Are you struggling to find a circle of like minded friends, now that you have moved to the Netherlands? Try connecting with fellow expats at one of Holland’s many international clubs! Of course, it is so important to befriend your Dutch neighbors and colleagues. However, this takes time when you do not speak the same language, and they might not be able to relate to your experience as a Netherlands newbie. Meeting others, who know exactly what it’s like to be an outsider in a new country, can really help you to settle in. Below is a detailed list of the international social clubs you could become a part of in Holland.

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