Important Corona Update - Read More Here

Blog

Tips from your international moving company.

By in Uncategorized 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.

Read More
By in Uncategorized 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?

Read More
By in Uncategorized 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.

Read More
By in Uncategorized August 19, 2013

Moving to Hungary – Things Every American Should Know

Moving to Hungary means you get to live in one of the oldest countries in Europe, founded over a millennium ago. Whether you’re relocating because of employment, love, or a change of scenery, the affordability and accessibility of this Eastern European country won’t let you regret your decision.

As an American, there are few things you should know to make this relocation as smooth as possible. We’ve made a list to help you speed up the process.

Read More
By in Uncategorized August 10, 2013

Moving to London – a Complete Guide for Americans

Once the capital of the largest empire in history, the Square Mile is still one of the most important cities in the world, with a population of nearly 9,000,000. Would you like to join them soon? If you are moving to London from the US, you are probably quite excited and can’t wait to see for yourself what makes this popular destination so special.

Read More
By in Uncategorized July 29, 2013

Things You Should Know Before Moving to Israel

Does the land of milk and honey, promised land, or the Holy Land sound just like the right place for you? There are so many faraway countries that are beautiful and intriguing, but often we do not get a chance to visit them. If you are lucky enough to be moving to Israel, stay tuned to find out more about this incredible country.

From the latest events and visa issues to the cost of living and places to visit – we’ve covered all the bases to make your international relocation as smooth as it can be.

Read More
By in Uncategorized July 29, 2013

6 Expat Tips for Moving to Turkey

Moving to Turkey means that you will get to stay in a place packed with cultural heritage and have a chance to visit as many as 13 UNESCO World Heritage spots. From Izmir to Batumi, this is a country rich not only in culture but beautiful natural scenery and vast job opportunities.

 

Read More
By in Uncategorized July 29, 2013

Moving to Venezuela: Sightseeing

Moving to Venezuela is a great opportunity to explore this beautiful country! Often overlooked due to its political turmoil, Venezuela is a beautiful country full of breathtaking views and natural wonders.  It has the longest stretch of Caribbean coastline in any single nation, Andean peaks, and lush wetlands.  Outdoor activities include scuba diving, windsurfing, kitesurfing, paragliding, and much, much, more.  If you are moving to or just visiting Venezuela, be sure and check out my three favorite places:

Read More