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Leandro Pellegrini

"With the great international contacts I found on InterNations, I managed to build up my business in Sanaa. What a great member base."

Eva Naumann

"Settling as an expat woman in Sanaa was really difficult in the beginning. But when a friend invited me to InterNations this changed."

Living in Aden

If you are new to living in Aden, otherwise known as the ‘Seaport City’, you’ll find InterNations an invaluable resource for easing you in to the local community. With its old town, situated in the crater of an extinct volcano, and its natural harbor situated in another crater of a dormant volcano (known as ‘Aden’s Ancient’), living in Aden provides a multitude of new experiences. InterNations provides the perfect platform from which you can contact other expats living in Aden to share valuable information about the city, giving you the low-down on local area tips. For expats living in Aden the InterNations forum creates the ideal environment for global minds to meet up, either virtually or in person, to receive trustworthy information and insider knowledge on all expat-related topics. Through a network of global-minded individuals, make living in Aden an experience to remember.

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Moving to Aden

If you are moving to Aden, or have already moved, InterNations is your most valuable resource for receiving and sharing information about the city. For expats moving to Aden our InterNations forum is the ideal place to share tips on housing, relocation, storage and insider knowledge on the very best locations. The InterNations forum is perfect for putting you in touch with like-minded individuals who have also experienced moving to Aden; it’s a unique way of creating a platform for meeting and socializing with other expats, providing a trusted network of fellow expats where you can exchange information and local know-how. If you are a first-time expat moving to Aden, or a more experienced global traveler, being in touch with others is an important factor in making moving to Aden a welcoming experience.

Working in Aden

Working in Aden is an exciting prospect and, to ease you in to your working life, the opportunity to meet other expats who have local knowledge is facilitated by InterNations. The Expat Magazine is a great general resource and our InterNations forum can provide you with the opportunity to meet up with like-minded people who have also experienced working in Aden, along with a host of other local tips to share. If you have any questions about working in Aden that you think other expats may be able to help you with, whether it’s about your company, your salary or maybe generally about relocation, the InterNations forum is the perfect platform on which to get in touch with other expats who have had similar experiences.

Leandro Pellegrini

"With the great international contacts I found on InterNations, I managed to build up my business in Sanaa. What a great member base."

Eva Naumann

"Settling as an expat woman in Sanaa was really difficult in the beginning. But when a friend invited me to InterNations this changed."