A german in chicago
Discover the beauty and variety of Chicago through the eyes of a 30-something-year-old German who loves art, good coffee and window shopping. Let’s explore the huge variety Chicago has to offer together. On this page, I will give you insights into the wonderful, vibrant and diverse city of Chicago with general hints, hidden gems and detailed guides for the different neighborhoods. No matter if you are a tourist or you are living here. Enjoy my tips and tricks and let me know if I missed anything! I love to explore new places and give these lists a constant update!
Almost one year ago we packed our stuff and moved to Chicago. It’s unbelievable how quickly time goes by when you have fun.
There are a lot of stereotypes about Chicago. Many of them are true and some of them are totally exaggerated. In the following, I tell you 5 things you should know when thinking about moving to Chicago.
Easy to reach with the blue line, the Logan Square neighborhood is home to a diverse population including Latinos, Poles, and African-Americans. While housing prices in nearby Wicker Park are rising more and more artists moved to Logan Square shaping it to an increasingly hip area.
I am a huge fan of diving into a new culture and exploring new tastes, customs and ways how to do things. However, from time to time I enjoy feeling at home at a foreign place to feel energized again. In this blog post I will show you my Chicago gems for European spirit.
After setting foot in the US to live here for the next few years I took the time to write down my first impressions of the city itself and also some American customs that attracted my attention. As a result, I am now showing you my top 10 of remarkable things about the US and Chicago.