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Moving from UK to Western europe - prices starting from £239

Because of the distance from UK to countries in Western Europe is the shortest, we can offer the best value for your money. If you planning a move to Germany, France, Belgium or Netherlands MyCheapRemovals can offer you cheapest service.

We also have number of years of experience and our customer service is top priority. Check our “Instant Removal Quote” for the best price or give as a call on 01942 387 042 or 01942 387 041 to discuss available options

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Removals to Paris – price guide.

If you moving to Paris from the UK, here at MyCheapRemovals you can get instant removal quote, however, as we are always honest about prices we prepared a small price guide. It helps you with planning your budget well in advance and also we can guarantee that we won’t be beaten on price. There are three main reasons why we can offer the most competitive prices:

  1. All goods are pre-packed by a customer – it saves a lot of costs in manpower, usually calculated based on hours and total volume.
  2. Predefined volumes – small removals – which is equivalent of 5 or 10 cubic meters or large removals – 15 or 30 cubic meters. The last option is also called “dedicated service” which guarantees the fastest delivery time.
  3. No middle man – MyCheapRemovals has a fleet of more than 40 vans and lorries, so we don’t have to pay any fees or commissions.

There is actually another factor – as we frequently crossing the English Channel we managed to get a very good deal with ferries operators, so we get discounted prices.

One important thing we have to be sure our customers are aware – just because we don’t take part in packing your goods, that doesn’t change the fact our driver will be happy to help you with loading and unloading on collection and destination address. Our fees include a total of 2 hours of driver help.

The price for removal will be calculated based on volume and distance. Here are a few example prices for removals to the capital city of France – Paris:

  1. London to Paris:
    1. Small removal – 5 cubic meters – or third of the standard Luton van – £419
    2. Large removal – 15 cubic meters – nearly full Luton van – £889
  2. Birmingham to Paris:
    1. Small removal – 5 cubic meters – £359
    2. Large removal  – 15 cubic meters – £879
  3. Manchester to Paris:
    1. Small removal – 5 cubic meters – £399
    2. Large removal – 15 cubic meters – £969
  4. Scotland – Edinburg to Paris:
    1. Small removal – 5 cubic meters – £459
    2. Large removal – 15 cubic meters – £1089

You can get more accurate prices instantly using our Instant Removal Quote facility. Just provide collection and destination town or postcode and our system will calculate and send you a no-obligation quote. We’ll ask for only a 10% deposit to secure a date and van through our simple and secure online payment system.

Removals from the UK to Paris – time frame.

So, now you have some idea about the costs of your removal to Paris, but you need to know how long it will take to plan it better. Good news is with MyCheapRemoval dedicated services it will be straight door-to-door within 24 hours from London or Birmingham.

Here are some example of delivery times – please note – small removals very often shared between our customers, therefore, provided time frames may vary:

  1. London to Paris:
    1. Small removal – 5 or 10 cubic meters – allow between 2 and 4 days
    2. Large removal – 15 or 30 cubic meters – Luton van – 24 hours
  2. Birmingham to Paris:
    1. Small removal – as the distance is not much greater than from London, delivery time will be the same – 2 to 4 days
    2. Large removal  – our aim is 24hrs, however, more likely up to 36 hours
  3. Manchester to Paris:
    1. Small removal – 5 or 10 cubic meters – allow between 3 and 5 days
    2. Large removal – up to 48 hours
  4. Scotland – Edinburg to Paris:
    1. Small removal – 5 or 10 cubic meters – 3 to 6 days
    2. Large removal – up to 60 hours

Our customer service and logistic team treat each removal individually, so expect us to stay in touch with you during the transport. We’ll be providing you with constant updates.

If you have any questions – please contact us, and we’ll be happy to answer any question. Frequently asked – already answered.

 


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Cost of living

Sometimes the decision of moving to a different country is not dictated by life events such as the promotion of one of the spouses.  At times it is a matter of stagnation that propels somebody from moving to a different place – no matter where.

If you moving to France, we prepared a comparison of two metropolises that you might be interested in moving into. If you take into account London or Paris, perhaps you will find this post useful and vital.

We will compare the essential aspects of life in these two cities, such as the cost of food, housing, clothes, transportation, personal care, and entertainment.


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With fresh air, beautiful countryside and energetic cities, there are lots of reasons to consider moving the Emerald Isle. Whether you’re moving solo, as a couple, or as a family, Ireland has a lot to offer.

Ireland is a country that has become the home of many nations for the past few years. However, there’s more to Ireland than booze shamrocks, so here are some things you need to know about Ireland before coming to live here. 

Ireland has so many wonderful locations, but the great thing about living here is that it’s a fairly compact island. So whether it’s for a day-trip or a weekend break, you’ll never be too far away to go and explore them all.  

Public Holidays in Ireland

There are nine public holidays in Ireland each year. Public holidays include:


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Belgium is well known for its beer, chocolate, and linguistic diversity. However, it is a lot more than that! Whether you are going to move to, or just visit Belgium, you may need some basic information about what living in this captivating country looks like.

We decided to help you out, by finding some accurate information about Belgian public and school holidays, car taxes, as well as shopping. Let’s get started!


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Removals to Switzerland

Whether you are relocating to Switzerland to work, to retire or simply to enjoy the beautiful countryside, some preparation will make your move run smoothly. You should know that Switzerland has four languages -French, German, Italian and Romansh. Switzerland is divided into units called cantons – and they have a high degree of autonomy. Regulations about language, housing, and other matters will be different depending upon where you settle. Also, did you know that Switzerland is one of the happiest places to live in, in the world? Please check below a few tips to make you’re moving to Switzerland easy.


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Germany. Deutschland.

The land is famous for its scenic landscapes, Beer and Sausages ( Wurst).

Known for its long winters and beautiful Christmas markets.

Well, everyone knows that Germany doesn’t need any introduction to their cars. The name speaks for themselves.

You can discover so many new things that surprising.

Before you decide to make a booking with MyCheapRemovals we prepared some basic information about Germany’s public holidays, car insurance and taxes, and the most popular supermarkets.

Public Holidays

The amount of Public Holidays are so many compared to other countries.

This is also depending on the state you are living in – in Bavaria, they tend to have more.

  • New Year’s Day Jan 1, 2019
  • Good Friday, Apr 19, 2019
  • Easter Apr 21, 2019
  • Easter Monday, Apr 22, 2019
  • Labour Day May 1, 2019
  • Ascension Day May 30, 2019
  • Whit Monday, Jun 10, 2019
  • German Unity Day Oct 3, 2019
  • Christmas Day Dec 25, 2019
  • 2nd Day of Christmas Dec 26, 2019

School Holidays

School holidays in Germany are set at the regional level by each federal state.

Each year for autumn, Christmas, Easter, and summer, plus schools in most states also have a winter break around February.

A few states have a break of about one to two weeks for Pentecost around May/June.

Car insurance and taxes in Germany

The calculation of motor vehicle tax is based on two main components: CO2 emissions (two euros per gram per kilometer) Engine size (two euros per 100cm3 for petrol engines and 9,50 euros per 100cm3 for diesel engines).

Before a person can register a car in Germany you must have proof of third party liability coverage for all damage or injury to another person, car or object.

While collision or comprehensive insurance isn’t required by law, most institutions financing the purchase of a vehicle do require it.

Cost of living Around 850 euros a month for living expenses. Compared to some other European countries, Germany is not very expensive. On average, students in Germany spend around 850 euros per month on living costs. The largest expense is rent.

Supermarkets in Germany

Here is a list of some of the local stores:

  • Aldi was the first discount chain in Germany
  • Edeka Group is the largest German supermarket corporation
  • Kaufland is a German “hypermarket” chain
  • Lidl
  • Netto Marken-Discount
  • Penny Markt
  • Rewe
  • Tegut-Markt

Lidl and Aldi are the cheapest but they mostly have “no-brand” products, which doesn’t mean that the quality is bad. Edeka, ReWe, Kaisers are discounters as well, but they are more expensive, even when you buy their own brands like “JA!” at Rewe.

There are two types of supermarkets in Germany. The regular one and also the discount supermarkets. You can find almost everything you need in a discount supermarket at a low cost. Popular discount supermarkets: LIDL, NETTO, ALDI, and PENNY.

Also, everything is closed on Sundays. Yes, so you better get your supplies on time. The busses barely run, the whole town becomes so silent. It’s tough when you found out you ran out of bread!

So, what do you think of German living and lifestyle? Do you think you can live here? If you want to know what the whole removal process looks like, please contact our customer service specialist.


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Beautiful landscapes, fascinating culture, delicious food, and wine – France undoubtedly has a lot to offer. No wonder thousands of Brits consider relocation to this fascinating country. However, immersing yourself in a foreign culture requires some preparation.

Whether you are planning on living in France or just visiting, you may need some ultimate information and tips on its culture and customs. In order to steady your nerves before the move, we prepared some basic information about French public holidays, car insurance and taxes, and the most popular supermarkets.

Public holidays in France

There are eleven official public holidays in a year observed in France. In the region of Alsace and Moselle, there are two additional holidays. If the fixed public holiday falls on Sunday, it is celebrated on the following Monday. The public holidays in France include:


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Are you planning on moving to southern Germany? Economically, southern Germany is the strongest part of Germany, with a well-developed automobile and machinery industry. Moreover,  those who are interested in professional upskilling or want to receive a first-class education may be interested in entering one of many prestigious universities. Some of them include such cities as Munich, Heidelberg or Tübingen.


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Planning to move to Germany from the UK? Germany is the European centre of culture, which combines both classic and modern. With its amazing opportunities and a very high standard of life, it constitutes a perfect destination for an international removal. Living and working in Germany may be a remarkable adventure with its wide-ranging possibilities.

Moving house is always a stressful event in life. It is important to find a moving company that offers not only a reliable removal service but also a competitive price. MyCheapRemovals has it all, and even more. We offer a cost effective European removals, professional customer service, helpful drivers, and different volume options to choose from.


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Short version: Removals from London to Paris starts at £419, Brighton to Toulouse from £479. Read more …

Changing your surroundings, especially if it includes a move to another country, can be a very stressful event in life. You need to do a research of the place you would like to live in, perhaps check its work opportunities, find the perfect house and the removal company that will be not only reliable but possible low-budget. MyCheapRemovals knows all the concerns of its customers, in order to provide assistance throughout the whole removal process. Also, in MyChepRemovals time is money, so if you are all over the place with your removal, do not worry – we will do our best to take off your shoulders as much as possible.


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Instant removal quote

MyCheapRemovals, as not many of removal services provider, can send you an instant removal quote. Here last few for a guide:

From:To:5m310m315m3
London, UK Alba Adriatica, Province of Teramo, Italy£599£839£1279
London, UK Alba Adriatica, Province of Teramo, Italy£599£839£1279
London, UK München, Germany£549£769£1109
Portsmouth, UK Rojales, Spain£719£999£1489
Portsmouth, UK Rojales, Spain£719£999£1489
Maidenhead, UK Canterbury, UK£359£479£629
Hamburg, Germany Newcastle upon Tyne, UK£599£859£1209

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