From the idyllic fields of tulips and windmills, to the industrial thump of Rotterdam, the Netherlands has something for everyone. This expat haven attracts talent and culture from all over the world, making the major cities real international melting pots. Soon you’ll forget what walking feels like (the bike reigns supreme), consider your raincoat your most prized possession, know your cafés from your coffee shops and stun your friends back home with your new down-to-earth Dutch attitude. Cities in the Netherlands have a range of homes to rent for students and expats. Book yours via HousingAnywhere.
Rotterdam, the city that rebuilt itself into a modern, architectural, innovative, and multi-cultural melting pot. Live your Dutch life with a touch of modernity in this port city.
Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands. The city's character and vibe attracts thousands of expats to this city, whether it's for education or a job abroad. Live by the canals, cycle through the cobbled streets and enjoy the laid back culture.
If you are moving to Leiden, expect one of the most vibrant student cities in the Netherlands!
Enschede is known for being a peaceful, beautiful and versatile city to live in as it has a wonderful mix of culture, history, nature, and innovation. It's situated right next to the German border and is the 14th largest city in The Netherlands.
Maastricht is a fun city that's got a rich history, strong cultural influence, and fun carnival parties. The city's great strategic location makes it easy to travel within Europe and the renowned university is a great pull for international students.
Tilburg is for you if you like living in urban environments but consider yourself as a nature-lover too. This city is popular with students, making Tilburg known for its liveliness.
Utrecht, a true student city that's surrounded by canals, lively people, and beautiful architecture. The city's historic yet modern vibe makes it the perfect city for those who like a mix of both.
Groningen's motto literally translates to "There's nothing that tops Groningen". The city's universities and start up scene attracts lots of foreigners, making it one of the most international friendly and young cities in The Netherlands.
Eindhoven is a city that's known for it's focus on technology and innovation. It's a great city for those who want to live on a budget but also have easy access to other Dutch and EU cities.
The Hague, also known as the International City of Peace, Justice and Security, is a centrally located city that's rich in diversity. It's a desirable city as everything you need, including a beach, is packed into a relatively small city.
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