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    I wish I'd found InterNations sooner: It would have made my first few month as an expat in London much less overwhelming.

Living in Nuneaton

Nuneaton, which locals have called "Codder" for hundreds of years, offers expatriates a real insight into a typical English Midlands town. From indoor attractions like ancient churches and fascinating museums, to town carnivals and soccer matches, expats living in Nuneaton have many treats on their doorstep. But an expatriate moving to Nuneaton might also need help in starting their new life in Nuneaton. That's when many turn to InterNations. From transport and driving to shopping and recreation, InterNations is there to help. On the site, you can browse our InterNations Expat Magazine, with categories that discuss these matters and more. Once your new life in Nuneaton is under way, you have the opportunity with InterNations to let other expatriates know how great the place is. You could start by telling them about Nuneaton's most famous daughter - the Victorian writer George Eliot, author of seven novels including The Mill on the Floss. There's a statue of her in Newdegate Square as well as a gallery dedicated to her at the Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery, set in the beautiful surroundings of Riversley Park.

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Moving to Nuneaton

Moving to Nuneaton, in fact moving anywhere abroad, holds many challenges to an expatriate, but InterNations has the know-how to support your relocation. More than anything it is a place to exchange and receive trustworthy information and insider tips via an expat forums, discussion groups and dedicated content section. From visas to import regulations, we've got it covered. Whether communicating with other expats living in Nuneaton, its surrounding area, across the country, or even across the world with other 'global minds', you will probably find someone who can give you advice. With such an international global community literally at your fingertips, InterNations can smooth your move to Nuneaton. Once you're there you can relax and enjoy some of the special things Nuneaton has on offer. Why not go to the Nuneaton Carnival, the largest in the county, which has taken place every year in June for over 80 years? It always features a Carnival Procession with highly decorated floats which has attracted national media interest.

Working in Nuneaton

InterNations can give you help and advice about working in Nuneaton, in fact anywhere in the UK. You will find key facts about taxes, social security and business culture, as well as searching for a job or a new career. If you're intending to work in Nuneaton, you'll want to find out about international health insurance and other financial matters. Be assured there will be something relevant on InterNations' website. But after work you'll want to enjoy your life as an expatriate in Nuneaton. So why not visit the Catholic Abbey Church of St. Mary which was built around the 12th century ruins of the Benedictine Priory of Nuneaton? Or how about just going along to watch the town's soccer team called Nuneaton Town F.C., known locally as 'The Boro'? Whatever you decide to do, network, socialize and share your experiences of life in Nuneaton on InterNations, by becoming part of our global expat community.

  • Jan-Peter van Tijk

    I wish I'd found InterNations sooner: It would have made my first few month as an expat in London much less overwhelming.

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    For me, the InterNations events are the best part. I attend almost every get-together and always get to know lots of friendly fellow expats.

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