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Europe Remove Offer Discounted Removals From South Of France And Spain

Europe Remove, a London-based removals company serving clients moving to France, Spain and across the EU for domestic, business and educational purposes, are now offering great discounts on trips coming to the UK from the South of France and Spain.

In conjunction with undertaking removals projects for clients moving to France or Spain, Europe Remove also specialise in transferring clients’ goods from these destinations and back to the UK. A service such as this is designed with corporations in mind, as it is these kinds of projects which often require regular transportation not only to France or Spain, but the UK from these countries.

It is for this purpose that Europe Remove are offering considerable discounts on such trips. Trips from France to the UK are heavily discounted at up to 50% off the original price, and include van removal sizes of up to 16 cubic metres. Along with Europe Remove’s guarantee of keeping to any pre-agreed time-frame requirements, clients using their service can be assured of receiving efficient door-to-door deliveries for exceptional value for money.

“At Europe Remove, we keep updated on the latest needs of clients using our services – whether it’s for a family moving to Spain, or a business requiring removals from France to the UK,” comments Christian Popovici of Europe Remove. “The Discounted Trips section of our website is regularly updated with the details of trips going in and out of the UK, and reflect what we identify as certain trips that our clients are using most often. This is simply so that clients can benefit from their dedicated use of our company and receive the discounts that we feel they deserve.”

Some Advice if You are Moving to France

If you are in the process of moving to France or moving to Germany, you will already have planned out exactly what you will need to do before the big day when you leave these shores. This plan will include all the logistics of the move, such as booking a professional company who will ensure that all your belongings and furniture are taken care of while they are being transported in the lorry. Once you have taken care of the transport side of things, try and keep a level head about the move itself.

It’s so easy to get carried away with the excitement of moving to France, but try and temper this with some hard headed thinking about what the move will entail. If you are moving to an area where you have spent holidays, try and visit that location at a different time of year. As an example, that beautiful village where you have spent two weeks every year for the last decade.

Will it be as enticing in January when the roads are blocked with snow and you find it difficult to get around?

The same applies to the home you will live in when you are moving to France or moving to Germany. Unless you have a sound understanding of the French or German legal system – or you are getting good advice from an English speaking lawyer – it may be a good idea to rent a property. This will give you a chance to get to know the property market before committing yourself to a major purchase.

You’ll be on a Roll with a Swiss Job

It’s easy to see why Switzerland is an attractive proposition for anyone who is looking for a job abroad. The Swiss have a high standard of living, and as they are not a member of the European Union, they are free from many of the restrictions imposed by Brussells on member states. But before you rush into it and start the process of moving to Switzerland, there are some things you should be aware of.

Moving abroad to start a new life throws up many obstacles, whether you are moving to France or moving to Germany or any other country for that matter, and it would be in your best interests to find out as much as you can about the country before you attempt to move there. First of all you need to consider the language. Although English is widely spoken in Switzerland, the main languages are French, German and Italian, so if you are proficient in one or more of these tongues, your chances of securing a job will be increased.

If you are intent on moving to Switzerland, you have probably read the official line which suggests that it is difficult to find a job there. If so, you can relax a little because the reality tends to be a little different from the official Government line.

One of the major bonuses if you do manage to find a job is that Swiss law dictates that foreign workers must receive the same conditions and salary as their own citizens!

Moving to Europe

They say that the world is your oyster. However, it can sometimes be easy to forget that when you live on an island such as we do in Britain. Travelling places out of our own country involves a full scale mission, be that flying or sailing and it is easy for us to forget that the world is actually surprisingly small.

One of the benefits of heading abroad and moving to France or even moving to Germany is that suddenly the world opens up to you once more, and you realise that travelling or even moving to another country suddenly becomes as easy as hopping in your car and just heading off.

If you are moving to France from Britain, there is a lot of groundwork you need to do and a lot of motions that you need to go through, just the kind of thing that Europe Remove specialises in. However, you don’t have to decide for sure that moving to Germany, for instance, is the very best idea for you, as once you are over there, moving around suddenly becomes a very simple task.

Having a base in a country on the continent gives you a great way to travel around and see as much of Europe as you can, and if you feel there is a better country out there than the one you have chosen, moving on will not only be easy, but also exciting.

So when you have made up your mind that you want to head overseas, make sure you put thought into the decision, but just remember that it will be extremely easy to move on should you find you wish to.

Reasons to Move Abroad

There probably aren’t many people these days who at some point in their lives haven’t considered packing up and moving on, branching out and settling down in another country. And in fairness, who could blame them. Our summers seem to get shorter every year and the rest if the time we have to settle with a mixture of cold, rain and cold rain.

But our terrible weather is not the only reason why more and more people are not just considering heading off to brighter skies, but actually putting those thoughts into action.

Quality of life in Britain is pretty much the worst in Europe. We die earlier, retire later, and in the meantime get less time off than most of our European cousins. Our diet is worse and many people look to the diets of those in other countries with a great sense of longing, the Mediterranean fare being much more appetising than our cholesterol-packed cuisines.

Moving to France, or even further afield can actually simply just make life much less stressful. The pace of life is usually much more relaxed abroad than it is in the UK, and with such beautiful scenery and of course that old weather being much better, moving abroad often improves people’s moods greatly.

Culture is also often a big reason for people to move to places such as France, whilst meeting new people and learning a new language also rate highly. Moving to Germany is always a great way to learn their language if you’ve always wanted to.

However, it is worth remembering that moving doesn’t mean you want to leave everything totally behind. Moving to some of our closest neighbours will make it much easier to get home and see relatives, whilst still enjoying all the benefits of a fresh start. When moving to France or moving to Germany the channel tunnel is so easy to access that you can be home whenever you want. And you may just find that the UK is a great place to visit, but you just wouldn’t want to live there.

The Best Places to Live In Europe

It may not have come as much of a surprise to those Brits who love to moan, but this year Britain was actually found to be the worst place in Europe for quality of life. So, maybe we’re not a country of people who love to moan after all, maybe we’re just a country of people who are realistic?

Why is it such a bad place to live? Well, the average wage has fallen dramatically whilst we seem to have a higher retirement age and a lot less holiday allowance than most of Europe. Not only that, but we also have a much lower life expectancy than most of our neighbours, with our closest neighbours France, Germany and Holland all long outliving us. Plus, whilst for many years we were miserable but well off, we now seem to be miserable and poor.

Where is the best place to live? Well, for the second year running it is the French who have the best quality of life. Which may explain why so many people are choosing to move there. With it being so close, enjoying better whether than us and with many of us still having a basic grasp of the language, it seems to make perfect sense that moving to France is on so many peoples’ minds.

Not only that, but along with France (which topped the list again), the top ten best places to live in the world includes Germany, Switzerland and Belgium, with Britain coming in nowhere near.

So if you thought you were miserable, then the chances are you were right, but it might not be your fault. For those who want to be happier then moving to France or moving to Germany may well be the answer. Fifty years ago moving to Germany or France would have been unthought-of. But today it might be the best way to be happy.

Woman chases Olympic dream by moving to Germany

A woman has revealed she is moving to Germany to chase her Olympic dream.

According to reports in the Leicester Mercury, Jenn Taylor is determined to compete in the 2012 games, to be held in London. She is part of Great Britain’s women’s volleyball team.

As well as getting ready to head to foreign shores, the sporting enthusiast has also given up a well paid job working in schools in order to try to achieve her goal.

The reason she has decided to make the transition to another country is so she can ensure she plays in enough games before the deadline for the Olympics.

She said: “It means I will be playing week in, week out, getting matches on a regular basis, which is what we all need. The level is far higher than we can find in England.”

Commenting on the prospect of moving to Germany, she added: “It is a massive challenge for everyone. For me, I’ll be taking a huge pay cut and living in a country with people I’ve never met.”

The original plan was to send Ms Taylor and all her team mates to one country to prepare. However, this fell through due to a lack of funding.

Instead, they are being sent to a number of different nations – potentially meaning some will be moving to France.

Meanwhile, talking about her dedication to the task ahead, Ms Taylor remarked: “The sacrifices are huge and I have not underestimated them, but this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance.”

She added she would regret it if she did not put in the maximum effort to achieve her aim. This may well be a sentiment shared by the rest of the team, including those moving to France and other countries.

According to its organisers, the London 2012 Games have been the catalyst for the transformation of a section of east London.

The Benefits of Travel

In the recent general election, one of the hot topics was that of immigration and the effects this has on jobs. With the development of the European Union one of the key changes has been with border controls. People who live in E U member states are no longer considered citizens of just their country of birth but are also citizens of Europe. As such they have rights to travel and work in other member states and are entitled to the benefits not only of their country of origin but also of the country they move to. This has led to the development of a more flexible mobile workforce.

When we think of UK citizens moving abroad we usually think of people buying holiday homes and moving to France or Spain. However if we consider countries like Germany it is more likely that people will be moving there because of work.

If you are considering moving to Germany then we at Europe Remove can help to make the transition as pain free as possible.

Once there it is also good to know that under EU legislation citizens of one country are entitled to the same benefits such as medical help.

Sometimes these benefits continue to be paid directly by the UK directly to you and sometimes they are paid to the country you are resident in and they in turn provide the same service as would be received by a native resident.

Also once you are working and paying into local tax and social insurance packages you are also entitled to additional benefits such as unemployment benefit and assistance when looking for work.

It is therefore good to know that even when making a big step like moving to Germany, you will not be without support should things not go entirely as planned.