We would be glad to tailor a removal services especially for your move to the beautiful city of Cologne in Germany. We have recognsied experience in providing high-quality removals services to areas all over Germany, and Europe.
Are looking to move to German city of Cologne? We can offer a tailored removals service designed to your exact requirements. We have operated removals for countries all over Europe for the last two decades and have been helping our customers relocate to Cologne for many years.
Cologne is a city that’s full of beauty, whether it be in the form of its architecture, its nature, or its culture. There are many fantastic attractions within the city, that offer plenty to visitors who travel from all over the globe, and remains one of the most popular locations in Germany. Whether you are interested in art, food, wildlife, media or history, Cologne will have something for you.
Our aim is to make your move as straight-forward and stress-free as possible. We can provide a start-to-finish removal services, and have over two decades of experience in European Removals.
We have held the quality standard BSEN 12522 since 1999- the only industry recognised certification aimed at furniture removals for the benefit of individuals. We are assessed regularly on staff, services and procedures, to ensure we meet the high standards required and expected of us.
For removals to Cologne, we can offer:
• Individually designed removals 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 Removals Specialists
• Electronic and photographic inventories utilising handheld computers and digital cameras.
Is retiring to Cologne your aim? Do you want to relocate to the city? We are here to help make your moving experience as relaxed as possible!
Cologne, the fourth most populous city in Germany, was founded in the 1st century AD, and became one of the most important trade routes between east and west Europe. Roman Imperial Governors once resided in the city, and it became one of the most important production centres in Europe. Following the Battle of Worringen in 1288, the city gained independence, which it later lost in the 19th century. In the 1980s, the economy of Cologne prospered due to the growth of media companies, and the improvement of the diverse traffic infrastructure. The city is divided into 9 different boroughs, and 85 districts. Public green space accounts for over a quarter of Cologne, and there are an abundance of historical bridges, streets, landmarks and high-rise structures. The city has five Rhine ports, one being the largest in Europe, and Cologne-Bonn airport is the second largest terminal in Germany. Media is an important part of Cologne life, with the Cologne Comedy Festival being held annually since 1991, and a third of all German TV productions are made in the region. FC Köln, Cologne’s professional football team, play in the 2. Bundesliga, and have achieved much success since it was formed in 1948, and the city is considered the “secret golf capital of Germany” due to its competitions, courses and events.
Cologne has its own beer, known as Kölsch, which is protected by law so only beers brewed in the city can bear its name. It is said to be very refreshing, and sweeter than most other German beers. Every July, the city hosts the largest high-altitude musical firework display, known as the Cologne Lights. The display attracts thousands of visitors, and really is a sight to behold. A museum in Cologne, called the Cologne Chocolate Museum, is dedicated completely to the sweet treat, and exhibits the history of chocolate, production of cocoa and offers many samples of locally produced bars and mixes. The café provides a majestic view of the Rhine, and tasty drinks and snacks. The Cathedral in the city took over 600 years to be constructed and is the third tallest cathedral in the world. Cologne is the warmest of all German cities, due to its location in the transition zone between marine and continental climates. It averages highs of 24 degrees in July, its warmest month, and lows of 2 degrees in January, its coldest month. The most famous Cologne dish Himmel un Ääd, which translates as Heaven and Earth, is named after the two main ingredients of apples (from the sky) and potatoes (from the ground). Other popular dishes include Schnitzel and Liverwurst. The city attracts thousands of visitors for its rich architecture and interesting history and makes for an ideal location for those looking to relocate to Germany from the UK.