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Living in Almere

For a city so young, Almere has a wealth of culture that is perfect for the expat looking to immerse themselves in the life and history of this vibrant part of the Netherlands. Traveling architects will want to take full advantage of the CASLa, Center for Architecture, Urban Development and Landscape, with a full range of exhibitions and events. Others will be enticed by the De Pavijoens Museum for Contemporary Art. There’s no need to feel like an outsider in Almere, because you can meet and talk with other expatriates on the InterNations community forums and share your experiences there. If you’re looking for a little bit more, read through the user created blogs and even start one yourself. If you’re the more hands on type of person you can search out or organize a local event with other expatriates in the area. InterNations allow you to take control of getting to know other expatriates in your community, online or offline, however you choose.

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  • Cosmetics/Luxury Products Industry - Searching Job
    2 replies
    Sep 30, 7:29 AM
    Community member

    Hello Alina, The person I know is also looking for a job! If you read my post carefully you would understand that we need someone to hire people (a company). So we are in the same boat! Good …

  • British newspapers
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    Jul 3, 7:00 PM
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    there are also some places in the city, which have a good choice of international press: like a kiosk on elisabethplatz (next to the taxi) or also some press shops in bigger stores, like karstadt or …

  • Steuerberater
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    Apr 4, 10:40 AM
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    Dear Martin, I speak spanish and I can assist in all tax matters. Please contact me m.screpante@gmx.de I will get back to you as soon as possible. Regards, Mirna

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Moving to Almere

Established in 1976 and known as the youngest city in the Netherlands, Almere is a fast-growing modern city with an eager ambition. Moving anywhere new can be daunting, but don’t worry: you can get a head start and find plenty of important information about Almere, before your next step, on InterNations. Try the InterNations Expat Magazine. There you can prepare yourself on everything you need to by reading up on all relevant subjects such as finance, family and relationships, and even other expat’s experiences. If you have questions regarding your visa, living costs, or anything else, you’ll find an answer from other people in the same circumstances in the InterNations expatriate community. Don’t hesitate to get a taste of what you’ll find on the other end of your journey. Join InterNations and give yourself everything you need to feel confident when you arrive at your new home.

Working in Almere

If you’re an expatriate working, or looking for work in Almere you’ll want to join an InterNations discussion group. With the huge range of groups available, there are always numerous conversations with plenty of networking opportunities for professionals in Almere. The InterNations platform promotes discussions and information from a community comprised of users from all ends of the earth and all manner of backgrounds. Here you will find people who can help you, and a place to allow you to help others, with any questions concerning travel, income or other concerns you may have about your working life in the Netherlands. Expats living in Almere can find even more great information about work in the InterNations Expat Magazine, which covers a broad range of work related subjects. Stay up to date, stay in the loop, and stay on top with a tight-knit community of professional expats on InterNations.

  • Pascal Tremblay

    With InterNations as my network, I have been able to make many friends learn the ins and outs about living in The Hague.

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