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Worldwide Expat News

Keep up to date with the latest expat news from around the world.

Why Should All Expats in Switzerland Own a Bike?

It’s common knowledge that in the Netherlands and Denmark cycling is a popular recreational and commuting activity. In fact, 62% of citizens in Copenhagen commute to work, school or university by bicycle and in the Netherlands, there are over 22.5 million bicycles making their average bicycles per capita the highest of any country in the world. What people don’t know is that cycling is also a way of life in Switzerland and the country is a great place to cycle. Over 69% ... Read more

Why You Should Study Abroad in Canada

Canada is a beautiful location to travel to, with a long coastline, amazing cities, wonderful wilderness and diverse culture, it is a wonderous destination to travel, live and study in. The exploring opportunities in Canada are endless, with experiences on the ski slopes to the beautiful countryside, Canada is a must-see location. Not only is it beautiful but it's one of the most popular countries for international students, it is home to some of the world’s best universities and with that, if ... Read more

How to Obtain Omani Citizenship

Oman is the oldest independent state in the Arab world, sharing borders with the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Oman has Bedouin traditions and holds it with a sense of identity and pride. The country has a brilliant economy due to its oil wealth, which has developed at a great speed over the years. Oman’s beautiful country has vast exploring opportunities for locals, expats and travellers alike; find its stunning desert, fishing towns, breath-taking mountains and striking coastlines. At the ... Read more

5 Zoos Around the World That You Can Virtually Visit During Lockdown

The recent Covid-19 outbreak has interrupted everyone’s travel plans. Whether you were due to go on an overseas adventure or were looking forward to a luxury staycation, with flights cancelled and lockdown enforced there’s nowhere we can explore at this moment than that of our fridge. But, even when you can’t go away, you can still play. Thanks to the digital world we now live in there are a number of fantastic zoos around the world that offer live streams of their ... Read more

The Ups and Downs of Expat Life in Switzerland

Moving abroad is an exciting concept and there are so many reasons to consider taking the step to a new life in a new country. Whether you’re moving abroad for a new job, better schooling, to retire or to follow a loved one, living in a different country means experiencing it in a totally different way. Moving to a new country has both advantages and disadvantages and unlike when you go on holiday and only enjoy the benefits when living in a ... Read more

4 Extraordinary Places to Explore in Croatia Once Lockdown is Over

This Central European splendour has so much to offer. From balmy Mediterranean beaches to historic towns and cities and cultural heritage to stunning natural wonders this country truly has something for everyone. If you’re dreaming of a sun-drenched adventure here are just a few of the extraordinary places that you must see if you’re thinking of escaping to Croatia once the Coronavirus lockdown is over.   Krka National Park Named after the Krka River in which it’s spread around, this breathtaking national park is known ... Read more

5 Ways to Keep in Touch with Your Loved Ones During the Coronavirus Lockdown

Whether your loved ones are abroad or just down the road, the new government rules mean no matter where they are, if they’re not in the same household as you then it means not being able to visit them for the foreseeable future. If you want to keep yourself, your family, your friends and the NHS safe, then complying with the Covid-19 lockdown advice is the best thing you can do. But, don’t panic because although you might not be able to go ... Read more

4 Landmarks You Can Virtually Visit While Self Isolating

The recent Covid-19 outbreak has resulted in many people having to abandon their dream travel plans due to FCO restrictions, flight cancellations and cruise line suspensions and with the government advice to stay inside and self-isolate boredom is intensifying. But, it’s not all doom and gloom. Thanks to the digital world we now live in a number of iconic landmarks around the world are now available to tour virtually so you can check out some of these amazing historical sights without even ... Read more

How to Deal with Stress and Anxiety During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Where so much focus is being put on the physical health and well-being of everyone it can be easy to overlook the mental impacts a crisis such as this can have. During a pandemic, such as Covid-19, it’s normal to feel confused, overwhelmed, scared and distressed. The uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak is bound to cause stress and anxiety especially with constantly changing news reports, travel restrictions, and concerns for your own and your loved ones’ health. As the situation unfolds it’s ... Read more

Expat Safety Tips: Pandemic

Plagues, epidemics and pandemics have ransacked humanity multiple times throughout history having a huge impact on civilisations. An epidemic can occur at any time, there’s no way to predict when one can hit and if the epidemic spreads around the world beyond expectations it can quickly turn into a pandemic. So, what is a pandemic and how can you stay safe if one is declared? What is a pandemic? A pandemic is a global outbreak of a disease or virus. A pandemic is usually classed ... Read more
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