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Gritty and stylish all at once, Glasgow is a top destination for expatriation in Scotland. As the country's biggest city, it is a major economic and industrial hub, hosting many international companies.

If you are looking for opportunities, Glasgow is definitely the place to be. By moving there, you will also enjoy a pulsating urban life amidst its Victorian architecture, shopping malls, museums and restaurants.

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Edinburgh is a vibrant and historic city, with a broad cultural spectrum of expats. You can expect to have an exciting time living here, with a high quality of life. Here is what you will need to expect when you first touch down at Edinburgh Airport.

Edinburgh is known for its rich heritage, and it is a cultural hotspot, full of fascinating bars, venues and galleries to explore. The city has a huge international population, and locals are very welcoming to newcomers. If you want to make the most of your time living in Scotlands capital, here are some activities you must do.

Why are people in Gorgie dressed head-to-toe in burgundy? And what is the Six Nations? Scotland's capital has a diverse sporting scene, with local clubs and international leagues everyone is invited to. Here's a guide to everything sports-loving expats should know about their new home city.

Edinburgh has more restaurants per head than anywhere in the UK, making this city a foodies' delight. Whether you're after traditional Scottish dishes, international cuisine, or fine dining, you will find food for all palettes in Scotlands capital.

One of the most popular destinations in Europe, Edinburgh has not only a rich cultural heritage but also a vibrant economy and a dynamic workforce. Many foreign professionals are choosing this Scottish city for boosting their career. If you also want to join in, here is what you need to know about the local job market.

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Coloring Without Borders

5 years ago

Last year we moved from Raleigh, North Carolina to Glasgow, Scotland. Join us on our expat journey as we stretch our boundaries and color (or colour) a bit outside the lines while living and traveling abroad.

American Lex

6 years ago

American wife, Scottish life. Girl in her mid twenties living in Glasgow with her Scottish husband and their cat Fernando.

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An Aussie family in Glasgow

9 years ago

Our experience of living in Glasgow, particularly trying to discover a hidden city that strangers don't know.


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