I will also mention that there are wonderful neighborhoods that are close to the city center--15 minutes. Rent has crept up but still far better value than where I came from. But I’d have to add that it’s not a great place for IT/nomading if you care to meet other people with similar interests. I loved everything about the trip and even learned some potuguese, which is a beautiful language, Berlin is overall a great city to be. We don't allow group photos, drawings, avatars, objects, sunglasses, shirtless pics, nudity, black and white, color filtered pics or pics that aren't you: only human profile pics. Public transport is 2.70 EUR/ticket. http://www.freiburg.de, I’d love to be in this area, it’s in the so called blue banana zone. Other than that, all boxes checked–good startups, progressive + smart community built around a university, laid back, and about as affordable as Boulder or Portland (which is to say not very unless you live in a nearby village. -1 of the best education systems in the USA Cambridge in the UK is the closest town to Boulder that I’ve seen thus far, but it fails rather miserably when it comes to outdoor adventure opportunities. It’s more personal than anything else, after 5 years of UK I’d rather go somewhere else! -Not much snow We've been to Austin and know what we consider pros and cons of the location but we're pretty uniformed about North Carolina. Stayed there for 1 month last Oct for the fair. I'd say the OP has the correct plan in terms of actually spending time in both places but even then and with all the very subjective opinions offered, deciding where to live involves so many different factors and can be a difficult decision. Germany isn’t inexpensive though, but might work if you are a frugal person on a budget. Have been on the T-mobile plan for over three years now. Janet - it does go all over the place - 12" of snow in Durham one winter, none the next. If you don't want to live in a tech / expat mono-culture then it's for you. You can only add one review per city or it replaces/edits your old one. Trying to defect from here as asap. - English is harder to come by outside Montreal and certain parts of south shore but very common in the west end of Montreal The city very clean with a stunning mix of modern and historic architecture, and arguably has Europe's best public transit in terms of signage, availability, cleanliness and general efficiency. How about 4 out of 5? Warmest region in Germany I think. They never mentioned any requirement to me. I didn't mean anything was startling on city data, just that they have extensive information about both. Get FREE email communications from Fodor's Travel, covering must-see travel destinations, expert trip planning advice, and travel inspiration to fuel your passion. Apart from the small IT faculty, there is barely any IT industry to talk of. 7-day money-back guarantee. TMobile advises their international plan requires me to reside in the US for 3 months of each year, however I may be there only 1 month (or less). close in proximity, simple travel arrangements, maybe a body of water as well. Don't know which email/username you used? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Banana. Some homelessness issues downtown, like most cities. The beach + mountains + buildings combination is extremely unique. I actually really didn't like it - I think because I was by myself, in a fairly wild part of the city and got so us, Having lived in the Montreal region almost all my life, here are a few things to note: We've narrowed it down to North Carolina - though still deciding between Charlotte and Raleigh - and Austin, TX. From what I’ve read so far, it seems that most laid back and progressive locations with some startup community can be found in the north side of Europe, which is a shame as the south is so beautiful and much warmer. I don’t know about the startup culture, but there’s at least one cool co-working space and it’s definitely affordable, close to nature (30 minutes by train and you’re in some of the prettiest landscapes in Europe).
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