If you've recently moved to Bizerte, or you're considering living in Bizerte, you should take advantage of the fantastic networking features presented by InterNations. The website aims to make the lives of expatriates much easier by building up an international network of like-minded expats who can share their experiences with one another. If you're living in Bizerte, it might be a good idea to try and get your bearings –exploring your surroundings, and learning a little bit about the city would be a good place to start for any expat in Bizerte. Known as the 'oldest city in Tunisia' for obvious reasons, Bizerte has some stunning architectural marvels as a direct result of its age. The Kasba, for example, has large, imposing militaristic walls, which make it a worthy sight, and a climb to the top of the Spanish fort, with its stonework and antique cannons, offers unbeatable views of Bizerte.
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Moving anywhere new can be challenging, and that's before you consider moving to a completely different country. Moving to Bizerte, and setting up your life as an expatriate doesn't need to be as much of a hassle as it first seems. The InterNations website currently has thousands of discussion groups and forum threads dedicated to making expatriate life simpler. As a member of InterNations, you can browse the expat forums, see what people are saying about their moving experiences and comment on the threads for some direct feedback. If you're the type of person who prefers one-on-one interaction, then you can use the private messaging system to gain some important insight in to expatriate life by simply asking others who have been through it all already.
Working in Bizerte can be made much easier with the assistance of an InterNations membership. The websites’ Expat Magazine has countless articles written specifically about living and working as an expatriate, and this includes some member-submitted articles devoted to sharing their expat experiences. After browsing the articles and forum threads, you'll feel much more comfortable about working in Bizerte, even with the cultural barriers and widely different business etiquette. Whether you're an expat looking to start up your own business, become self-employed and work on a freelance basis, or you've been sent over by an employer, there will be something to help your experience on InterNations. If you want to find voluntary work, there are articles written about that too, with many expatriates choosing that route and offering their tips and hints on how to get by.