How much does it cost to move from the UK to the Czech Republic with MyCheapRemovals?
Removal costs depend on two main factors: volume and distance. Regarding the volume, we recognise two types of removals – small (5 and 10 cubic feet ) and large – 15, 20 and 30 cubic feet. So, in that instance, if you are thinking about moving from London to Prague, you’ll be looking at £879 for a small removal (176 cubic feet – part load – more on this page) or if you decide to move the content of a house – min. 15 cubic feet, prices will start from £1749. Another example for a better understanding of prices for removals from the UK to Czechia – Manchester to Brno: small removal option starting from £1029 and large removal from £3569.
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How long does it take for my belongings to arrive in the Czech Republic?
Not long at all! Depending on the volume option that you choose you might have your goods delivered within 24 hours. The fastest would be large removal, where the removal company will use a dedicated van or lorry. Since the UK is not a member of the EU additional regulations are in process, which may affect this time. If you go for the “small” removal option, which technically speaking is a shared service where your belongings will travel with other customers’ items, the time could be extended up to 3 days, Nevertheless, In MyCheapRemovals we are very busy therefore it is easy for us to combine deliveries and make your belongings rich your destination in shorter time. Our customer service team will be happy to answer any questions in this regard.
I’m moving to Czechia- what documents will I need?
Since the United Kingdom left the European Union there are a couple of more documents required when you move to Czechia.
First, we will require an “Inventory list” and a copy of your passport or national ID card. With new regulations, we will need proof of your address in the UK, where you have been living for the last 12 months and any proof of the destination address in Czechia. When you decide to use our removal service we’ll send you a couple of documents to fill in: “non-cession” and CERFA – our customer service representative will help you with this.
What are the living costs in the Czech Republic in comparison to the UK?
Czechia is 45% cheaper to leave than the United Kingdom.
If you desire to live in a country with a low cost of living, safety, and many expats, then
Czechia is the right place for you. Located in the centre of Europe; it is an average-sized European country with rich history and cultural heritage.
The average monthly cost of living is between 350 and 750 USD and includes food, accommodation, public transportation, and cultural events.
Can I move to Czechia with my pet?
Pets other than dogs, cats and ferrets can enter the Czech Republic with a health certificate issued by your local veterinarian unless the species or subspecies is listed
under the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) or the US Endangered Species Act.
All pets must have an original Rabies Certificate signed by a veterinarian. The vaccine must be at least 21 days old during the final health exam and endorsement.
Pets with a one-year primary or three-year vaccine administered less than a year ago may travel to the Czech Republic.