Movers France To Germany

International Movers France To Germany

While still completely autonomous countries, Germany and France do share a special relationship as members of the EU. As citizens of these countries, you enjoy benefits such as free travel and movement throughout the European Union, as well as substantially eased restrictions for relocations and attending school.

If you are moving to Germany from France, you probably have a lot of questions. Can you bring your vehicle? What are the rules? What does it cost? Will you need to pay customs duty and taxes at the border? This guide is intended to provide you with the basics.

Cost to Move from France to Germany

Moving from France to Germany is usually done by over land by shipping container, carried over Europe’s impressive railway system. On average, moving a full-container load over land from France to Germany will cost between €2,500 – €3,400 and arrive in 2-4 days. Half-container loads are usually a few hundred less. With sea transport, the expense will be much more, and the trip will take more than 3 weeks.

Importing Household Goods to Germany

As a citizen of France, an EU member country, you don’t need a residence permit to move to Germany. In addition, your goods can be freely imported without a need for customs declaration or taxes. You must register with the local police, or Bürgeramt. You will also need to visit your local residency office within one to two weeks of your arrival. You will then receive your official certificate of registration (Meldebestätigung).

In order to obtain your 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 accommodations in Germany

Even within the EU, the laws governing imports and immigration are subject to change. If you choose not to work with an overseas moving company, you should reach out to your local German embassy to get the most current guidance. Your best option will be to work with an overseas moving company. Three Men and a Truck have the expertise and experience you need for a seamless move.

Importing a Vehicle to Germany

Importing a vehicle to Germany from France can be as simple as 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 in the European Union, an international move requires special handling and expertise. Three Men and a Truck employs international shipping experts who understand how to navigate complex transportation systems and rules. We can help with everything from packing to paperwork, leaving you free to focus on what matters most to you. Contact us today for your free, no-obligation moving quote.

Moves From France to Germany: Our Top Routes

Relocation from various cities in France to various cities in Germany can easily be handled by Three Men and a Truck. Here are some popular routes for people relocating from France to Germany.

France to Berlin


Paris to Berlin
Marseille to Berlin
Lyon to Berlin
Toulouse to Berlin
Nice to Berlin
Nantes to Berlin
Montpellier to Berlin
Strasbourg to Berlin
Bordeaux to Berlin
Lille to Berlin
Rennes to Berlin
Reims to Berlin
Saint-Etienne to Berlin
Toulon to Berlin
Le Havre to Berlin
Grenoble to Berlin
Dijon to Berlin
Angers to Berlin
Nimes to Berlin
Saint-Denis to Berlin
Villeurbanne to Berlin
Clermont-Ferrand to Berlin
Le Mans to Berlin
Aix-En-Provence to Berlin
Brest to Berlin

France to Munich


Paris to Munich
Marseille to Munich
Lyon to Munich
Toulouse to Munich
Nice to Munich
Nantes to Munich
Montpellier to Munich
Strasbourg to Munich
Bordeaux to Munich
Lille to Munich
Rennes to Munich
Reims to Munich
Saint-Etienne to Munich
Toulon to Munich
Le Havre to Munich
Grenoble to Munich
Dijon to Munich
Angers to Munich
Nimes to Munich
Saint-Denis to Munich
Villeurbanne to Munich
Clermont-Ferrand to Munich
Le Mans to Munich
Aix-En-Provence to Munich
Brest to Munich

France to Hamburg


Paris to Hamburg
Marseille to Hamburg
Lyon to Hamburg
Toulouse to Hamburg
Nice to Hamburg
Nantes to Hamburg
Montpellier to Hamburg
Strasbourg to Hamburg
Bordeaux to Hamburg
Lille to Hamburg
Rennes to Hamburg
Reims to Hamburg
Saint-Etienne to Hamburg
Toulon to Hamburg
Le Havre to Hamburg
Grenoble to Hamburg
Dijon to Hamburg
Angers to Hamburg
Nimes to Hamburg
Saint-Denis to Hamburg
Villeurbanne to Hamburg
Clermont-Ferrand to Hamburg
Le Mans to Hamburg
Aix-En-Provence to Hamburg
Brest to Hamburg

France to Frankfurt


Paris to Frankfurt
Marseille to Frankfurt
Lyon to Frankfurt
Toulouse to Frankfurt
Nice to Frankfurt
Nantes to Frankfurt
Montpellier to Frankfurt
Strasbourg to Frankfurt
Bordeaux to Frankfurt
Lille to Frankfurt
Rennes to Frankfurt
Reims to Frankfurt
Saint-Etienne to Frankfurt
Toulon to Frankfurt
Le Havre to Frankfurt
Grenoble to Frankfurt
Dijon to Frankfurt
Angers to Frankfurt
Nimes to Frankfurt
Saint-Denis to Frankfurt
Villeurbanne to Frankfurt
Clermont-Ferrand to Frankfurt
Le Mans to Frankfurt
Aix-En-Provence to Frankfurt
Brest to Frankfurt

France to Cologne


Paris to Cologne
Marseille to Cologne
Lyon to Cologne
Toulouse to Cologne
Nice to Cologne
Nantes to Cologne
Montpellier to Cologne
Strasbourg to Cologne
Bordeaux to Cologne
Lille to Cologne
Rennes to Cologne
Reims to Cologne
Saint-Etienne to Cologne
Toulon to Cologne
Le Havre to Cologne
Grenoble to Cologne
Dijon to Cologne
Angers to Cologne
Nimes to Cologne
Saint-Denis to Cologne
Villeurbanne to Cologne
Clermont-Ferrand to Cologne
Le Mans to Cologne
Aix-En-Provence to Cologne
Brest to Cologne

France to Stuttgart


Paris to Stuttgart
Marseille to Stuttgart
Lyon to Stuttgart
Toulouse to Stuttgart
Nice to Stuttgart
Nantes to Stuttgart
Montpellier to Stuttgart
Strasbourg to Stuttgart
Bordeaux to Stuttgart
Lille to Stuttgart
Rennes to Stuttgart
Reims to Stuttgart
Saint-Etienne to Stuttgart
Toulon to Stuttgart
Le Havre to Stuttgart
Grenoble to Stuttgart
Dijon to Stuttgart
Angers to Stuttgart
Nimes to Stuttgart
Saint-Denis to Stuttgart
Villeurbanne to Stuttgart
Clermont-Ferrand to Stuttgart
Le Mans to Stuttgart
Aix-En-Provence to Stuttgart
Brest to Stuttgart

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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