Are You Moving to Wuppertal & Looking For A Removals Company
Are you thinking of moving to Wuppertal? The city is situated to the east of Düsseldorf and often called “the San Francisco of Germany”, because of the steep hills lined with pretty houses and lots of steps. The city has important trade sectors in mechanical engineering and, surprisingly perhaps, publishing. One of the city’s oldest companies in the industrial Barmen district is an international distributor of household goods and cosmetics called Vorwerk.
Property prices if you are thinking of moving to Wuppertal
Finding a property in Wuppertal is generally a straightforward process, it’s popular to rent an apartment rather than to buy one in the first instance. Most rentals are unfurnished, so make sure you have provisions for fixtures, furniture and other necessary household items. There are two types of rent; warm and cold. Warm rent includes the cost of utilities and other services; cold rent is just the basic rent.
The following site has a selection of properties available: Property Portal
Schools if moving to Wuppertal
The majority of expats will choose an international school, especially if they only plan to stay in Wuppertal for a few years. This option eliminates any concerns surrounding the language barrier.
The following site will help you find a suitable international school: Schools portal
Local Information if you are thinking of moving to Wuppertal
When you first move to a new city finding your way around the local taxes and requirements can be daunting, a quick visit to the following website can help you on your way: http://www.expatarrivals.com/germany/banking-money-and-taxes-in-germany
Travel if you are thinking of moving to Wuppertal
There are several ways to get around in Wuppertal. There is the well known ‘Schwebebahn’ (a suburban railway *hanging* from the track). The ‘S-Bahn’ is another convenient way to travel; the suburban railway line is S8 and stops at the following stations across the city: Langerfeld, Oberbarmen, Barmen, Unterbarmen, Hauptbahnhof, Steinbeck, Zoo/Stadion, Sonnborn, Vohwinkel There are plenty of buses and taxis for shorter journeys around the city.
Currency Conversion If Moving To Wuppertal
The official currency in Germany is the euro (€). One euro (EUR) is divided into 100 cents. Most credit or debit cards are accepted in Wuppertal and there are plenty of ATMs.
When moving overseas making sure you get the best exchange rate possible is essential to starting your new life on a sound footing. White & Company has an exclusive arrangement with The FX Firm.
Simply call us on Tel: 01494-857672 or follow the link to see what additional monies you will receive compared to using your high street bank and to set up a free account. Currency Exchange Site
European Removals To Wuppertal
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