International Movers Ireland To Germany

Overseas Moving Companies Ireland To Germany

 

Moving to Germany from Ireland can be as easy as you want it to be. Because these countries are both members of the European Union, you can move freely between Germany and Ireland without a visa. So, as far as red tape goes, the move is relatively simple. The real challenge lies in the packing, prep for shipping, logistics, and timing. Or you could do it the easy way and skip all that by working with an overseas moving company like Three Men and a Truck.

International moves via shipping container differ from your usual move across town in that you can’t just throw your stuff in boxes and send them on their way. You will need to provide a detailed, box-by-box inventory of everything you bring with you. Moving is hard enough without trying to do it alone. This guide will give you the basics.

Cost to Move from Ireland to Germany

Moving from Ireland to Germany is usually done by either by sea freight or over land by shipping container, carried over Europe’s impressive railway system. On average, moving a full-container load over land from Ireland to Germany will cost between €2,400 – €3,300 and arrive in 2-4 days. Half-container loads are usually a few hundred less. Sea transport is a less popular option. With sea transport, the cost will be around £5,200 – £7,000, and the trip will take more than 3 weeks.

Importing Household Goods to Germany

As a citizen of Ireland, an EU member country, you do not need a residence permit to live in Germany. Your household goods can be imported to Germany free of customs duty and taxes.

Within two weeks of your arrival, you must register with the local police, or Bürgeramt, and visit your local residency office. They will award you a certificate of registration (Meldebestätigung).

To qualify for a certificate of registration, you must present the following documents:

  • Valid EU passport or national identity card
  • A completed registration form (Anmeldeformular)
  • A copy of the lease or rental agreement (Mietvertrag) as proof of your residency in Germany

Even within the EU, import and immigration laws change frequently in response to local conditions. If you choose not to work with an overseas moving company, contact your local German embassy for updated guidance. Three Men and a Truck have the expertise you need and make it their business to stay current with all regulations pertaining to your move.

Importing a Vehicle to Germany

Importing a vehicle to Germany from Ireland can be as simple as ferrying it across the Channel and driving it across the border, at least in the short term. No taxes or special paperwork are needed, but if you plan to stay in the country for longer than six months you must register your vehicle in Germany.

Three Men and a Truck

Even when moving within the EU, international moves take special expertise. Three Men and a Truck are international movers who promise a world-class relocation. Through their network of international shipping partners, Three Men and a Truck can work with you on everything from packing to paperwork, relieving your stress so you can enjoy this exciting change.


Moves From Ireland to Germany : Our Top Routes

No matter which city in Germany you want to move from or which city in Ireland you want to move from, we can help. These are some popular routes for people relocating from Ireland to Germany.

Dublin to Germany


Dublin to Berlin
Dublin to Hamburg
Dublin to Munich
Dublin to Cologne
Dublin to Frankfurt
Dublin to Stuttgart
Dublin to Leipzig
Dublin to Dusseldorf
Dublin to Dortmund
Dublin to Essen
Dublin to Dresden
Dublin to Bremen
Dublin to Hanover
Dublin to Nuremberg
Dublin to Duisburg
Dublin to Bochum
Dublin to Wuppertal
Dublin to Munster
Dublin to Bielefeld
Dublin to Bonn
Dublin to Karlsruhe
Dublin to Mannheim
Dublin to Augsburg
Dublin to Wiesbaden
Dublin to Mönchengladbach
Dublin to Braunschweig
Dublin to Kiel
Dublin to Gelsenkirchen
Dublin to Chemnitz

Belfast to Germany


Belfast to Berlin
Belfast to Hamburg
Belfast to Munich
Belfast to Cologne
Belfast to Frankfurt
Belfast to Stuttgart
Belfast to Leipzig
Belfast to Dusseldorf
Belfast to Dortmund
Belfast to Essen
Belfast to Dresden
Belfast to Bremen
Belfast to Hanover
Belfast to Nuremberg
Belfast to Duisburg
Belfast to Bochum
Belfast to Wuppertal
Belfast to Munster
Belfast to Bielefeld
Belfast to Bonn
Belfast to Karlsruhe
Belfast to Mannheim
Belfast to Augsburg
Belfast to Wiesbaden
Belfast to Mönchengladbach
Belfast to Braunschweig
Belfast to Kiel
Belfast to Gelsenkirchen
Belfast to Chemnitz

Cork to Germany


Cork to Berlin
Cork to Hamburg
Cork to Munich
Cork to Cologne
Cork to Frankfurt
Cork to Stuttgart
Cork to Leipzig
Cork to Dusseldorf
Cork to Dortmund
Cork to Essen
Cork to Dresden
Cork to Bremen
Cork to Hanover
Cork to Nuremberg
Cork to Duisburg
Cork to Bochum
Cork to Wuppertal
Cork to Munster
Cork to Bielefeld
Cork to Bonn
Cork to Karlsruhe
Cork to Mannheim
Cork to Augsburg
Cork to Wiesbaden
Cork to Mönchengladbach
Cork to Braunschweig
Cork to Kiel
Cork to Gelsenkirchen
Cork to Chemnitz

Derry to Germany


Derry to Berlin
Derry to Hamburg
Derry to Munich
Derry to Cologne
Derry to Frankfurt
Derry to Stuttgart
Derry to Leipzig
Derry to Dusseldorf
Derry to Dortmund
Derry to Essen
Derry to Dresden
Derry to Bremen
Derry to Hanover
Derry to Nuremberg
Derry to Duisburg
Derry to Bochum
Derry to Wuppertal
Derry to Munster
Derry to Bielefeld
Derry to Bonn
Derry to Karlsruhe
Derry to Mannheim
Derry to Augsburg
Derry to Wiesbaden
Derry to Mönchengladbach
Derry to Braunschweig
Derry to Kiel
Derry to Gelsenkirchen
Derry to Chemnitz

Limerick to Germany


Limerick to Berlin
Limerick to Hamburg
Limerick to Munich
Limerick to Cologne
Limerick to Frankfurt
Limerick to Stuttgart
Limerick to Leipzig
Limerick to Dusseldorf
Limerick to Dortmund
Limerick to Essen
Limerick to Dresden
Limerick to Bremen
Limerick to Hanover
Limerick to Nuremberg
Limerick to Duisburg
Limerick to Bochum
Limerick to Wuppertal
Limerick to Munster
Limerick to Bielefeld
Limerick to Bonn
Limerick to Karlsruhe
Limerick to Mannheim
Limerick to Augsburg
Limerick to Wiesbaden
Limerick to Mönchengladbach
Limerick to Braunschweig
Limerick to Kiel
Limerick to Gelsenkirchen
Limerick to Chemnitz

Galway to Germany


Galway to Berlin
Galway to Hamburg
Galway to Munich
Galway to Cologne
Galway to Frankfurt
Galway to Stuttgart
Galway to Leipzig
Galway to Dusseldorf
Galway to Dortmund
Galway to Essen
Galway to Dresden
Galway to Bremen
Galway to Hanover
Galway to Nuremberg
Galway to Duisburg
Galway to Bochum
Galway to Wuppertal
Galway to Munster
Galway to Bielefeld
Galway to Bonn
Galway to Karlsruhe
Galway to Mannheim
Galway to Augsburg
Galway to Wiesbaden
Galway to Mönchengladbach
Galway to Braunschweig
Galway to Kiel
Galway to Gelsenkirchen
Galway to Chemnitz

Written by Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend is a moving professional and relocation expert that has more than 10 years of experience in the moving industry. With a background that includes working in virtually every aspect of the company, he has distinguished himself as an integral part of our operations with expertise in all things related to moving.

If you have any questions about moving, our services, or anything else you think he may be able to help with, you can contact Chris by emailing him at Chris@threemenandatruck.net

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