Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
A guide to connecting utility services to your Dutch home, including water, electricity and gas providers, plus information on post offices and decorating your home.
If you have a driver's licence from outside of the Netherlands, certain nationalities must exchange it for Dutch driver's licence.
Want to buy a bike in Amsterdam? Explorer Publishing offers some tips on buying Dutch bicycles.
Before moving abroad, make sure your finances, pension plan, housing payments, tax arrangements and investments are carefully organised for the big move, too.
Need a plumber? Here's a list of top plumbers in the main 10 Dutch cities, as recommended by a local Dutch resident.
Preparing to live overseas is an exciting experience, but planning for a big change can be overwhelming. [Contributed by Clements Worldwide]
A guide on how to connect to telephone, internet, television and mobile services in the Netherlands, plus a list of the main communication providers.
The first weeks and months in a new country can be exciting yet disorienting as you adapt to a new life abroad. Here are 10 tips to make your move abroad easier.
Culture shock is a common experience for many who move abroad, even between European countries. How can you deal with the shock of integrating into a new culture?
Moving home isn't always easy – many who repatriate feel different and utterly out of touch. This article explains what happens when culture shock is reversed, what to expect, and how to cope with its effects.
Kissing the Netherlands good-bye? Moving home can be as daunting as moving abroad but adhering to a few guidelines can save you a lot of stress when relocating.
As the challenges of repatriation are increasingly identified, here are tips for expats and organisations on managing a successful relocation back home.
Pets are welcome in the Netherlands but there are strict rules relating to bringing pets into the country, particularly around proving they are healthy and are transported appropriately.
Is your pet an 'at-risk' breed to travel, or 'crate-trained'? When relocating your pet abroad, owners must make an informed decision whether their pets are ready for the trip.
It’s up to you to get the best deal for your family and career when it's time to repatriate. There are a few tips to aid a successful repatriation into your work environment.