Whatever your needs, we offer assistance on a personal level and want you to feel perfectly welcome in Stuttgart.

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For expats

New in Stuttgart? Feeling overwhelmed with your daily life?  
So many questions and having a hard time to find answers?

Having experienced life  abroad for several years, we know first hand how difficult it can be setting up a new life in a different culture, especially if you don’t speak the language.

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For Companies

Perfectly Welcome is how you want your employees/impats and their families feel coming to Stuttgart.

International studies have indicated that Germany is not the most welcoming country in the world.

We at KIRAMIGA want to change this.

Kiramiga News & Stories

Stuttgarter Wine Festival - Stuttgarter Weindorf

One of the greatest wine festivals in Germany will be held in Stuttgart from the 28th of August till the 8th of September: the 44th Stuttgarter Weindorf (Stuttgart Wine Village).

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How can we help YOU?

Confused? Questions? Curious? Emotional? Adventurous?  Overwhelmed? Excited?

We are your helping hand.

Top Tips - good to know before you move to Germany

1. tap water is safe to drink
2. bring a bag when you go shopping
3. bring a coin (1 Euro, 50 cents) to get a trolley (already to the airport &  shopping )
4. check shop opening hours (No errants on Sundays,  some shops close at lunchtime)
5. bring cash at all times for little shops, bakeries and some restaurants
6. credit cards are not accepted everywhere
7. do not cross the road at a red light
8. rubbish/trash needs to be separated
9. Germany has bottle Pfand
10. Hallo - Hello / Bitte - Please / Entschuldigung - Excuse me / Tschüss - Goodbye / Danke - Thank you

...more TIPS - go to our BLOG or TIPS section

Kiramiga - what others say

„Most important was the moral support“ M.F. from Japan

„She made me feel safe“ Anonymous from Japan

„I find Kira to be exceptionally helpful“ Michelle from England 

 

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Kira Neumann, founder of Kiramiga

We at Kiramiga want to challenge the study that Germany is not the most welcoming country.
Having experienced life abroad for several years, we understand how difficult it can be setting up a new life in a different culture, especially if you don’t speak the language.

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