On my very first trivago Friday, I listened to our CEO Rolf’s speech, which ended on an invitation to a party at his house (but this is another story). As I was about to leave, I heard some people jamming with two Guitars and a Cajon. Who were these people? Robin, Emilio and Giselle. I […]
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Here, you can take a peek into the trivago kaleidoscope and get a taste of what a life at trivago is really like.
Growing up in a tropical country, I’ve seen snow once or twice in my life, but never a mountain of snow. I don’t like doing exercise, my favourite “sports” are playing pool and dancing. I have balance disorder, acrophobia & tachophobia. But when there was an opening for a snowboarding trip to Austria, I couldn’t […]
trivago attracts talents from all around the world (91 different countries to be exact) and for some, arriving in Düsseldorf is their first glimpse of Germany and German life. So what better way to get to know your newly adopted country than to see as much of it as possible? Even for those with a […]
Thanks to its fairly central location within North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), trivago’s hometown of Düsseldorf is a great jumping off point for exploring the surrounding area, brimming with historic towns, world-class museums and plenty of Instagram opportunities just waiting to be explored.
In Düsseldorf, you can treat your taste buds to a thriving international food scene. We got in touch with a hand-full of trivago employees to find out some of their go-to restaurants anytime they’re craving something a little different from the German staple of meat and potatoes.
Like trivago, Annachiara is passionate about corporate social responsibility, so she decided to give a vitamin session at our office on March 1 on this. Life at trivago met Annachiara to find out more about her background and what she has to say about this very important and interesting topic.
We’re very passionate about hackathons. Which is why we hold internal ones to ensure that we stay innovative despite huge company growth.
Here in Düsseldorf, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to cafes offering a top-notch cup of coffee. Here’s our round-up of the city’s finest.
If all you want to do is win, win, win, take it from a recovering overachiever Hamza Khan and STOP.
With affordable ticket prices, cheap beer, lively standing-only areas and famous fan culture, it’s not hard to see why the Bundesliga is the 2nd most attended sports league in the world.