There was a time when the travelling solo was rarely considered. Unless it was impossible to avoid it, a woman simply never travelled alone. But today, people of both genders often go on adventures solo.
Antwerp, in the heart of Europe, is one of the fastest growing European cities, outstripping the EU Area itself with 2.7% growth year on year, mostly via the Port of Antwerp, but also from the surrounding areas which are bringing huge amounts of business to the city.
The Port of Antwerp is one of Europe’s biggest trade hubs and is currently the fastest growing in the European Economic Area. For many centuries, the port has been a nerve centre for European trade, so with its rich history and with big ambitions for the future, this post will look at the port and its key role in the European Union.
At Globexs we are specialized in temporary rentals in Antwerp (and many other cities) for foreign companies. In Antwerp, we rent apartments to companies that are looking for a very specific kind of housing: short-term, flexible, and affordable accommodation for their expats and workers.
At our main office in Valencia we often ask ourselves the following 2 questions:
Is it a good idea to retire in Valencia? Valencia is welcoming, warm, it’s not the beaten track like the Costa Del Sol, it has great food, it’s cheap, in essence, it’s the perfect place to enjoy the best years of your life.
Digital nomads in Valencia would certainly agree. If you work from home, you can choose where you want to live. Valencia is one of the most perfect cities to mix work-life balance. If you can choose where to live Valencia is your best choice. At least that is our humble opinion.
With slow progress being made on the negotiations over Brexit, and the possibility of a transitionary period being implemented to soften the landing both for Europe and for Britain, the landscape is changing and the position of ex-pats in Spain has different ramifications.