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Living in Cadiz

As one of the eight communities that make up Andalusia, Cadiz is a port town in south west Spain. One of the oldest cities in the whole of Spain, Cadiz is positioned on a narrow slice of land just off the coast. Despite its unusual location, it is a fairly typical Andalusian city, with well-preserved architecture, beautiful views of the sea and incredible winding streets just waiting to be explored. Feeling comfortable in this safe and friendly city won't be difficult for any new expatriate looking to make a living in Cadiz, but it could be good to check a few of the main tourist attractions to get a feel for the city. Le Plaza de Topete, for example, is a hot-spot with the locals, and the Cathedral de Cadiz is a sight you'll never forget.

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Moving to Cadiz

Once you've made the brave decision to become an expat, moving to Cadiz should be fun, easy and not too difficult But just in case the move isn't as easy as expected, and you need some help making sense of the new culture you've moved to, then you should sign up to become a member of the InterNations global community. Thousands of other expatriates use the InterNations forums and discussion groups to make sense of their new surroundings, and their experiences and findings can be read through to relocation easier for expats moving to Cadiz.

Working in Cadiz

It's normal to do a lot of preparation before beginning a job, and it's just as likely you'll be doing a lot of worrying to. If you're moving to a new country entirely, and you're starting a new job because of your move, then you'll probably feel doubly as anxious. Working in Cadiz can be just like working anywhere else, but understanding the cultural barriers and how different the business etiquette can be abroad is no easy task. The global network of expatriate members that InterNations has built up over the last few years, and the forum posts and discussion threads they communicate in will help make working in Cadiz much easier. Browse the forums to find posts describing situations that are similar to your own. If there's nothing that matches your experience, then you can leave a post and watch the messages of support and suggestions from other expatriates in Cadiz and across the globe flood in.

Jacques Paillard

"At the InterNations Events, I didn't only enjoy dancing the night away at some great venues, but I also got to know some great friends. "

Katharina Berbner

"Thanks to InterNations, I found a good language school for expats to take intensive classes in Spanish and socialize a bit more. "