We would be glad to design a removals service, directly tailored to your needs for your move to Düsseldorf. The city is full of history and culture, and we have recognsied experience in providing high-quality removals services to all regions with Germany.
If you are looking to move to the German city of Düsseldorf, we can offer a uniquely tailored removals service designed to your every requirement. We have operated removals in Europe for over two decades and have been helping our customers move to Germany for many years.
The city of Düsseldorf is a hub of history and architecture, and entices visitors from all over the globe. Its beautiful scenary, to its interesting and exciting nightlife, Düsseldorf offers plenty to those who travel to this remarkable German gem of a city, and is a top choice amongst Brits that wish to relocate to the part of the world.
Our goal is to help make your move to Düsseldorf be as relaxed and stress-free as possible. We offer start-to-finish removal services, and have over two decades of experience in Germany Removals, and International Removals.
We have held the coveted BSEN 12522 quality standard since 1999, the first industry recognised certification aimed at furniture removals for the benefit of the private individual, and we are assessed annually on our staff and all of our procedures, to consistently check we are meeting the high standards required and expected of us.
For removals to Düsseldorf, 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.
Are you relocating to Düsseldorf ? Is retiring to Germany your aim? We can help you make your moving experience as smooth as possible!
Set on the bank of the Rhine, Germany’s seventh largest city Düsseldorf can be split into ten administrative districts, each one is further subdivided into boroughs. The name of the city comes from the river Düssel, with the “-dorf” suffix meaning “village” in German. The highest point of Düsseldorf is the top of Sandberg in the far east of the city, which stands at 165 metres. There are over 1300 licenced Taxis in Düsseldorf, all of which are ivory in colour. The state of North Rhine-Westphalia, of which Düsseldorf is the second largest city, has the densest network of autobahns in Germany. The city is classed as the fashion capital of the country and two times a year there is the famous “Voices of Fashion” event, which attracts many designers, experts and fans to find the latest fashion items. One of the biggest cultural dates in the Düsseldorf calendar is the Karneval, also known as the fifth season, which features a huge parade in the streets as well as stalls and live music. Every Christmas, the city centre hosts one of the largest Christmas gatherings in the country, and the ice-skating, mulled wine, hot chocolate and crafts attract many visitors from around the world. Düsseldorf is twinned with many cities all over the world, including Moscow, Warsaw, Reading, Palermo and Toulouse. The city is well known for its Altbier, a hoppy beer that uses a brewing method involving warm top-fermenting yeast, which is usually a dark copper colour, and tastes similar to British ales. There are also Christmas variations of the beer available in some areas of Düsseldorf, such as pubs as well as some markets.
Mercer’s 2012 Quality of Living survey ranked Düsseldorf the sixth most ‘livable’ city in the world, and 18th in the Monacle’s 2018 Quality of Living survey, beating Paris, Singapore, Auckland and Oslo. The act of turning cartwheels is credited to the children of Düsseldorf, who celebrated with them in 1288. Throughout the city, you can find many souvenirs and landmarks that depict an image of a boy doing a cartwheel. More than 1,000 trains stop daily in Düsseldorf’s Central Station, and the Deutsche Bahn railway network connects the whole of Germany. Known by locals as ‘Kö’, Königsallee is Germany’s busiest upmarket shopping street, home to numerous international flagship and shopping centres. The Altstadt street (also known as Old Town) is often referred to as the ‘longest bar in the world’ due to the concertation of over 300 bars and clubs. The city is one of the most important economical centres in Germany and has its own regional stock exchange. More than 170 national financial institutions, 130 insurance organisations and 400 advertising agencies work within Düsseldorf, and it has its own International Airport. Due to its large amount of companies, its rich history and interesting culture, Düsseldorf is a top location choice for people looking to relocate from the UK to Germany. Its weather is slightly warmer, on average, than the UK, and it has more sunny days throughout the year.