We can move you to France has a dedicated small load with just your furniture and belongings in the van or to keep costs down we can add your load to a van partload a shared load please submit your enquiry by email or quote from and I will send you pricing and availability. We focus in removals across and within Europe. Part Loads and Full Loads Household Removals to France If you’re moving in the sticks or rural area make sure you inform us that the removals van can get access down any narrow lanes or driveways some times it is necessary to get a smaller van to ferry loads.
All our moves have full insurance available
Moving to France
Thousands of us have a desire for acquiring a pied-a-terre on the other side of the Channel More than half a million Brits own second homes in France, and a further 100,000 live there on a permanent basis. We can offer a small removal and part loads to France
French areas covered
Top destinations when moving to France
We make available regular full/part load removal/delivery/freight services for personal customers moving from small and medium range apartments and houses in Ireland & UK to France Dordogne – Charente – Bordeaux – Limoges – Toulouse – Nice – Lyon – The Alps – Perpignan – Montpellier – Marseilles – Lille – Rouen – Nancy – Dijon – Nantes – Brest – Limoges Grenoble – Valance – Toulon – Languedoc-Rousssilon – Pays De La Loire- Basse Normandie – Lorraine – Picardie – Ardennes – Ariege – Calvados – Bretagne – Brittany – Auverge – Rhone – Mid-Pyrenees,- Ille De France
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French adore their paperwork and red tape make sure you have both originals & duplicate of all vital papers such as birth and marriage license, driving licence etc. you could do with them as well as your passport for all types of stuff from opening a bank account to setting up utilities.
French way of life
Things are done quite a different way in France, learn about French culture and you will be able to familiarize yourself more effortlessly. A few things are a lot more formal, you are expected to kiss or shake hands on meeting and say bonjour and au revoir when arriving or leaving a shop – it’s regarded as quite discourteous if you don’t. Help for British nationals overseas – guidance Living in France
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Pets need passports
If travelling with cats it’s essential that they cannot run away, this might sound obvious but there are many heartfelt accounts from owners losing cats, make sure they are restrained in a suitable travelling cat carrier.