Average costs of moving to Madrid from the UK
With MyCheapRemovals you can quickly find out how much does it cost to move to Madrid in Spain. Our instant removal quote system helps you estimate cost and we promise that we can’t be beaten on the price. Since the United Kingdom is not a member of the European Union additional cost for the customs need to be considered. When you book removal to Spain with us, please make sure you ask our customer service for more details.
Available volume and weight options are 5, 10, 15, 20 and if you need even 30 cubic meters. You can find out more details here. We selected those volumes as we have numbers of years in international removals industry … and it also helps calculate removal quote on the fly. Keep in mind that we are flexible – if you have special requirements like a bicycle or white goods – please contact us and we can discuss the details.
Madrid as a capital city of Spain is one of the most popular destinations in Spain and actually whole Southern part of Europe.
Here are example quotes for a small removal – 5m3 or 175 cubic feet – up to 300 kg:
- London to Madrid – £749
- Bristol to Madrid – £799
- Birmingham to Madrid – £759
- Newcastle to Madrid – £1309
If you’d take a bigger load – 10m3 – up to 600kg – you are looking at £1019 from London and £1099 from Bristol or Birmingham.
Removal quotes from Manchester to Madrid
Tired of constant rain in North West part of England – Manchester in particular? To move from Manchester to Madrid for 5m3 we’d ask only £779 deposit. Payment is made through a very popular and secure Stripe Online payment system.
For bigger – 10m3 and 15m3 loads – total cost for removal will be £1109 and £1739. Any volume option up to 15m3 is class as part-load removal.
Dedicated services class also as full load – 20 and 30 cubic meters – £2409 and £2929. The biggest advantage of this option is that this is just for your consignment, so it’s guaranteed the fastest.
All prices were updated at the beginning of 2021 – just after Brexit and during Covid-19, however, this last one doesn’t affect moving houses. As per official British source:
(…) Estate and lettings agents, removers, valuers and people in sales and lettings offices and show homes will be able to continue working.