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Moving to Stuttgart

The capital of the Baden-Württemberg state is Stuttgart, and it is located in southern Germany. Stuttgart is ranked sixth as size in Germany and the Stuttgart Metropolitan Region is ranked fourth as size after the Rhine-Ruhr area, Berlin/Brandenburg and Frankfurt/Rhine-Main regions.

The city is at the centre of a highly dense populated area and it is encircled by smaller towns. The area is called Stuttgart Region and it reaches to a population of 2.7 million inhabitants. The urban area of Stuttgart can reach a 1.8 million of inhabitants there classifying as the seventh largest in Germany.

It is unusual for a German city to be like Stuttgart, which is spread across several hills, vineyard, parks and valleys. This always surprises visitors as Stuttgart is known as the “cradle of automobile” and its industrial reputation. Stuttgart is also a centre of authority in regards with the state legislature, the local council and the regional parliament.  Stuttgart is also the home of the Protestant State Church in Württemberg and in addition it is one of the two co-seats of the bishop of the Roman-Catholic Diocese of Rottenburg – Stuttgart.

The city has ranked thirtieth in 2010 in liveability rankings in the world and seventh in Germany. Stuttgart is well known for its economic and social innovations and was ranked 11th globally because of that and second in Germany, after Hamburg. In Europe the ranked is at seven in 2009 from a number of 256 cities in total.

Stuttgart is a highly sought after tourist attraction and its slogan is “Stuttgart offers more”. In 2008 Stuttgart revealed a new slogan based on the plan to improve transport links to the international infrastructure where it describes itself as the new heart of Europe. Regarding business ventures, Stuttgart best description offered was “Where business meets the future” and it is now targeted at foreign investors as “The creative power of Germany”.

By being nicknamed the Schwabenmetropole, Stuttgart makes a reference to the Swabian dialect spoken by native dwellers in the centre of Swabia where the city is now located. Because of heavy emigration due to economic reasons, a lot of newly born residents are of immigrant background.

When in Stuttgart, beside the economic and industrial facade it exposes, there is also the cultural side of the city.

The crossover point between the Shopping area of the city, Stuttgart two central castles, the Schlossgarten Park and residential areas and major museums in the south-west is the largest square in Stuttgart named Schlossplatz.  The shopping street named Königstraße is considered to be the longest pedestrianized street in Germany.

After the World War II, the damage that occurred on Stuttgart has been repaired and many historic buildings were reconstructed. Stuttgart has some amazing pieces of modern post-war architecture such as the Collegiate Church named Stiftskirche which has a Late Gothic Style on the exterior  mixed with a bit of Romanesque style and on the interior it has a combination of various styles including the Romanesque, Gothic and Modern styles. After the war it was reconstructed with a simplified interior.

There is also the Old Castle named Altes Schloss with parts that date back to 1320 and which adopts a Renaissance style; and the New Castle named Neues Schloss which was a mixture of Baroque/Classicism style and that was later reconstructed with modern interior.

In Stuttgart’s suburbs and beyond there are various castles that have significant importance, which are reminders of the city’s loyal past. Some of these are the Ludwigsburg Palace, the Castle Solitude, Castle Rosenstein and the Castle Hohenheim. If you have time on your hands it well worth in visiting these since they embrace different styles such as mixtures of Baroque with Rococo (Ludwigsburg Palace) or simply just Classical or Baroque Styles.

Other important building or institution you may find there are the Württemberg Mausoleum which shelters the remains of King William I of Württemberg and Catherine Pavlovna of Russia. Also pass by the Wilhelma zoo and Botanical Gardens.  The International style displayed by the Weissenhof Estate is worthy of a drive till there as it provides a sight to remember.

Stuttgart is also quite renowned for its vast cultural heritage such as its State Gallery and State Theatre and the city is even home to one of Germany’s most famous symphony orchestras named Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra mainly performs in the Liederhalle concert hall and has developed a distinctive sound known as the Stuttgart Sound.

The city also has not one, but two musical theatres in broadway-style, namely the Palladium and Apollo Theatre.

Stuttgart has a sport arena as well named Schleyerhalle which is regularly used to stage music concerts with major international stars.

There are several regular events that take place in Stuttgart and one of the most well-known one is the annual Volkfest and the Spring Festival. There is also the Spring Festival, The Lantern Festival and the Wine Village. These are just a few of the regular festivities held in Stuttgart.

Whether you want to admire the wonderful architecture, the green scenery everyday, play and have fun during festivals or you’re one of the hundreds of business associates that want to start a new life in Stuttgart, moving to Stuttgart is the best you can do for yourself and your family.

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Moving to Münster

Moving to Münster has never been easier!

In the North Rhine-Westphalia, in Germany, there is an independent city called Münster. The name Münster is derived from the Greek word meaning monastery. The city is said to be the cultural centre of Westphalia and is located in the northern part of the state. Münster is also the capital of Münsterland governmental region.  In this city took place the Anabaptist rebellion which was during the Protestant Reformation and also it is where the Treaty of Westphalia was signed in 1648, ending the Thirty Years’ War. In modern times, Münster is well-known as the bicycle capital of Germany.

Münster is considered a major city since 1915 because of the high number of people living in it. Now-a-days the number of people staying in Münster are around 270, 000 of which a lot are students.

When visiting Münster there are several well-known locations you must go to. One such location is St. Paul’s Cathedral which is built in mixture of late Romanesque and early Gothic styles and that was constructed in the early 13th century.  During World War II, the building was heavily damaged but was later fully restored. The building has an astronomical clock decorated with zodiac signs painted by hand and that reproduces the movements of the planet. The clock also plays a Glockenspiel tune every day at noon.

The main shopping street in the town’s centre, the Prinzipalmarkt is adorned with a Gothic style Town Hall built in the 14th century. This is where the Peace of Westphalia treaty was signed.

A more morbid history has the St. Lambert’s Church, built in 1375 and that has three cages suspended from its tower where corpses of Jan van Leiden and other leaders of the Münster Rebellion were displayed. These people used to promote polygamy and renunciation of all properties and were prosecuted for that.

Münster has a palace named the Schloss which as build in 1767 and was finished in 1787 and which used to be the occupied by the prince – bishops and that was designed by the Baroque architect Wilhelm Ferdinand Lipper and Johann Conrad Schlaun. The palace is now the administrative centre for the university.

When you have time you can also visit the Botanicher Garten Münster which was founded in 1803.

Used from the 18th century until the 20th as a prison, the fortress “Zwinger” was built in 1526. The fortress was also used by the Gestapo during the World War II as an execution ground.

During the signing of the Peace of Westphalia treaty, the old guild house named Krameramtshaus  which was built in 1589, housed the delegation that came from the Netherlands.

Strarting from 1743 and until 1749 Johann Conrad Schlaun built a country estate situated in Nienberge that should be visited by everyone.  He also built Erbdrostenhof in 1749 and it took until 1753 to finish the residence of Droste zu Vischering noble family. The Baroque palace was the birthplace of Blessed Mary of the Divine Heart.

There are many other places to visit and things to see that leave a deep impression on anyone willing to stop and contemplate them. From modern building and high-rise building to old churches constructed in the Baroque style, there is something for everyone. Even the Westphalia State Museum  of Art and Cultural History is rather well known for its vast and valuable collections   along with other such institutions, for example Westphalia Horse Museum or the Mühlenhof open-air museum and even Pablo Picasso Museum of Graphic Art which is the only museum that’s devoted entirely to the graphic works of Pablo Picasso.

Whether you’re in Münster to study, or just visiting or you plainly like all the history the city exudes if you fall in love with the town you might as well just move to Münster. But don’t worry about the whole hassle of moving, because we are here to help.

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Moving to Regensburg

Feel the history, move to Regensburg!

Located at the confluence of the Regen and Danube rivers in Bavaria, Germany there is a city called Regensburg. The city is also historically called Retisbon and comes from the Latin Castra Regina. It is located in one of the most northern points of the Danube and in the east of the city is the Bavarian Forest.

Regensburg is the capital of the administrative region Upper Palatinate in Bavaria and its large medieval centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

When visiting Regensburg there are some locations where you definitely have to go for you to be able to properly and fully feel the charm of this city and what it offers. One of such places and maybe the most important one is the Dom. The Dom is a grand Cathedral built in a purely Gothic style and it represents the main work of the Gothic architecture in Bavaria. The main building was founded in 1275 and then later completed in 1634. Later on, around the year 1869 towers were added to the cathedral.  Numerous captivating monuments can be found inside the Dom inclusive of one of Peter Vischer’s masterpieces. Nearby the cloisters there are two other chapels that date back even further than the cathedral itself. One of the Chapels is even said to date back to the 8th century.  The liturgical music at the St. Peter Cathedral is a famous choir named Regensburger Domspatzen.

Another worthy location to visit when you’re there is the stone bridge. The bridge was built starting from the year 1135 and continued until 1146 and even today it is considered as a highlight of medieval bridge building. It was used to cross the Danube River by knight of the second and third crusade, who were on their way to the Holy Land. There are even vestiges of the Roman fortress’ walls which include the Porta Praetoria.

Another beautiful view is offered by the Church of St. James which is also known under the name of Schottenkirche. The church derives its name from the monastery of Irish Benedictines to which it was connected, and its structure is a Romanesque basilica from the 12th century. The Church is located next to the Jakobstor which a medieval city gate and its main doorway is adorned with some unique grotesque carvings that can take your breath away.

During the 13th century, the Transition style was used to build the old parish church of St. Ulrich. The church still houses the diocesan museum which displays rather captivating religious art pieces. The church also has a valuable antiquarian collection.

The church of Obermünster dates back to the 1010 and it is represented by a Romanesque basilica style.  In the 13th century, the church of St. Emmeram was built, which is known to be one of the few German churches that has a bell tower detached from the building. The breathtaking cloisters which were once the ancient abbey are still being preserved quite well, considering the abbey is one of the oldest in Germany.  The conventual buildings were later on converted into a palace around the year 1809. The palace was for the use of prince of Thurn and Taxis which was a hereditary postmaster-general of the Holy Roman Empire.

Also, near the Regensburg Cathedral, in 1610 the Adler-Apotheke was founded which is one of the oldest Pharmacies in Regensburg. It is adorned with ancient interior and historical vessels even to this day.

Back in the days, wealthy patrician families made it a contest among themselves to see who could build the highest tower in the city, and as a result the Goldener Turm was built in 1260 on Wahlenstraße.

Other interesting places to visit while in the city are the Town Hall which still contains the rooms used by the Imperial diet from 1663 to 1806, also the Gasthof zum Goldenen Kreuz has an historic interest because that is where Charles V first meet Barbara Blomberg which was the mother of Don John of Austria.

There is also the villa built in Gothic style on the banks of Danube River, and which is considered to be one of the most pleasant modern buildings in Regensburg and which was used by the king of Bavaria.

There are some note-worthy public institutions such as the public library, the botanical garden, the picture gallery and even the institute for the production of stained glass. The city also has an Episcopal clerical seminary, the University of Regensburg and a school of church music. On the university campus there is the Botanischer Garten der Universität Regensburg which is a modern botanical garden. There are also several other smaller botanical gardens in the municipal park Herzogspark.

Ludwig I of Bavaria built two grand Classical buildings near Regensburg as monuments for the German patriotism and greatness. One of the two is an expensive reproduction of the Partheon, built to serve as a Teutonic temple of fame and it is called Walhalla. The building stands on a hill uphill from the Danube River at Donaustauf. Its interior stands out because of its gilding, coloured marble and sculptures. It even contains the busts of Germanic worthies hundreds in number or even more. The other building built by king Ludwig I of Bavaria is the Befreiungshalle located at Kelheim above Regensburg. The building is large and circular and the purpose it serves is to glorify the heroes of the 1813 War of Liberation.

Many passed through the city and Regensburg flourished under the firm hand of historic events leading to a highly interesting place to spend your time at. If you’ve ever visited Regensburg you would know that the charm it exudes makes you unwilling to part. And now you don’t have to, because we are here to help you properly move to Regensburg.

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Moving to Leipzig

Ever heard of Leipzig?

The federal state of Saxony in Germany is called Leipzig.  The city is located at about 150km in the South from Berlin and is at the conflux of the rivers Parthe, Pleisse and White Elster at the North German Plain ending in the South.

Leipzig is known to be a trade city since the Holy Roman Empire and it’s situated at the intersection of two major medieval trade routes, mainly Via Imperii and Via Regia. A while ago, Leipzig was a major European centre for learning and cultures in various filed such as publishing and music, but all that changed in World War II. Afterwards the city became an important centre of the German Democratic Republic in East Germany and the economic and cultural aspects of Leipzig gradually degraded.

Through the events that came about in and around St. Nicholas Church, the city helped to instigate the fall of communism in Eastern Europe and since then, after the reunification of Germany, Leipzig began reconstructing some historical building and demolishing others while undergoing significant change and developing a modern transport infrastructure.

Leipzig is now known as an economic centre of Germany and it has one of the most modern zoos in Europe and an opera house. The city was even included in the ranking of the world’s most liveable cities and in addition Leipzig also ranked in the top 10 of cities to visit.

Regarding the styles use in Leipzig you can mainly find a renaissance style embedded deeply within the historic downtown in the ensemble of buildings from the 16th century, for example the City Hall has such architectural style.  Another style you can find in Leipzig is the baroque style in several trading houses and former residences which were occupied by rich merchants.  Because of the outburst of evolution the town has seen in the 19th century, Leipzig has many buildings that were build in the historicist style, even the new city hall was done in that style in 1905.

During the Communist rule in East Germany, many apartments were built in Platternbau buildings.  Meaning the apartments were built in buildings constructed of large, prefabricated concrete slabs. Although many were demolished there are still many of the Leipzig’s population that lives there.

In 1968 St. Paul’s Church was demolished to make way for a new building for the university. A new mainly secular building was established at the same location after some debate, named Paulinum that was finished in 2012 and which architecture alludes to the style and look of the church that stood there before. The Paulinum also includes a room which is used as a religious sanctuary.

As a result of tax breaks in the 1990’s, many commercial buildings were constructed.

When visiting Leipzig, there are some important sights that you need to go too, such as St. Thomas Church, where Johann Sebastian Bach worked as a cantor and which is home to the renowned Thomanechor boys choir.  Another important location to visit is the monument to Felix Mendelssohn that is located in the front of the church and which was rebuilt in 2008. Another church that Bach was responsible for was St. Nicholas Church and that is also the church which helped to instigate the fall of communism. The weekly Monday prayer held at this church was the starting point of the Monday demonstration against the regime.

There is also one of the largest monuments in Europe that you could visit, namely the Battle of Nations Monument, built as remained of the battle that was won against Napoleonic troops.

If you’re a music lover you must know that in Leipzig is the Gewandgaus which is home to the famous Gewandhaus Orchestra.

Also you must remember to pass by the Old City Hall which houses a museum describing the city’s history and the New City Hall which was build upon the vestiges of the Pleinssenburg castle.

Leipzig also has a building pertaining to the top 20 tallest buildings in Germany, namely the City-Hochhaus Leipzig which was built in 1972.

A venue from a famous play by Goethe, namely Faust, is inspired by the basement-level restaurant called Auerbach’s Cellar and where Goethe as a young boy ate and drank while studying in Leipzig.

Leipzig also has the oldest botanical garden in Germany called simply Leipzig Botanical Garden.

Among all these wonderful location where you can visit, there are also some outstanding institutions such as the Leipzig Zoological Garden which has the world’s largest zoological facility for primates; the opera house and Leipzig’s international trade fair centre. The later is home to the largest levitated glass hall in the world.

So as you can see the city of Leipzig is vastly coloured with history, architecture and culture and can become a perfect place to spend your time. So don’t waste any more and move to Leipzig. We can help you accomplish your dream.

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Moving to Heidelberg

Fully enjoy yourself in Heidelberg!

Heidelberg is located in south-west Germany and is the fifth largest city in the State of Baden- Württemberg. It is also part of the Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region which is highly populated. The city is situated in a steep valley in the Odenwald, on the Neckar River.
The Electorate of the Palatinate had its residence in Heidelberg and also there is a well known university, the Heidelberg University. Heidelberg has a romantic cityscape which makes it popular to the tourists.  The picturesque landscape includes the Heidelberg Castle and the Old Town which exposes a beautiful baroque style.
The Old Town is located on the South bank of the river and stretches on a long a narrow way.
The main street of the town is called Hauptstrasse and it runs the length of the old town, a mile-long pedestrian street.
There also is a stone bridge build around 1786 and that has an old medieval bridge gate on the side of the old town. That gate was originally part of the town wall. Furthermore, baroque tower helmets were constructed as part of the bridge.
In the marketplace of the bridge there is a late Gothic style church named the Church of the Holy Spirit.
Another wonderful sight you can visit if you’re ever there is Karl’s gate also known as Karlstor that is a triumphal arch located at Heidelberg east side and that was built in honour of Prince Elector Karl Theodor.
One of the few buildings to survive the War of Succession stands across the Church of the Holy Spirit and is called Knight St. George. The style the house expresses is that of late Renaissance and its name came to be as a response to the statue at the top.
There is a 16th century building on the River Neckar, which now serves as a cafeteria for the students and is known as The Marstall. The building served several purposes throughout the history of the town.
The Heidelberg Castle dominates the Old Town and it is built in a mixture of styles from Reinaissence to Gothic.  The first building built in the inner courtyard was a royal residence and was divided into a ground floor made of stone and at the upper levels framework. It’s named after its founder Prince Elector Ruprecht III. Opposite of the Ruprecht Building is the Fountain Hall. The hall’s columns are said to have been brought by Prince Elector Philipp from a decayed palace of Charlemagne from Ingelheim.
In the 16th and 17th century two more palace buildings were added and the Prince Electors turned the fortress into a castle.
During the rule of Ottheinrich and Friedrich IV, two more dominant building were constructed on the eastern and northern side of the courtyard.  During Friedrich V the “English Building” was constructed which is the main building on the west side.
During the Thirty Years’ War and the Palatine War of Succession, the castle and it’s garden have been destroyed more than once, and even though rebuilding it was started, after lightning struck the plans to restore it were abandoned. In 1800 Count Charles de Graimberg began preservation of the castle.
Although Heidelberg Castle shows an interior in Gothic styles, the well-known King’s Hall wasn’t built until 1934. The hall is now used for various festivities such as balls and theatre performances.
The park that surrounds the Heidelberg Castle is where a famous poet named Johann von Goethe once wandered.
Other sight worth seeing are the Philosophers’ Walk which runs on the sire of Saints’ Mountain; Heidelberg churches such as The Church of Holy Spirit, the Catholic Church of the Jesuit and the oldest church in Heidelberg, namely St. Peter’s church build sometime during the 12th century.
In Heidelberg there are several note-worthy events such as the Ball der Vampire, Heidelberg Spring, Frühlingsmesse on the Messeplatz where fireworks will be set off and the bridge and castle will ne illuminated. Also in September, the Old Town Autumn Festival takes place. There you can find a flea market, an arts and crafts market, a Medieval Marker and music ranging from Samba to Rock.
There is also a jazz festival and the Heidelberger Theatre Days and let’s not forget the International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg in November.
There are many reasons why one would want to move to Heidelberg so don’t hesitate, trust your heart and join the wonderful city called Heidelberg. We can help you.

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Moving to Hannover

See what moving to Hannover (Hanover) can offer!

The capital city of the federal state of Lower Saxony in Germany is called Hannover.  The city was the principal residence of the Hannoverian Kings of Great Britain, under their title of dukes of Brunswick-Lüneburg and it was later enlarged to become the capital of the Kingdom of Hannover. Hannover was also the capital of the administrative area known as Hannover Region and since 2001 it has become part of the Hannover district.

Hannover is now a major centre in northern Germany and is famous because of the annually trade fairs that are hosted there, such as CeBIT and the Hannover Fair and also for hosting the second most largest Ocktoberfest in the world named Oktoberfest Hannover. It also host the world largest marksmen festival Schützenfest Hannover and in 2000 it hosted the world fair Expo 2000.

The largest fairground in the world is at Hannover and the city has a national importance due to its universities, medical school, its big zoo and an international airport. Hannover is an important crossing point of railway lines and highways; therefore it plays a major role in connecting European main lines in East-West and also in North-South direction.

When visiting Hannover, one of the most renowned sigh is the Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen.  The palace was destroyed and is currently under reconstruction while the Great Garden displays an exquisite baroque style, being one of the most important European gardens in this style.  While visiting there, some other note worthy sights are the Grotto, designed by Niki de Saint-Phalle which was a French artist, the Orangerie, the Gallery Building and the two pavilions. At the centre of the Nouveau Jardin , in the Great Garden, stands Europe’s highest garden fountain. Another important part of the Great Garden is the Great Ground, which is one of the most popular places in the garden alongside the Nouveau Jardin.

Other beautiful and famous places to visit are the Berggarden which is an important European botanical garden which also has the first tropical aquarium in Germany, named the Sea Life Centre Hannover; and the English landscape garden the Georgengarden which has the Leibniz Temple and the Georgen Palace.

The New Town Hall is the landmark of Hannover. There is an observation deck which you can reach by a worldwide unique diagonal/arch elevator. Also in the New Town Hall you can find four scale models of the city.

Hannover has one of the most spectacular zoos in Europe, called the Hannover Zoo, which received the Park Scout Award in 2009/10 for the fourth year running and is considered one of the best zoos in Germany. The zoo has several themed areas such as Meyers Farm, Gorilla-Mountain, Jungle Palace, Sambesi and Mullewapp. There are also some smaller areas such as Australia, the allegedly swimming area with various seabirds and the wooded area for wolves. You can also find there a jungle house, a tropical house and a show arena. In 2010, the Yukon Bay area opened presenting a Canadian theme.

There are many more interesting places to visit such as the Old Town with its Market Church, the Waterloo Column, the Hannover Playhouse, the Cupola Hall of the Congress Centre, the Garten Church and also specially designed Bus stops and the Maschsee Lake and the city forest named Eilenriede which is among the largest in Europe.

One of the most famous places to go in Hannover is the fairgrounds. Some of the sights on the fairground are the EXPO Roof which is the largest wooden roof in the world and the Hermes tower measuring up to 88.8m height.

Regarding regular events, the city host one of the largest Spring Festivals in Europe, the Ocktoberfest; the Maschsee Festival that occurs around the Maschsee Lake and the Great Garden is becomes the home of the International Fireworks Competition and the International Festival Weeks Harrenhause every year.

There are also many more festivals that you mustn’t lose such as the Autumn Festival, the Harley Days and the Steintor Festival. For you to properly enjoy all that Hannover has to offer a good idea is to move there. To do that European Removal Experts can help.

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Removals to FREIBURG-IM-BREISGAU- Removals to Germany from UK

Moving to Freiburg im Breisgau

Move to Freiburg im Breisgau!

Freiburg im Breisgau is located in the Baden-Württemberg in Germany. Baden-Württemberg is one of the 16 states of Germany and is situated in the southwestern part of Germany. Freiburg is one of the old German university towns; it is well known for its medieval ministry and university. It has advanced environmental practices and it is considered a green town as well as a high standard of living. Freiburg is the primary entrance point for admiring the Black Forest and it is located in a major wine-growing region.
Freiburg is famous for its beautiful scenery and its climate, which is relatively warm and sunny. The easy access if offers to the Black Forest give the town a steady income of tourists therefore helping it leave its mark on the map.
The city also has the longest cable car run in Germany, which goes from Günterstal to the mountain Schauinsland that is nearby.
One of the characteristics of the city is the gutters system, named Bächle, which stretches throughout the center and that used to provide water for extinguishing fires and feeding livestock. The water in these gutters is constantly being diverted from the Dreisam, which empties into the Elz. In the Middle Ages, using these Bächle as sewage was punishable. The water running through these now cools off the atmosphere in the city and its calming sound makes for a pleasant and calming atmosphere.
When visiting the old city, a rather famous place to go to is the Augustinerplatz, which is one of the central squares there. In the past there was an Augustian monastery there, that was remodeled in the Augustiner Museum in 1921 and is now a vastly popular social space where Freiburg’s young resident gather. There are several restaurants and bars and a well-known brewery that hundreds of students frequent named “Feierling”.
The Münsterplatz is located at the centre of the old city. Münsterplatz can be translated as Cathedral Square and it is the largest square in Freiburg. In this place, every day except on Sunday, farmers markets are held. Also here is located Freiburg’s Münster which is a red sandstone gothic minster cathedral which was build in the year 1200 and 1530 and that has an amazing towering spire which is what made it famous.
Other places you should visit if you ever get a chance are the Historical Merchants Hall on the south side of Freiburg’s Münsterplatz that displays a Late Gothic style capable of making you wonder at it for hours and that is decorated with the coat of arms and statues of four different Habsburg emperors. Then there is the old city hall, the Altes Rathaus completed in 1559 and the Platz der alten Synagoge meaning the Old Synagogue Square, on the outskirts of the historic old city.
For an breathtaking overview of the city and it’s sorounding region, head over to the east of the city centre, at the Schlossberg hill. You can go there by using the Schlossbergbahn funicular railway that connects the city centre and the hill.
Many choose to move to Freiburg because of its long history as a centre of research and academia and to try to step on the footprints of numerous Nobel Laureates and intellectual figures that lived there. The city is the home of a renowned university in Germany and also one of the oldest, as well as its medical centre. The Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg has nurtured great, important figures such as Friedrich Hayek, Max Weber, Johann Eck and Martin Heidegger and it is considered as one of the top when it comes to research and teaching in Europe.
There are also other educational institutes that one can choose from such as the Freiburg Music Academy, the Freiburg University of Education, the International University of Cooperative Education IUCE and others just as important to our evolution.
There are many other sites to visit and knowledge to acquire during a trip there, and many of the visitors decide to stay and slowly take everything in. If you want to move we can help.

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Removals to Frankfurt- Removals to Germany from UK

Moving to Frankfurt am Main

Thought about moving to Frankfurt am Main?

Frankfurt on the Main is ranked fifth largest city in Germany and first in the state of Hessen. Frankfurt is the centre of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region that is the second largest metropolitan region in Germany.

The city is the largest financial centre in Europe and it is the transport and financial centre of Germany for some time now. There are some famous banks in Frankfurt, which helped to establish the city, such as the German Federal Bank, the European Central Bank, the Frankfurt Trade Fair and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange together with other large commercial banks.

The city’s airport is the busiest international airport in the world and the Frankfurt Central Station is one of the largest terminal stations in Europe. In addition to this, the world’s largest internet traffic exchange point is at Frankfurt’s DE-CIX.

Frankfurt is considered a global city, ranked 10th and 11th among financial centres because of the international influence it represents in finance, commerce, culture, education, tourism and transport. It was also ranked seventh in the world for the quality of living.

There are three major supports to Frankfurt’s success. These are finance, trade fairs and cars.

As most people know, Frankfurt’s is the home of some major brokerages and banks such as Frankfurt’s Stock Exchange that is one of the largest and most important in the world. The European Central Bank is the one that sets monetary policy for the Eurozone and many other major influences in the economic sector.

The city also has an amazingly good transport infrastructure that being the famous airport and the Autobahn interchange motorway named Frankfurter Kreuz, which is heavily used in Europe. Adding to that, Frankfurt has three major railway stations that are used for high-speed ICE trains. These are Frankfurt South station, Frankfurt Central station and Frankfurt Airport long-distance station.

The trade fair in Frankfurt is the third largest in the world and is used for many of the important trade fairs held every year there. Examples are worldwide known events such as the Frankfurt Book Fair for the book enthusiasts, the Musikmesse that is the world’s biggest music fair and the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Frankfurt also has a vast cultural and educational experience, being the home of many such institutions. An example would be the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences or the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University but also plenty of wonderful museums and two major botanical gardens.

Another characteristic of Frankfurt is the multitude of skyscrapers in the city’s centre, putting the city on the same list as London, Milan, Madrid and others that have such a skyline. Because of these, Germans sometimes call Frankfurt Mainhattan.

If you’re ever in need of a new job there is a good chance you will find one that suits you in Frankfurt. The city’s concentration of jobs is the highest in Germany. However, to be able to work in Frankfurt you need to live in it or in the close vicinity. Luckily, as Frankfurt is the richest city in Europe, you can expect the quality of life to be high as well. Frankfurt was actually ranked as fourth most liveable city in the world and many of its inhabitants are highly satisfied with living there.

Also because of the richness the town has, there are many in Frankfurt who own their own homes. The city actually has the highest density of homeowners in Germany, partly because a quarter of the population are foreigners.

So if you life living in a busy town where there are always new people to meet and things to see, Frankfurt might just be for you.

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Removals to Dresden- Removals to Germany from UK

Moving to Dresden

Discover the wonderful city Dresden.

Dresden is located in a valley on the Elbe River. The Dresden urban sprawl is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. Dresden was used as the residence for the electors and King of Saxon over its long history as a capital and was known as the Jewel Box because of its city centre comprised of rococo and baroque style. It is a wonderful city to visit for its cultural and artistic magnificence. During the years, historic changes took place and after the restoration of some of the historic inner city, Dresden became once again an important centre of Germany and Europe in regard with education, culture, politics and economics.

Dresden districts differ in appearance and structure and the city is known to be roomy and vast. Some of the quarters are trying to keep their rural settings while other still have an old village heart. Some of the things that characterize the urban areas are the scattered housing from the former suburbs and the historic city outskirts that were build around the 18 century. Dresden is now divided into ten districts but it still keeps another nine former boroughs that have been integrated.

Dresden is composed of many city quarters and a domineering part of these is the multiple historic dwelling units. Part of the cities many quarters you will often find many large villas that stand out. The most famous of the historic dwelling units are Pillnitz, Blasewitz and Loschwitz.

Dresden is ranked as the tenth fastest growing cities in Germany thanks to a stabilized economy and re-urbanisation, same as Munich and Potsdam.

The city is home to some important art collections and it’s striving to regain its cultural importance it held before. It still contains some world famous musical ensemble and it rebuilt many significant building from different architectural periods.

When searching for a way to spend time in Dresden you can always opt for going to one of the smaller theatres run by the Dresden State Theatre or maybe drop by the Semperoper of the Saxon State Opera or the concert hall of the Saxon State Orchestra. Dresden even has its own Dresden Philarmonic Orchestra that was founded in 1970.

During the summer, you can participate in the outdoor concert series held in Zwingerdof, named Zwingerkonzerte und Mehr or visit the yearly cultural festival celebrated in June named Bunte Republik Neustadt.

The Dresden Art Colection is hosted by the city and it’s comprised of twelve museums, such as the Green Vault and the Old Masters Gallery. Art enthusiasts can also visit the New Masters Gallery, the Museum of ethnology and the Armoury.

The city also runs the Dresden City Museum that centres on the city’s history and it prides itself with the famous Dresden Codex that is displayed at the museum of Saxon State Library.

The variety of styles that can be found is Dresden can be overwhelming and the best example for this is the Dresden Castle which, after being  restored and added to so many times, it offers a unique view because of the elements that belong to the Classicist, Baroque and Renaissance style.

There is also the Zwinger Palace that stands across from the Dresden Castle which was transformed to a royal art collection centre and a location where festivals could take place.  It’s most famous feature is the gate by the fosse which on top has a golden crown.

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Removals to Cologne- Removals to Germany from UK

Moving to Cologne

Cologne ranks fourth as size in Germany and first in the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Area. The city is located on both sides of the river Rhine and is the home of one of the oldest and biggest universities in Europe. Cologne is also renowned for its famous Cologne Cathedral Dom where the Catholic Archbishop of Cologne resides.

After withstanding several bombings in World War II, Cologne rebuilt many historic buildings which end result was a mixed and unique cityscape.

The city is home to hundreds of galleries and around 30 museums, which together with its vibrant art scene it became a major cultural center of the Rhineland. The international trade fair and exhibition center named Koelnmesse regularly hosts trade shows such as Gamescom, the Photokina, imm Cologne and Art Cologne and it is the largest trade fair organizer in Germany.

Cologne is divided in 9 districts and each has its own city parts. The districts are Innenstadt, Rodenkirchen, Lindenthal, Ehrenfeld, Nippes, Chorweiler, Porz, Kalk and Mülheim. The city parts together are 85 in number.

In terms of occupants, Cologne ranks as fourth in Germany and is the centre of the Cologne/Bonn Region including neighboring cities of Bonn, Bergisch, Leverkusen and Hürth rising to a grand number of 3 million inhabitants.

From all the population in Cologne, around 17% of the population is non-German. Of these, the largest numbers of non-German inhabitants are Turks followed by Asians and then Africans along with other mixed nationalities.

When visiting Cologne, some of the important landmarks that are worth seeing are the Cologne Cathedral, which is a gothic church that was chosen as a World Heritage site. In here, you will find the Shrine of the Tree Kings, which is rumored to hold relics of the Three Magi. Then there are the Twelve Romanesque churches, a wonderful example of medieval architecture for churches.

For an imposing view go view the Cologne City Hall and look at the Renaissance style loggia and tower added later in the 15th century. The Cologne City Hall is the oldest City Hall still in use in Germany dating back from the 12th century.

In Cologne history there were 12 medieval city gates standing but after so much time that has passé only three are left today, the Hahnentor located at Rudolfplatz, the Eigelsteintorburg at Ebertplatz and the Severinstorburg that stands at Chlodwigplatz.

Cologne also has several famous museums such as the Museum Ludwig which is home of important modern art collections some unrivaled even by museums at Barcelona or Paris, or the Roman-Germanic Museum which offers architectural art from the city’s past.

Also you can find several orchestras active in the city, for example the Gürzenich Orchestra that has its base at the Cologne Philharmonic Orchestra Building.

For a fun nigh out you can visit the many clubs around Rudolfplatz and Hohenzollernring.

There is an annual literary festival Lit. Cologne, where both international and regional authors gather.

Other well-known products of Cologne are its beer called Kölsch which is the name of the local dialect and also the famous Eau of Cologne which is a perfume made by Johann Maria Farina around the 18th century.

On 11th of November the biggest street carnival in Europe officially starts and it continues until Ash Wednesday. Lots of visitors appear during this time and the pubs are full with costumed people drinking and dancing in the street. This is one of the most busiest time for Cologne as it attracts a multitude of visitors ready to have fun.

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