The second largest city in Brabrant has gone underneath the expat radar for many years, but is starting to attract international attention the city of tilburg is one of the largest in the netherlands and is best known for its annual funfair and textile museum. Tilburg apartments for rent for expats are usually located very centrally, located nearby the main centers for business and industry. Tilburg apartments for rent are much cheaper than apartments in places like Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The lack of popularity of Tilburg works to expats advantage here as prices have not risen too steeply too quickly. Expats with families will be pleased to know that the city can accommodate large families, it has good schools in the area, is very safe and has many townhouse suitable for family life.
Apartments in Tilburg are usually in very good condition and are suitably sized, depending on the number of rooms. In order to live cheaply, single expats should consider looking for a room to rent in Tilburg, this will save a lot of money in monthly rent.
Tilburg is a fairly small city, and may not be the first choice of University for many international students. The fact that the city is compact and not very large in size works in students favour as a large student population in a small town means great nightlife and easy access between the University and the accommodation areas. The University of Tilburg does not own any property or accommodation but has a specialist housing office designed to help international and local students with their housing in Tilburg. Student housing in Tilburg is run by private landlords in association with the University. Apartments are shared by three or four students and the rent is split between each tenant, saving students money in comparison to renting an entire apartment by themselves.