International Moving to Spain
Save money on your long-distance move to Spain
Are you worried about a international moving?
Removals to Spain can be expensive. In order to be efficiently we are always on the lookout for extra part loads, be it just a few items of furniture or a larger volume. You can benefit from cheaper part load removals.
Services associated upon you move to Spain
- Storage at destination: we can offer you storage service in any city in Spain.
- Moving insurance: we recommend full risk insurance for transoceanic or intercontinental shipments. Do not forget that we do not insure goods packed by the customer.
- Delivery at destination: you can choose the day of delivery for door-to-door services. Our agents in Spain will advise you on all the details of the delivery to your home with the relevant restrictions.
Information of interest in a move to Spain
Although Spain is one of the European countries most affected by the crisis, a survey conducted in 2012 by The Telegraph reveals that it is the country preferred by expatriates. Nearby are Canada and Germany. In fact, places with better quality of life or working conditions, among other factors, do not necessarily appear at the top of the ranking (New Zealand, among others).
Uses and customs in Spain
The majority of expatriates choose Spain based on a main factor: the weather. Despite the diversity, mainly due to the orography of our country, most of the communities enjoy good temperatures, especially in spring and summer.
At the gastronomic level, paella is the star dish. Traditional of the Levante area, the recipe has been adapted in several cities, giving it its character and, consequently, its particular flavor. In the field of music, flamenco is characteristic, sound sounds that reach any kind of sensitivity; a style that, despite identifying with the Andalusians, has an intense relationship with Catalonia. Read the interesting article: Flamenco revives the Spain brand in New York).
Festivities in Spain
Spain is known abroad for its celebrations. As its image indicates, this is really true. The marked personality of this country in terms of popular events and festivities (bulls, etc.) is an attraction for both those who live here and those who arrive or arrive.
Based on the useful Euroresidents page, we began to dissect the Spanish capital, pointing out the most interesting neighborhoods.
First, we recommend the Salamanca neighborhood, where we are located thanks to streets such as Alcalá, Serrano, Colón, Puerta de Alcalá …; the old Madrid, the genuine one, frames the Plaza Mayor, that of the Villa, the Puerta del Sol, the Plaza de Oriente, the base of this area; for its part, the Latina and Lavapiés are special, with its old streets and the famous trail, in addition to its famous restaurants (Casa Botín); Malasaña and Chueca are two booming neighborhoods that have adapted to new trends, modernizing.
Barcelona, the city of Barcelona, is also endless. Barcelona has the neighborhood closest to the sea, called Barceloneta, popular and private among its neighbors and the millions of tourists who visit it; to the other end we find the most economical area to live, besides being practical to move to other points of the city or surroundings, the Sants neighborhood.
The Bogatell / Ciutadella area is where the Olympic Port is located; In this classification, we mention lastly the Eixample (the Ensanche), very well located and full of shops and large stores, besides being where the Sagrada Familia is located.
Without a doubt, El Born, El Raval and the Gothic are the oldest and most picturesque areas to know the true life of Barcelona.
Montjuïc is majestic and La Rambla is a must see.