent: 14.03 Euro (70192 Feuerbach)
  • Lowest rent: 9.84 Euro (9.51 Euro 70437 Freiberg)

Frankfurt (Main)

  • Average income: 1694 Euro
  • cold rent on average: 12,46 Euro
  • highest rent: 15,34 Euro (60325 Bockenheim)
  • lowest rent: 9,84 Euro (65936 Frankfurt a. M. West)

 

Munich

  • Average income: 2137 Euro
  • cold rent on average: 15.18 Euro
  • highest rent: 18.50 Euro (80801 Schwabing-Freimann)
  • lowest rent: 12.50 Euro (80999 Allach-Untermenzing)

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