Tag: Getting around

Internships

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As an EU-citizen, you are eligible for “free movement” and “equal treatment“. Still, finding an internship across borders is more of a challenge, but also more of an opportunity and adventure. European Voluntary Service From two months upto one year – thousands of opportunities in multiple languages, with full imbursement Support within the Euregio Meuse-Rhine […] » more

Museums

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With all its (historic) cities and places dating back to even Roman times, youRegion features some spectacular museums. Most spectacularly, it is easy to visit all of them with combitickets and special discounts. For 25 euros, you can get the “Auf ins Museum!” combination ticket, which gives you admission to 26 museums in the Euregio […] » more

Gastronomy

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The parts of the Eurgio Meuse-Rhine are united by good food and beverages, and famous for their chocolates, printed ginger breads and exquisite beers, all summarised in the Euregio “GastroGuide“. But also for everyday life, the close proximity of different cuisines enriches a tasteful life. The supermarkets in Belgium and the Netherlands enrich the kitchens […] » more

Public transport

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There are more than two dozens (!) of cross-border trains and buses within the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. In the cities Aachen, Maastricht, Liège, and Eupen, you find busses, trains, and ticketing machines from two or even three countries. This website is a unique overview on all connections, so best filter for the cities you are interested […] » more

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The Dual Career Services in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine offers family-friendly assistance and supports the (highly) qualified partners of new employees in finding a job and provides practical help with settling into new surroundings. Below, you can find some hints on living and working across the borders of the Euregio Meuse-Rhine with children. By networking, offering […] » more

Leisure & free time

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Free time is the aspect of life without borders in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. From Europe’s largest indoor-skiing centre, cycling through water or trees to stunning, fully re-shaped landscapes, everyday life can be an adventure. Gastronomy, shopping, public transport, and especially languages bring so much diversity to a relatively small area. Guide to spend your free […] » more

Living

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What to do and where to do Living in the Euregio, the diversity among national borders spices up your everyday life. In leisure & free time, it brings the feeling of holiday close to home, a “vacation in the heart of europe“. Language learning can further spicen your life in this border-region, and good information […] » more

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