Bishop’s Move can help you move to Greece with a great deal of experience moving people to the country and throughout Europe.

Our specialist European removals team can make sure that your removal goes smoothly no matter whether you are planning on moving to Athens, Thessaloniki or Chania.

You can get your move underway by getting in touch with us and arranging a free moving survey. Our specialist European removals team will carry out a household survey to make sure that you have all aspects of your move covered. We understand that moving house can be a stressful time and a significant undertaking, especially when moving to a new country. That’s why we can help by taking care of some of the aspects of your move such as packing all of your belongings and delivering them to your new home. 

Moving to Greece?

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Greece is often known as one of the oldest civilisations in the world and has been credited with being the birthplace of western civilisation as we know it. Tourism is hugely popular in the country. It is made up of the mainland along with a number of islands, with 227 inhabited. The climate in Greece is warm all year round and it is part of the Eurozone, with Euro as the currency.

Our expert European removals team can take care of everything you need from packing your belongings, to advising about travel documents. When we conduct your removal survey, we will get an understanding of your need and our team will provide you with a personalised quote. This is the perfect opportunity to ask any further questions you may have regarding any aspects of the process, we are here to help. 

 

With over 165 years of experience, Bishop’s Move understand that every move is personal and your needs might be different to someone else’s. That’s why we offer a bespoke removal service that is tailored to meet your individual needs. If there is an element of our removal service that you want to handle yourself then that is not a problem. We provide a bespoke service to meet your needs so that you are only paying for what you need.

If you would like more information, read our

 

Guide to Moving to Greece