Berlin is the second largest city in Europe. Since the end of WWII and the subsequent Cold-War, it has undergone a renaissance. From desolate streets to jammed cafes, gloomy corners to bustling night clubs, Berlin is more alive than ever and gloomy historic landmarks such as the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, and Checkpoint Charlie have been rebuilt into busy tourist attractions.
Whether you are teaching English in the freezing winter, blooming Spring, pleasant Summer or sunny April, Berlin provides tons of social activities and a great public transit system with buses, trams, U-Bahn (subway), S-Bahn (light rail), Regional bahn (RB), Regional express (RE) trains, and ferries to take you around.
If you are an American, Canadian, or Australian teacher without a EU passport, this is the place to come teach in Europe. With just your BA and a reputable TESOL certificate, you can find a job at an English institute and receive the work permit in a matter of weeks.