Internet addresses in Germany

Reichstag mit deutscher Fahne

Experience Germany Refreshed, mobile and highly interactive – deutschland.de has a new face to it

Discover topics, find information, view videos , take part in the Germany Quiz and in online voting, interact with others: If you want to understand what makes Germany tick and what Germany is busy talking about, then visit deutschland.de and its social-media channels .

The Deutschland portal has a new face: young, refreshed, mobile and highly interactive.

Why learn German?

If you can speak German, you can

  •  read works by the great authors of the last centuries such as Goethe, Schiller and Brecht in the original;

  • include something on your CV that will catch the eye of prospective employers;
  •  study free of charge at a university in Germany, Austria or Switzerland;
  •  visit the Berlinale, go to Munich for the Oktoberfest or join in Karneval in Cologne;
  •  read the latest academic publications (German is the second most popular language in academic publications, and 28% of all books published worldwide are written in German);
  •  apply for jobs on the international stage. German is one of the official languages of the European Union and is also used in many other international organizations.