Spain is a popular country for German emigrants. The reasons are manifold. Sometimes the change of residence is related to work, because the employer wants it or a new professional start can be realized. Then the family often moves with them. Or perhaps the pleasant climate attracts people to spend their retirement here. Due to the freedom of establishment, the move to Spain is no problem for EU members.
Also the move itself with your belongings will be done stress-free and smoothly by our competent moving company. Discuss in advance with your personal moving consultant which work should be done by our moving experts and which tasks you would like to do yourself. If you wish, our moving company will of course take care of all the work that needs to be done
Our specialists reliably take care of all the preparations for the move. This includes, among other things, the application for possible parking permits for our transporters as well as the proper disposal of no longer needed utensils. Furthermore, the planning of the move includes a calculation of the costs, which are determined in detail with the move calculator.
Once you move into a rented apartment in Spain, it is possible that you will not be able to store all your furniture. No problem, our moving service will take care of the storage of your furniture until you call us. Would you still like to take some individual pieces with you? For this purpose our moving company offers transports with favorable additional loads.
When entering Germany there are no restrictions and customs formalities for your removal goods. But you have to apply for a NIE number. This can be done either immediately after entry at the local police station or the responsible residents’ registration office or even better you apply for the number already in Germany at the Spanish consulate. This identification and tax number is necessary for all legal transactions, official dealings and banking matters.
Spain stands for sun, sand and sea. It owes this to its exposed location on the Iberian Peninsula and its extensive Mediterranean coasts. Spain is a member of the EU. The largest cities are Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. Madrid, the capital, has been the geographic, political and cultural center of Spain for centuries, with the seat of the government and the king. No less important is Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in the country. The region around Barcelona is something like the industrial heart of Spain. An important economic factor in Spain is tourism. Especially among German and British citizens, vacationing in Spain is very popular. In the foreground are the destinations Mallorca, the Canary Islands and the historic cities on the Costa del Sol.
Our moving guide has valuable tips for you, and the ToDo list makes it easier to plan the timing of formalities that need to be completed, such as notices of termination, registration, deregistration and reregistration with public offices or insurance companies. If you already receive a pension, talk to your pension insurance provider before you move. To quickly feel at home in the country, you should acquire Spanish language skills.