Feel at Home in The Hague - The International Community Fair 2012


Head over to The Hague on September 16 to discover more about living the expat-life at the 2012 Feel at Home Fair.

The exposition will offer the international community valuable information on topics like housing, education, careers and social groups.This event is not only informative, but also serves as a chance to mingle with a few of the 60.000 other expats in the area.

This year, the Feel at Home Fair is again taking place in the atrium of The Hague’s City Hall. Not only is this event the perfect place to meet and greet the ever-growing international community, it's also a great chance to learn more about the ins-and-outs of living abroad.

With topics ranging from family activities, sports and health and to education, housing and careers, over 200 booths will offer advice and unique opportunities for expats and internationals of all ages.

The programme will kick off in the morning, with a young professionals brunch with special guest speakers. Later in the day, visitors can look forward to workshops and interactive activities. Kids and families will also be able to enjoy a wide range of special performances. In the afternoon, attendees are welcome to grab a drink, lounge and relax at the fair’s bar or head over to the food court for a bite to eat.

Whether you’re just beginning a new chapter abroad or already settled in, the Feel at Home Fair will have something for everyone who’s part of Holland’s diverse international community.

Sunday, September 16, 11am-5pm
Tickets are five euros each, for adults (children under 18 admitted for free with accompanying adult)
To view photos from last year's fair click here
For more information, click here

IamExpat will have its own stand at the fair. Feel free to stop by and say "Hello!"


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