Freiburg

Freiburg Removals

We can offer a tailored service, crafted to your removal requirements. Our knowledge and experience in German removals, in particular Freiburg removals, means we are the best choice to assist your big move, and we are very confident in the services we provide, due to our annual assessment of staff and abilities, and our number of happy customers.

The famous Black Forest city of Freiburg is a beautiful German location, set near mountains and hills, in a spectacular corner of the German countryside. The city itself is full of great food, architecture and people, and the weather is amongst the best in the country.

Our goal is to make your move to Freiburg be as simple as possible. We can offer start-to-finish removal services, and have over two decades worth of practical experience in German, and European Removals.

We have held the coveted BSEN 12522 standard since the year 1999, the first industry recognised qualification directly aimed at furniture removals for the individual’s benefit, and we are regularly marked on staff, services, administration and our procedures, to guarentee we meet the high standards expected of us.

For removals to Freiburg, we can offer:

• Individually tailored removals packages to suit your requirements
• Collection from any location within the UK
• Any sized item
• Full or partial loads
• A full survey by one of our European Removals Specialists
• Electronic and photographic inventories utilising handheld computers and digital cameras.

Are you aiming to relocate to Freiburg? Is retiring to the area your next plan? We are here to help you make your move as straight-forward as possible!

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The city of Freiburg im Breisgau in the south-west of Germany straddes the Dreisam river, at the bottom of the Schlossberg hills, and is well known for its medieval minster and scenic beauty. Situated at the heart of the Baden wine-growing region, and entry point to the Black Forest, it is the sunniest and warmest city in the whole of Germany and is located close to both Switzerland and France. The city is strategically located at the junction of trade routes between the Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea. In 1368, the city purchased its independence from the Lords and Counts who occupied Freiburg. The silver mines in Mount Schuinsland, close by to the city, provided an important source of capital for Freiburg, and in the 14th century, it was one of the richest cities in the world. The longest cable car in Germany, which is 2.2 miles long, operates from Günterstal to a nearby mountain, and provides stunning views of the whole of the city. Frieburg has an extensive pedestrian zone, where no cars are allowed. The city is twinned with Innsbruck in Austria, Granada in Spain, Lviv in Ukraine, Guildford in England, and many more. The coat of arms is the St. George’s Cross, Saint George is the city’s patron saint. The cross appears also on the city’s flag, identical to England’s flag. The citizens of Freiburg are known for their love of cycling and recycling, and it is known as an ‘eco-city’- solar panels and collectors on roofs provide some houses with electricity and hot water, as well as regulate the temperature of rooms. In World War II, the city was heavily bombed by the Luftwaffe, who mistakenly dropped 60 bombs near the railway station.

Frieburg is a centre of academia and research, and houses one of the oldest and most famous universities- the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, as well as a medical center. The Köppen climate classification classes the climate in the city as oceanic, due to its inland air and subtropical influenced summers. With average summer highs of 26° and average winter lows of 1°, the winters are moderate, and the summers are nice and warm. Some of best things to do in Freiburg include visiting the Freiburger Münster cathedral- a unique gothic tower in the city centre, hiking up either the historic mountain of Schaunisland to capture some spectacular view from the lookout tower, popular in winter, or the Sclossberg, a tree-covered hill that belongs to the Black Forest, more popular in Summer. Another popular day out is taking the family to Europa-Park, the largest amusement park in Germany, and second most popular theme park in Europe, following Disneyland. It is the 21st most visited theme park in the world, and is located just outside of Freiburg. Black Forest gateau is a popular dessert in the region, although not directly named after the mountain range which stands above Freiburg, but its name is taken from the liquor which is made from distilled cherries and produced in the forest near the city. Some of the most popular dishes from the region include Spätzle (egg noodles), Fellchen (white lake fish from Lake Constance), Flammkuchen (a bacon and onion tart) and Maultashcen (Swabian ravioli filled with mincemeat and spinach). The city is one of the most popular locations within Baden-Württemberg, with its scenery and food being the main draws the area. Although it doesn’t have as many visitors/tourists as nearby Stuttgart or Mannheim, the city is a favoured destination by those looking to relocate to Germany, especially by those from the UK. We offer fantastic Germany removals services to all regions within the country and have extensive experience in handling European removals.

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