Guide for expatriates in Zagreb (Croatia)
31 May, 2013 08:25
Guide for expatriates in Zagreb (Croatia)
A small country that's remarkably easy on the eyes, Croatia attracts millions of visitors annually to its stunning Adriatic coast. Still, it's not yet a household name - but even if you think you haven't heard of it, chances are, you have. Among other claims to fame, Croatia gave the world the necktie (or cravat), the fountain pen, and the first functioning parachute, and scientific genius Nikola Tesla.
Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia, is often described as "Vienna's little sister," thanks to its neo-baroque architecture, lush city parks, numerous cake shops and open-air markets, and a café culture that rivals that of Paris. The people of Zagreb love to socialize, and any time of day will do for an hours-long chat over coffee or a drink. (More)
Guide for expatriates in Kuwait
Another new guide today (yes, we're working hard to produce many more): we are delighted to announce our new city guide for expatriates in Kuwait.
Kuwait City is a very modern, up-to-date Middle East capital that draws on western influence. Many of the world's top name brand restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, leading businesses and car dealerships can all be found here. Some well known stores include: McDonalds, Subway, Cheese Cake Factory, and Ruby Tuesdays, KFC, Taco Bell, Starbucks, and Coffee Bean. Kuwait City is also home to several major shopping malls, showcasing world famous clothing lines, shoes and accessories. Two of the more famous Malls in Kuwait are, The Avenues and 360 Mall. (More)
Guide for expatriates in Malta (Valletta and surroundings)
We are proud to launch our new city guide for expatriates in Malta.
Malta is a small island nation located in the middle of the Mediterranean, 80 km/50 mi south of Sicily and 333 km/207 mi north of Libya. Comprised principally of the islands of Malta, Gozo, and Comino, the country covers just 316 km2 or 122 sq. mi. With a population of just over 400,000, this makes Malta one of the smallest and most densely populated countries in the world.
Valletta and its surroundings in the eastern region of Malta form the most densely populated area of Malta, and include the villages of Valletta, Sliema and St. Julian's. Although called Valletta, the capital city, our guide is also largely focused on those other villages praised by a very high concentration of expats who reside in these seaside villages.(More)
Full update on the guide for expatriates in Montreal (and Quebec)
We have now fully updated our guide for Montreal (and Québec). After London and Paris, our Montreal guide has been fully reviewed and extended, and with 179 pages (PDF) of information you will read the most complete guide to prepare your expatriation to Canada (Québec) and to Montreal. (More)
List your social networks in your Easy Expat profile
We have just released a new feature on EasyExpat.com: you can now list all your social media within your expat profile! (More)
Full update on the guide for expatriates in Paris
We have now fully updated our popular guide for Paris (and France). After London, our Paris' guide has been fully reviewed and extended, and with 182 pages (PDF) of information you will read the most complete guide to prepare your expatriation to France and to Paris. (More)
New Partnership with ExpatsRadio
Our weekly Twitter Round-up has proved to be an excellent resource for international news from professional agencies to expat bloggers. In the last year and a half and over 79 posts, we've covered some of the biggest world events, expat rants, culture clashes, important expat firsts, strange foods, and stranger people.
This week, we decided to take our news a step further by partnering with ExpatsRadio.com in a new weekly series. ExpatsRadio.com uses the medium of audio to explore all avenues of moving and traveling abroad with information on important issues like finance and law, to gardening, cookery, and horoscopes. (More)
Happy New Year 2013
We wish you all a very happy year 2013!
2012 has gone and it's that time of the year when you think: Already? What have we done? (More)
Best-of EasyExpat.com 2012: the worst emails received
Just before Christmas, and to finish this year, we are publishing for the third year the EasyExpat Best-off list for the funniest or most bizarre emails we have received in 2012.
We remind you that EasyExpat is a list of city guides for expatriates, host a public forum for the community and free services such as job listing, classifieds, general articles on expatriation (FAQ), directory of expat websites. Apparently some Internet users did not understand it!
New partner for our travel section
We have just changed the layout on our Travel websites Easy Expat Travel in order to unify our expat services on EasyExpat.com.
We have signed a partnership with EasyVoyage to use their advanced technology with real time availability to compare all products offered by the market's major vendors. (More)