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We offer apartments for refugees coming from Ukraine. Alliance of German Serviced Apartments Provider If you need an apartment please write. We offer apartments for refugees coming from Ukraine. Currently we offer apartments in the following cities:Amsterdam, Augsburg, Bad Säckingen, Bad Urach, Bergen, Berlin, Bielefeld, Bingen, Böblingen, Braunschweig, Carcassonne, Copenhagen, Darmstadt, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Essen, Extertal, Frankfurt, Gießen, Güstrow, Hamburg, Hamburg Haburg, Hannover, Ingolstadt, Kalkar-Kehrum, Karlsruhe, Köln, Leipzig, Leverkusen, Lippstadt, Ludwigsburg, Masserberg, München, Nellingen, Niederrhein, Nürnberg, Oberammergau, Prag, Ratingen, Schorndorf, Singen, Stuttgart, Ulm, Werfenweng, Wien, Wiesbaden, Wuppertal and Zürich.
Some of the refugees only need a place to stay for one or two nights here in Dresden in order to travel on to their relatives in other cities in the following days.However, there are of course enough women and children who have left their country and their home without prospects. For these people, longer-term private housing is sought.If you can provide living space for short-term or long-term use, please contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +49 163 6609894.All host families will be accompanied by the project management in the reception of refugees, in financial and
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Transports for refugees from Ukraine at the Polish-Ukrainian border, in Przemysl, to Dresden (Germany). Arrangement of initial accommodation for the arrivals.
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Ukrainian refugees can travel with their Ukrainian passport/ID card to Berlin, Dresden, Nuremberg and Munich. There is no need for a ticket. If you wish to continue your journey, you can get a free “helpukraine” ticket valid in 2nd class to your desired destination at a DB Reisezentrum (DB Travel Centre) or at a DB agency. Please show your Ukrainian ID (passport/ ID card) to the ticket inspector on the train upon request. further Info: in Ukrainian in English in Deutsch