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Rotterdam is a booming city in the Netherlands undergoing continual development, with a growing expat population, multicultural vibe and and a strong city identity of progress.
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Find the best places to live in Maastricht, the capital city in the southern province of Limburg which offers some of the top sites in the Netherlands.
Den Haag is the third most populated Dutch city, and has a lively expat population due to a hoard of international organisations, schools and embassies.
Utrecht is one of the most attractive places to live in the Netherlands, offering big city amenities, a medieval centre and proximity to the Dutch countryside.
Eindhoven was dubbed the smartest in the world in recent years but also has loads of cultural, sporting and shopping appeal - as many expats have discovered.
Moving to Amsterdam? Here's a guided tour through the best parts of the Dutch capital, which remains one of Europe's best cities to live in.
Amstelveen is a leafy, prosperous, family-oriented suburb close to Amsterdam, which has a growing population of international residents.
Excellent transport links mean that living outside of Amsterdam and commuting daily is a viable option, opening up your options for finding a Dutch property.
Leeuwarden offers an affordable and comfortable lifestyle in a beautiful old city surrounded by green spaces and waterways.
Discover historical Groningen, a vibrant university city in the north of the Netherlands that has one of the country's youngest populations.
Set in the heart of the Randstad, Leiden is a picturesque college town that in many ways is the cultural and intellectual epicentre of the region.
Wedged between The Hague and Rotterdam, Delft is a beautiful historical town that attracts those seeking a quieter lifestyle with good city connections.
Haarlem is a beautiful old city, close to the beach, and only 15 minutes by train from Amsterdam Central Station.