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Urs Mayerl

"The InterNations events in Bucharest are really great. The members attending, both expats and locals, are very interesting to talk to."

Emma Willems

"I have met most of my friends in Bucharest through InterNations. I never thought I would join an online community. Glad that I changed my mind."

Living in Brasov

If you're an expatriate living in Brasov we'd like to welcome you to our international online community. The InterNations website is a place where global minds can meet and discuss the different aspects of the expat lifestyle together. Our website is designed for expats from all over the globe to share their experiences, get new information and overcome any problems they might have when adjusting to living in a new country. Our platform encourages community spirit via discussion groups and our forum. We've made it simple for expats living in Brasov to find other, like-minded expats in the city. Here at InterNations, you can discover new friends, colleagues and mentors. If you're in the process of moving to Brasov and you'd like to find out about the local area, please feel free to ask our members about housing, storage, visas or how to receive salary payments. Our community is very supportive. We also provide a private messaging service so that once you find a friend nearby, you can organize your own meet ups to socialize or network together.

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Moving to Brasov

Brasov is a large city in Romania and it's known as “The Romanian Salzburg”. For literature lovers, paying a visit to Bran Castle, which is known colloquially as Dracula's castle, is essential. It sits perched up high on a mountain, overlooking the valley far below. Another must-see attraction is the Black Church which was built by the Brasov German community and is considered to be the largest Gothic-style monument in Romania. Expats moving to Brasov will also be in a good position to travel around Romania given Brasov's central location. It's quite close to both the Black Sea resorts and the monasteries of Northern Moldavia. For general information about living abroad, please have a look at the Expat Magazine, which we publish online. It's full of articles about the different factors involved in settling into an expat way of life.

Working in Brasov

If your relocation to the city is for work, the InterNations online space is a great place to get insider industry tips and to network with other expats working in Brasov or around the globe. You might also be able to get help finding a job, if your company has not sent you to Brasov on an expat assignment. There is a lot of heavy industry and manufacturing in Brasov, as well as a thriving pharmaceutical plant. We encourage our members to make full use of the services we provide. There are many opportunities to be had when you get in touch with other expatriates working in Brasov and elsewhere.

Urs Mayerl

"The InterNations events in Bucharest are really great. The members attending, both expats and locals, are very interesting to talk to."

Emma Willems

"I have met most of my friends in Bucharest through InterNations. I never thought I would join an online community. Glad that I changed my mind."