Movers Finland To Germany

 

Finland is the most sparsely populated country in Europe, with vast boreal forests and archipelagos. Germany is one of the largest countries in Europe and is a center for banking and commerce nestled in the shadows of the Alps. These two countries have a lot of differences but share a close relationship through their affiliation with the European Union. For this reason, even though the languages spoken in these countries are different, there are a lot of shared values.

One of the characteristics shared by these countries is the use of the Euro. This currency, shared by 19 countries throughout Europe, simplifies many of the aspects of relocation, from taxation to fees. As international moves go, moving from Finland to Germany is relatively simple. If you’d like help, an overseas moving company will give you the best possible experience. This guide will give you the basics.

Cost to Move from Finland to Germany

Moving from Finland to Germany is usually done by shipping container, carried over land or sea by Europe’s extensive shipping networks. On average, moving a full-container load over land from Finland to Germany will cost between €3,400 – €4,700 and your shipment will arrive in 3-5 days. Half-container loads can be shipped for a few hundred less. With sea transport, the expense will be much more, as much as €5,300 – €7,300, and the trip will take more than 3 weeks.

Importing Household Goods to Germany

First things first. As a citizen of Finland, an EU member country, you don’t need a residence permit to move to Germany. You can actually freely move in and out of Finland and Germany without the need for a visa.

The next most important information to obtain is how much you will owe for customs duty and taxes. Fortunately, when you import your household goods from Finland to Germany, they can be brought into the country without customs duty or taxes.

That’s not to say that you don’t have to register with the German government. Within two weeks of your arrival, you will have some minor housekeeping items to tend to. You must register with the local police, or Bürgeramt or visit your local residency office to apply for your official certificate of registration (Meldebestätigung).

You must present the following documents to obtain your certificate of registration:

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

Importing a Vehicle to Germany

At least in the short term, importing a vehicle to Germany from Finland can be as simple as driving it across the border. Due to the two countries’ special EU affiliation, no taxes or special paperwork are needed for stays under six months. However, if you plan to stay longer, you must officially register your vehicle in Germany and pay any applicable road taxes.

Three Men and a Truck

International moves can be tricky and stressful, but you don’t have to go it alone. Three Men and a Truck is an overseas moving company with deep expertise in international relocation. We can help you with every step of the process, from packing to paperwork, leaving you free to focus on what matters to you most. Contact us today for your free, no-obligation shipping quotes.

Moves From Finland to Germany: Our Top Routes

Three Men and a Truck can help you move your belongings from many different cities in Greece to various cities in Germany. These are some popular routes for people relocating from Finland and Germany.

Helsinki to Germany


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

Espoo to Germany


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

Tampere to Germany


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

Vantaa to Germany


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

Oulu to Germany


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

Turku to Germany


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