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For removals to and from Berlin.
If you are looking to move to Berlin, we offer a bespoke, specially designed service tailored for your exact needs. We have specialist knowledge in European removals, and regularly run removals to Germany, and have been helping our customers relocate to Berlin for many years.
The city itself is beautiful, and its history, culture and scenery attracts visitors from all over the world. Berlin proves to be a popular location with those from the UK looking to move to Germany.
Our aim is to help your move to Berlin be as simple, pleasant, and hassle-free as possible. We offer complete start-to-finish services, and have over 20 years experience in European Removals. We have held the industry recognised quality certification that is specifically aimed at furniture removals for the benefit of the private individual, and continue to be assessed regulary on our staff, services, administration and procedures- to ensure we consistently meet the high standards required and expected.
• Individually designed package to suit your every need
• Collection from anywhere within the UK
• Any item, no matter of size
• Full loads
• A full survey by one of our European Specialists
• Electronic and photographic inventories utilising handheld computers and digital cameras.
We are here to help you make your move as smooth as possible.
Straddled on the banks of the River Spree is the city of Berlin, the capital of Germany, which is also one of the country’s 16 federal states. It is the second most inhabited city in the European Union and is surrounded by the state of Brandenburg. Due to its location in the European Plain, the city has a very temperate seasonal climate, and over one third of its area is made up of forests, parks, gardens, rivers, canals and lakes. After World War II, the city was divided in two, with the Western Berlin area surrounded by the Berlin Wall. East Berlin was the capital of East Germany, with Bonn being the West Germany capital. The wall was torn down in 1989, and Berlin once again became the capital of all of Germany. Visible in the Berlin skyline are clusters of high-rise buildings, including the Berliner Fernsehturm, a TV tower that offers spectacular views of all of Berlin, and the Kollhoff Tower on the famous Potsdamer Platz. The SOS signal was agreed upon as the standard signal for Morse code at the International Radiotelegraphic Convention in Berlin in 1906.
Berlin is famous for its food and drink, as well as its rich architecture, and is home to many renowned dishes, beverages and buildings. Currywurst, one of the most commonly eaten foods in the city, was invented in 1949 by Herta Heuwer, who made a sauce using traditional ketchup and curry power, which was given to her by British Soldiers. The boiled then fried sausage is still one of the most popular German meals today and was made popular by construction workers rebuilding the city after the war. Wiener Schnitzel is a cut of veal, covered in flour, dipped with egg wash, and fried, served with a side of fries. Although it is an Austrian dish, much like Apple Strudel, it is associated with Germany, and in particular Berlin. Beer is a large part of the German culture, with multiple breweries operating in the city. Berlin is over 9 times the size of Paris but has only 1/5 of its density. This gives Berlin its airy and spacious feel. The Berlin Zoo is the most visited Zoo in Europe, hosting 1,380 different species of animals. Some of Berlin’s most popular attractions include the Brandenburg Gate, built upon the order of the Prussian King Frederick William II in the 18th century to mark the entry point to the city, the Memorial to the Murdered Jew of Europe, a Holocaust memorial featuring 2,711 columns with an underground exhibition room, and the Soviet War Memorial Tiergarten, erected to commemorate the soldiers who died during the Battle of Berlin. The city’s history attracts visitors from all over the world, wanting to visit the sites of interest and pay tribute to past events.
Whether you are moving your whole household contents and vehicles from the UK to Bamberg, Berlin, Bonn, Bremen, Cologne, Dortmund, Dresden, Duesseldorf, Essen, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Hamburg, Hannover, Heidelberg, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, or any other location in Germany, or planning to relocate back home – or indeed to any other country in Europe – we aim to give you peace of mind and the time to focus on your new life or career abroad. Let us absorb the hassle!
“I’m happy to report that everything has been completed to our satisfaction. Darryl and Lewis worked like troopers, were unfailingly helpful and polite – a credit to the company. Please pass on our heartfelt thanks, and tell them that they should come back to Berlin next time as sightseers, not to work!”
Our Berlin removal services can include: