Arnhem has an attractive geographical location in between Germany and the Amsterdam/Rotterdam conurbation, good infrastructure connections (ICE train station, Rhine river), an international school, and offers a great living environment.
Arnhem is the capital city of the province of Gelderland in the east of the Netherlands. It is a varied 'green' city, where people take pleasure in living, working and recreation. (You can find more information in the 'Live in Arnhem' section). It is also a dynamic economic centre in the prosperous, innovative and ambitious city region Arnhem Nijmegen.
Arnhem offers a rich cultural climate, an attractive city centre with many offices and public services, and is home to a number of well-known (inter)national companies.
New high-quality infrastructural projects further reinforce Arnhem's position as an attractive base for new, developing companies, both national and international. The newly designed railway station (under construction) with high speed train connections to Amsterdam and Frankfurt, the development of a World Trade Center, and a major city centre reconstruction project, called 'Rijnboog', are all prominent examples of high quality investment in Arnhem. As the services capital of the eastern Netherlands, Arnhem is centrally located in an economic region with a population of more than 700,000. This region is generally recognized as one of Europe's core economic areas with the highest growth capacity.