Hamburg & Schleswig-Holstein Removals

Hamburg & Schleswig-Holstein Removals

If you are looking to move to German city of Hamburg, or its bordering state Schleswig-Holstein, we can provide a uniquely tailored removals service designed to your exact requirements. We have operated European removals for over two decades and have been helping our customers relocate to Northern Germany for many years.

The city of Hamburg is a popular hub of Germany history and architecture, and attracts visitors from all over the world. From its beautiful hills and sea, to its interesting and exciting cities, the region of Schleswig-Holstein, which surrounds the city of Hamburg, offers plenty to visitors who travel from all over the globe, and is a top choice amongst Brits that wish to relocate to the region.

Our aim is to make your move to Schleswig-Holstein be as simple and stress-free as possible. We can offer start-to-finish removal services, and have two decades of experience in European Removals, and Germany Removals.

We have held the BSEN 12522 quality standard since 1999, the only industry recognised certification aimed at removals for the benefit of the private individual, and we are assessed frequently on staff, services and all of our procedures, to check we meet the high standards required and expected of us.

For removals to Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, 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 Schleswig-Holstein? Is retiring to Hamburg your aim? We are here to help you make your moving experience as smooth as possible!

For Free Advice and a Quotation call Freephone 0800 917 1015

Schleswig-Holstein is the northernmost state of Germany, located close to Denmark. Its capital city is Kiel, which lies 90 kilometres north of Hamburg, and has held the Olympic sailing competitions twice. The Baltic Sea coast is in the east of the state, and is marked by fjords, bays and cliffs. The North Frisian Islands and the Schleswig-Holstein North Sea coast form the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park, the largest national park in Central Europe. The state is divided into 11 districts, also known as Kreises. There are four separate urban districts- an administrative unit within a larger city- Kiel is an example. Schleswig-Holstein is a real forerunner in Germany’s growing renewable energy industry. In 2014, Schleswig-Holstein became the first state to cover all of its electric power demand with renewable sources. There are three Universities in the region, and Kiel is home to the state’s own parliament and government. Danish, German and North Frisian are the official language of Schleswig-Holstein, with Low German still being used in some parts of the state. The coat of arms shows two lions and the leaf of a nettle. The motto of Schleswig-Holstein is “up ewich ungedeelt” which means “forever undivided”.

Prince Phillip, the husband of the Queen of England, is also Prince of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. The state itself has no monarchy so the position comes with no power or responsibility and acts simply as a title of respect. Hamburg, the second largest city state in Germany, is also the second smallest Federal state, and is surrounded by Schleswig-Holstein. Hamburg is a hub of culture and contemporary life, with more than 200 theatres, museums and music venues. The Heinrich Hertz TV tower in Hamburg offers views of both the city and Schleswig-Holstein, with a height of 916ft. Similarly to other regions in Germany, both Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg have speciality dishes, which are traditional and a part of their heritage. Labskaus is a popular dish in Northern Germany, and consists of fried egg, gherkin and rollmops (pickled Herring fillets rolled into a cylinder), on top of boiled, minced beef mixed with beetroot, onions and potatoes. Nordseekrabben, or Crangon Crangon, are brown shrimps often mixed with mayonnaise, served in a hollowed-out tomato. In some areas, they are served as a bar snack with beer, and sometimes mixed with butter and eaten with bread. The average temperature during Summer in Schleswig-Holstein is 20°, with lows in winter being around 5°, similar to the UK. This region of Germany is popular with Brits looking to relocate to Germany, due to its idyllic location, breath-taking landscape, and strong economy. Flight time to Hamburg from the UK is under 2 hours, and drive time is under 11 hours, meaning there are many ways to return to the UK or host friends and family easily.

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