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Living in Clermont-Ferrand

Bonjour and welcome to all expats living and working in the city of Clermont-Ferrand, “France’s Liverpool”. Once you have arrived, you’ll surely want to give yourself some time to explore what this wonderful city has to offer, starting with the spectacular cathedral of Notre Dame de L'Assomption. Built in the heart of the city, this tall dark structure dwarfs over the low roof tops of Clermont-Ferrand. Together with the Statue of Vercingétorix, situated in the city’s most famous Public Square, this will give you a first glimpse into the culture this city has to offer. However, to make you and your fellow expatriates feel more comfortable in your new home, InterNations’ content section offers its members vital information on expatriation related topics that surpasses simply pointing you in the direction of tourist destinations. Plus, InterNations enables its expatriate members to easily interact with other expats living in Clermont-Ferrand, France, and across the globe. Well-informed and in good company, expatriates in Clermont-Ferrand can then fully embrace life in the beautiful region of Auvergne.

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Moving to Clermont-Ferrand

Moving as an expatriate can always be a stressful time wherever you are across the globe. However, expats moving to Clermont-Ferrand will find that the city has a superb public transport system and is easily accessible by road and rail from neighboring cities. If you’re the sport type, there are copious amounts of gyms and sport halls dotted around town, not forgetting the numerous trails in the glorious mountain ranges either side of the city. Or watch the ‘ASM Clermont Auvergne’ play, which is the city’s rugby union club that competes at national level and is supported by an ample, local fan base. If, on the other hand, theater is more to your liking, you will most definitely have to experience the magnificent Opéra Théâtre after moving to Clermont-Ferrand, along with the various film, theatre, music, dance and digital art festivals Clermont-Ferrand hosts every year. This is the perfect time to mix and mingle with other expatriates in Clermont-Ferrand that you have met on InterNations.

Working in Clermont-Ferrand

There are two major higher academic institutions in Clermont-Ferrand, the Université Blaise Pascal and the Université d'Auvergne, which are home to over 40,000 students. In regards to employment opportunities, food production, engineering and pharmaceutical companies are the main economy driving industries, as well as the French tire manufacture Michelin which has long been the most prominent local employer and the headquarters of which can still be found in Clermont-Ferrand. One of the main focuses of InterNations is providing essential information for expats living in Clermont-Ferrand and across the world regarding income, housing, visas, and more through our global networking platform. The Expat Magazine, for example, provides expatriates working in Clermont-Ferrand with vital information, covering aspects such as international insurance, finance, working and living abroad, and more to make relocating for work and life abroad easier.

Ruben Barbosa

"After work I enjoy meeting other Brazlian expats offline. We go for a beer together and it feels like home. Thanks InterNations."

Verona Torres

"The idea to connext expatriates in Strasbourg fits perfectly to the city. Both are truly international."