Removals to, offer a complete relocation service to Switzerland. After 20 yrs hands on experience in moving clients to Switzerland we can rightly boast of local knowledge throughout Switzerland and it’s this expertise that will ensure your removal becomes a stress free and enjoyable experience. When you enquire about our removals service to Switzerland your call is handled by a co-ordinator who is highly experienced in all aspects or European removals and will assist you in deciding the most favourable method for the relocation of your items in terms of ease of service, price, and any requirements you may have for temporary storage.
We offer a part load or single item service to all Swiss destinations with vehicles departing weekly. Please see our services page for further information on Delivery Services.
Removals to Switzerland Customs Clearance.
Your personal co-ordinator will make sure that any customs clearance of your personal effects, is as smooth,simple and as cost effective as possible. Part Load Removals To Switzerland. The following documentation will be required to clear your goods through customs ( These will be required prior to relocation ).
- Swiss customs form 18.44 IT IS ESSENTIAL YOU PROVIDE US WITH THE ORIGINAL COPY.
- Itemised inventory of effects (Our operatives will complete this upon collection, Ask you to sign as correct and hand you a copy for your own files/perusal)
- A copy of your valid passport ( this must be a readable copy )
- Swiss residence permit (if you are not a Swiss national)
- Rental agreement or lease or property title of house or apartment
- Valid registration from the city hall
Weekly Removals To Switzerland
We offer weekly removals to Switzerland and removals from Switzerland to the UK. Our vehicles depart for collections and deliveries throughout Switzerland and our highly trained crews are at your disposal to ensure your removal to Switzerland as as smooth as possible. Full packing and export wrapping services completed to B.A.R standards and unpacking in your new home where required.
Part Load Removals To Switzerland
We offer part load services to all areas of Ireland, we can accomodate any size move from 1 box or car, motorbike to an entire household. As we operatte regular departure dates your move co-ordinator should be able to tell you delivery dates well in advance.
Difficult access to your property
We can assist with difficult access in Ireland by utilising our network of Irish removals companies who can offer manpower, outside elevators and small vehicles for trans-shipment if required.
Public Holidays in Switzerland
January 1 New Year’s Day ( Nouvel an )
January 2 Saint Berchtold ( Saint Berchtold )
January 6 Epiphan ( Epiphanie )
March 19 Saint Joseph’s Day ( Saint Joseph )
Friday before Easter Good Friday ( Vendredi Saint )
Monday after Easter Easter Monday ( Lundi de Pâques )
May 1 May D( Fête du travail )
39 days after Easter Ascension Day ( Ascension )
Monday after Pentecost Whit Monday (Lundi de Pentecôte)
60 days after Easter Corpus Christi ( Fête-Dieu )
June 29 St. Peter and St. Paul ( Sts Pierre et Paul )
August 1 Swiss National Day ( Fête nationale Suisse )
August 15 Assumption of Mary ( Assomption )
3th Sunday in Sept Swiss federal fast ( Jeûne fédéra )
Monday after the above Swiss federal fast Monday ( Lundi du Jeûne fédéral )
November 1 All Saints ( Toussaint )
December 8 Immaculate Conception ( Immaculée Conception )
December 25 Christmas Day ( Noël )
December 26 St. Stephen’s Day ( Saint Etienne )
Restrictions on the movement of large lorries are often implemented in Switzerland on these days, as well as Sundays and every night from 10:00 p.m.
So if your moving to Switzerland why not call the experts for a effortless stress free relocation.
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Rich with culture, Switzerland has always been a great destination for a vacation. With weather that ranges from snowing to very warm and sunny, there will surely always be something fun and interesting to do.
Switzerland is located just east of France, also bordering with Germany, Italy, and Austria. Blessed with a great amount of different landscapes and climates, this country has 3 main topographical areas. The Jura mountains in the north, the Swiss plateau which is also known as the middle-land, and the Swiss Alps to the south. Switzerland contains over 1500 lakes, which accounts for 6% of Europe’s total stock of fresh water. With High mountains, waterfalls, forests, open fields, and plenty of other types of landscapes, tourists have no problems finding outdoor activities.
The climate can change drastically depending on the location within Switzerland. With freezing temperatures on top of the mountains, to warmer weather in the south. Although summers are usually humid and warm with some rainfall that is periodic, winter offers great opportunities for snow related activities.
Culture and Life Style
Switzerland has a multitude of different ethnic backgrounds living there, and because of this, there is a very rich and diverse culture. This country has 4 official languages, the main one being German, then French, Italian, and Romansh. Some regions of Switzerland might be more influenced by the culture of it’s closest neighboring country, for example, in the south near the Italian border there are more Italian speaking people and more Italian related festivals. Traveling to different parts of the country will allow experiences from different ethnic backgrounds, different climate activities, and also different cuisine.
There have been many notable contributors to art, architecture, literature, sciences, and music that have originated from Switzerland. Around 1000 different museums are scattered around the country, showing off the rich history and contributors from this great country.
Night life in Switzerland has almost no limits. With night clubs, cinemas, bars, theaters, casinos, restaurants, live entertainment, and plenty more, finding a fun night will not be a challenge at all. Some of the bars don’t close until 5 in the morning, so staying up all night won’t be a problem. Although some places have an age restriction, the official drinking age for the Swiss is 16, so there is a large range of ages when deciding where to go.
With all the different type of climates that are available, the outdoor activities are endless. The most popular sports in Switzerland are Skiing, Snowboarding, Mountaineering, Hockey, football, and Tennis. Locals and tourists from all over the world travel Switzerland for it’s amazing selection of outdoor activities all year long.
Cuisine in Switzerland
With the large diversity of people, comes an even larger diversity of cuisine. There is a high amount of fine dining options when traveling throughout the country that will offer foods from all over the world. Switzerland is known for their high quality wine since they have a excellent variety of different grapes grown. Another popular Swizz delicacy is their chocolate. Chocolate has a long history with the Swiss and they are the largest consumer in the world for chocolate.