Utrecht is one of the most popular cities to live in. The city was recently ranked second in the ranking ‘Most popular places to live in the Netherlands’ by real estate company JLL. Given what Utrecht has to offer, that should hardly come as a surprise.
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Staying informed about the latest news on the Corona crisis can be challenging when you are an international. Therefore, a group of students from the University College Utrecht decided to step up and provide Coronavirus updates for non-Dutch speakers.
The Dutch government has taken measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Following the measures and advice of the government, the International Welcome Centre Utrecht Region revised its services. Read the article to learn more about the changes.
A crisis like the corona crisis throws all that we know and are used to upside down. We can’t control what is happening, yet we can control how we are dealing with it. In this article, you can find some practical tips on how to do this.
In light of the Coronavirus situation affecting the Netherlands, the Dutch railway company NS has decided to limit the number of train services it offers. Changes to its services will be in place from Saturday, March 21, onwards.
Due to COVID-19 we turned our free seminar on tax filing into an online webinar! Tune in Wednesday March 25th of March to hear our experts Blue Umbrella give information about tax filing in the Netherlands.
Sign up to be one of the swimmers at the Jubilee edition of Singelswim Utrecht on the 16th of June to support the FSHD's fight against muscular dystrophy!
Are you ready for tax season? Almost 40 of our international residents here in Utrecht are closer to being ready than ever before, after the