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Is Germany the same size as France?

Is Germany the same size as France?

France is approximately 551,500 sq km, while Germany is approximately 357,022 sq km, making Germany 64.74% the size of France.

Is Germany or France better to live in?

Germany is in quite a good place economically speaking, and life can be much cheaper there (French people living next to the border often buy their groceries in Germany, especially since organic food can be really expensive on the French side !).

How big is Germany compared to France in sq km?

France is about 2 times bigger than Germany. Germany is approximately 357,022 sq km, while France is approximately 551,500 sq km. Meanwhile, the population of Germany is ~80.6 million people (13.5 million fewer people live in France). This to-scale map shows a size comparison of Germany compared to France.

Is the standard of living better in Germany or France?

First of all, I am neither French, nor German, nor American, but have been living in France for over 10 years and prior to that, another 10 years in Germany. There is no general answer as to which country offers you a better life, since they differ very much in the lifestyle and also in the opinion of what is considered “good” and “bad.

Which is richer in population France or Germany?

France has a population of 67 Million. Germany has a population of 82 Million. So the Germans are “richer” in “people”. France has a population density per square mile of 100. Germany has one of 235. Thus France has more land for each person, compared to Germany and is in this case “richer” than Germany.

Can you stay in Germany longer than 90 days?

As part of your stay in Germany, you will need medical insurance to cover you for the duration of the visa. So, that completes our rundown of some of your national visa options in Germany that can allow you to continue living in Europe once your 90-day Schengen allowance has been used up.