The cheapest cities in Germany
Chemnitz is the city with the lowest rents. Following suit on ranks two and three are Dresden and Jena - two more East German cities. This is one of the results of the 19. social survey of the German student union.
A student in Chemnitz has to pay approximately 210 Euros for rent and running costs. Very striking: Among the Top 10 of the cheapest cities in Germany, eight of them are in East Germany - except for Oldenburg and Bamberg.
In contrast to that the biggest cities are with Berlin as the only exeption - the most expensive ones. Up front is Munich, where you have to pay a whopping 138 Euros more every month for a room of approx. the same size as in Chemnitz. Almost the same amount as in the Bavarian capital is charged in Cologne, Hamburg and Frankfurt/Main.
Overview of alle 54 cities evaluated:
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* Only those destinations were considered, which were based on data of at least 50 students.