Moving to or from Germany

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Moving to or from Germany with Glasswells

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Glasswells European removals operate regular road services throughout the whole of Europe, offering a unique door to door service and providing a first class and cost effective removals package. We regularly travel to all major towns and cities, including removals to Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, dusseldorf and many more destinations.

The main language, as you would expect, is German. However, English is widely spoken too and, if you are planning to move to this fabulous country famous for its beer and sausages, then help is at hand. The Glasswells removals experts will help and advise you every step of the way to ensure your move goes as smoothly as possible.

Germany is situated in Central Europe and is at the most two hours flying time from the UK. It is also possible to travel by road and sea, Germany has a fairly large coast line and benefits from a particulalry large port in Hamburg. Not only are there super beach resorts to be found, but the cities have a great diversity of cultural influences and you will find many pretty little villages throughout the countryside. Between the North Sea and Baltic coasts in the north and the peaks of the Alps in the south lie extremely diverse landscapes, with everything from wide expanses of river and lakeland scenery, hilly uplands and densely wooded regions through the hills of the Black Forest region.

Amongst the most popular cities to visit are Berlin, Hanover, Frankfurt, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Munich, and Stuttgart and music lovers will find a trip to Würzburg for the Mozart Festival a must. The German people are very proud of their heritage and the city of Munich is home to sites illustrating the history of the Bavarian Royal Family. Throughout Germany you will find magnificent castles and palaces, featuring exquisite architecture. Germany is a country steeped in history dating back hundreds of years.

The people of Germany love nothing more than getting together and celebrating in traditional style during carnival season, at wine festivals, at the Oktoberfest and other beer festivals, or during music festivals from classical to rock – all helped along by great food and fine wines from the 13 vineyard regions.


Did you know?

Fun facts everyone should know!

  • 65% of the Autobahn (highway) has no speed limit!
  • Germans are the second largest beer consumers in the world.
  • Germany is Europe’s largest economy.
  • There are over 300 kinds of bread, which can be learnt about in one of the many bread museums.
  • Gummy bears were invented by a German.
  • Oktoberfest actually starts in September.
  • There are over 400 zoos in Germany, the most in the world.