New City Guide Released: Belgrade or The White City
Move One's introduction to life in the Serbian capital, part of the newly completed Belgrade City Guide.
For many international assignees, getting an accurate idea of what to expect before relocating to the Serbian capital is essential, both in making the final decision to move, and also to make the transition into their new life a little easier.
To continuously expand the City Guides™ series, this time, Move One focuses on expatriate life in Belgrade; not only visually, but by interviewing assignees already living in the city, allowing for a different perspective from their local knowledge.
The below video, for instance, titled ‘Living in Belgrade – History and Culture’ helps expats get a better idea of life in this thriving Eastern European capital. It not only gives an overview of its history and cultural sights, but also offers on-the-ground insights into the city’s daily life and its distinct features.
Spreading over the banks of both the Sava and Danube rivers, the city has also become famous for its incessant nightlife and charming restaurants, serving a full array of hearty Serbian dishes.
Arguably not the most attractive city, Belgrade is nonetheless a fascinating place to discover, filled with character, passion and finesse.
About Move One City Guides™
Move One City Guides™ is a multiple award-winning set of virtual mini documentaries with very useful information for the relocating expatriate. It covers topics such as expat health care, transport, housing, language and international schools, to name a few.
Accompanied by useful internet resources, the City Guides™ allow international assignees to explore what life is like in a different city without physically being there.
‘Living in Belgrade – History and Culture’ is only one part of Move One’s Belgrade City Guide™, so do explore all the other videos now available.
Currently, Move One has the following cities live online: Belgrade, Bucharest, Bratislava, Budapest, Moscow, Prague, Shanghai and Warsaw. Additional guides will be launched for Abu Dhabi, Almaty, Astana, Dubai, Kiev, Krakow, Kuwait City, St. Petersburg and Zagreb before the end of the year.
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