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Month: September 2013

Tips from your international moving company.

By in Country Guides September 30, 2013

Moving to Budapest – A Guide for a Future Expat

Are you considering moving to Budapest and starting anew in the Hungarian capital? If so, you should take some time to prepare for your international relocation. Every overseas move comes with a variety of individual requirements. So before you get to start planning your life in another country somewhere far away, you should think about this less enjoyable part of the adventure. What are you supposed to do to make your move to Hungary pleasant and enjoyable? What should you do to make it possible to begin with?

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By in Country Guides September 26, 2013

The 2020 Guide on Moving to Berlin – Tips From Someone Who Already Planned It Out

We have all heard about the American dream. However, if you’re one of those people who believe that the grass is always greener somewhere else, perhaps it is time to find a new dream, a European one. The European dream of many Americans is to live like Berliners, so moving to Berlin is a common topic nowadays, especially since there are already around 20,000 US nationals living in the German capital.

If you have never lived outside of the US, living in another country on another continent and having to learn a foreign language is undoubtedly going to be a life-changing experience. Here are some tips on how to organize an international relocation, learn a bit of German, blend in with the natives, and eventually become a real Berliner.

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By in Country Guides September 18, 2013

The Essential Things to Know About Moving to Singapore

If you are looking for an overseas destination to start a new chapter of your life, you may stop looking. Moving to Singapore will probably tick every box in checklists of all soon-to-be expats. The economy is healthy, salaries are high, taxes are low, and the city is bursting with life and activity.

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By in Country Guides September 16, 2013

Everything You Wanted to Know About Moving to Melbourne

Although people tend to make fun of Aussies, Aussiland is actually a great place to live in. If you think you can handle all the Aussie jokes, strange animals, and the warm weather, then moving to Melbourne, Australia, could be the best decision you have ever made.

Melbs, as the locals call it, is located at the southern tip of this giant island-continent, and it is a perfect blend of a modern city and gorgeous beaches and breathtaking nature. And if you are lucky enough, you can spot a koala or kangaroo in their natural habitat. So let’s see what else you can expect when moving to Australia.

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By in Country Guides September 12, 2013

Moving to Paris – Your Guide to the City of Light

Did you know that moving to Paris would mean that you get to live in a city that predates the United States by more than 1,500 years? But before you actually start your French adventure, make sure you have all the essential information about the legal requirements, the people and the way they live life in one of the most visited cities and countries in the world.

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By in Country Guides September 9, 2013

The 2020 Guide to Moving to Seoul

Are you moving to Seoul soon? Since your international relocation is getting closer, you need to prepare for it early enough to be sure it all goes smoothly. As one of the favorite destinations among expats and one of the ten leading global cities, the capital of South Korea has a lot to offer. You can be sure you won’t regret your decision to make this city your new home. But how do you get there?

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By in Country Guides September 2, 2013

Moving to Bangkok – the 2020 Guide for American Expats

In the past decade, the capital of Thailand has become one of the most popular destinations for tourists from all around the world. This mostly has to do with the city’s rich historical heritage blended with rapid urban development and low cost of living.  However, if your plans include moving to Bangkok permanently, for work, love, or just a change of scenery, take a look at our guide to go through this transition as smoothly as possible.

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