5 reasons to move to Duisburg

5 reasons to move to Duisburg

“Always a bit behind the beat, dragging rather than going” – sings songwriter Philipp Eisenblätter about Duisburg in his song, a declaration of love for his hometown. But even if your heart does not beat there and you are one of those who have moved there or are just planning to move there, you can learn...

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Nuremberg, the German city to move to

Nuremberg, the German city to move to

Nuremberg is not for nothing the second largest city in Bavaria. An economic centre, a paradise for shopping enthusiasts, and a beautiful setting. The mighty Kaiserburg towers over the magnificent city centre, while the rest of the cityscape is also characterised by the distinct romanticism of the Middle Ages and the “Fränggisch”...

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Why move to Ghent Belgium?

Why move to Ghent, Belgium?

Ghent has an area of over 150 km² and less than 250,000 inhabitants. The city is located in the Flemish part of Belgium. The city has an old part that is a UNESCO world heritage site. Reasons to move to Ghent There are many old houses and historic buildings in the city such as the Cathedral of Saint Bavo and the old...

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Moving to Liege

Moving to Liege

A beautiful, historic centre, smelling of hot waffles and meatballs. This is Liege! Known as the Walloon tourist city, but not the biggest. It is a relatively small city, but no less cosy. Is it easy to get around Liege? It certainly is! As the city is relatively small, it is easy to get around without a car. There...

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Liege, the city to move to in Belgium

Liege, the city to move to in Belgium

Moving to a new city like Liege can be a wonderful new experience, but at the same time it can be overwhelming for some. How do you get started? What are the rules in the city? What can you do in Liege, Belgium? You can find the answers to these questions on our blog. This short but handy city overview will give you an insight...

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What are the taxes in Belgium

What are the taxes in Belgium?

The tax office in Belgium will tell you if you are liable to pay income tax. If you do, you have until 30 June each year to submit a tax return for income earned in the previous calendar year. Some expats may qualify for a tax credit to cover additional costs such as travel and relocation. Please contact your local tax...

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Moving to Antwerp, cultural life

Moving to Antwerp, cultural life

Living in Antwerp is a place where history intersects with modernity. However, if you are seriously considering moving to Antwerp, you should know some important information, such as educational opportunities for children and health services in the city.It is a historical city and increasingly multicultural. You can hear...

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