Berlin has quite a global reputation: It has a complex history, a vibrant arts scene, and a party lifestyle that runs from dusk until dawn. It’s the global techno capital and home to Berghain, the most famous club in the world. But what about dating in the German capital? We at Babbel sat down with some of our colleagues to figure out what dating is like in this uninhibited, multicultural metropolis.
Yes, wireless internet connection is amazing, but regrettably it’s not available all the time. Here are our Top 11 times to take your language learning offline with the Babbel App.
Paris may be called the City of Love, but its dating culture can be intimidating for outsiders to break into. Here at Babbel, we sat down with some of our very own Parisian colleagues for their best tips and tricks on dating in Paris. Keep reading to discover their Do’s and Don’ts.
Whether you’re an experienced adventurer or a first-time global traveler, learning the local language of your destination can have a real impact on your trip. Here are our top reasons why having another language under your belt upgrades your experience abroad.
If you’re going to Europe and plan on visiting multiple countries, how do you decide what phrases to learn? Which are the most important? Here we break down the 13 most useful phrases for traveling around Europe, and translate them into the six most common European languages.
We sat down with a few of our colleagues from Mexico City in order to get their insider tips on dating in the capital city. Keep reading to find out about Mexico City’s dating culture and how to find your own amor.
How long should you practice a new language every day? We sat down with one of our linguistics experts here at Babbel to find out why our app gets you speaking a new language in only 20 minutes of study per day.
Living abroad is an exciting experience: It’s filled with new food, new people, new customs and it can completely transform your life. But did you know that alongside these positives, there can be a negative side to all this newness?
Feminism’s been in the news a lot lately, from Beyoncé to the 2016 election, to the Women’s March and #MeToo. But what is feminism really about? What does the word “feminism” actually mean?