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Living in Vadodara

Vadodara is located in the Indian state of Gujarat, and is the third largest city in the area. Vadodara is often still also known by its former name Baroda. The city has a large population and is an important center for industry, education and transport in the state. Expats living in Vadodara will find that the city has a lot to offer in terms of culture and places to visit, whilst sports such as cricket are popular in the city. Some of the most popular attractions that expatriates in Vadodara should not miss out on include the Laxmi Vilas Palace, the Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum which features works from both Indian and European painters, and the EME Temple. Like many other Indian cities, Vadodara hosts a number of annual festivals, including the Navratri, and expats living in Vadodara will also be able to enjoy the city’s lively Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Holi and other religious celebrations.

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Moving to Vadodara

Expatriates moving to Vadodara will find that the local cost of living is comparable to other cities in Gujarat, and less than in India’s largest cities. Vadodara tends to have a dry and hot climate through most of the year, with the exception of monsoon season, which runs from mid-June to mid-September. Expats relocating to Vadodara should not have any troubles getting there, as the city is well connected to other parts of India such as Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore through air transport, as well as road and rail connections. Getting around the city itself is easily done by bus or by taxi, whilst many residents also use their own cars. Expatriates moving to Vadodara with families will note that the city has an extensive education network, as well as having a number of international schools, with MS University also located in Vadodara. If you are an expat about to start life in Vadodara, then you should consider signing up to InterNations. On our platform you can easily connect with fellow expatriates in order to seek further useful information about the city and the surrounding areas.

Working in Vadodara

Vadodara is an important economic hub for Gujarat and in recent years has seen a growth in the number of industries present in the city. Expatriates working in Vadodara may find opportunities in industries such as engineering, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, plastics and petrochemicals and other similar areas. The city is also home to a number of electronic and technology manufactures, whilst glass production and manufacturing also employs a large number of people. An expatriate seeking work in Vadodara may also find opportunities in other areas such as finance, healthcare, retail and education. For more information about working in Vadodara, expats should consider joining InterNations. This does not only allow them to take advantage of the website’s many features such as the comprehensive content section, but also to interact with fellow expatriates, for example through its forum pages. These allow expats from different nations to network and share information about areas such as work, education, housing and more in order to help each other settle in to their new location.

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"The great events organized by InterNations helped me get to know Delhi expats from all over the world."
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