Whether you’re relocating to the booming metropolis of Budapest, to Eger, or one of the charming country villages, we have the experience to do so.
Bishop’s Move has the experience and knowledge to make sure every step of your move is seamless and goes perfectly to plan. As a removals company, we can, of course, pack up and move your belongings - but we can offer so much more. We can guide you through the entire process, including the immigration procedure. Our team is highly experienced and knowledgeable and can advise you regarding your visa, foreign exchange or answer any other questions you may have about moving to Hungary.
It’s easy to get started - all you have to do is contact Bishop’s Move so that we can arrange your free moving house survey. After this, we will send out one of our experienced international moving consultants to visit you at home. They will walk you through every step of the process, answer any questions you may have and evaluate the size of your move. Then we will be able to provide you with a custom quote for your move. Once accepted, we can agree on a date for your move and begin the exciting process with you.
Quality of Life
Hungary is known to have a better than average work-life balance, and an average employment rate.
Universal healthcare is free and of a strong standard and the infrastructure has been greatly improved in recent years. Maternity leave benefits are also better than in many other countries, as mothers are given full pay for the first six months of leave, then only slightly reduced for up to six months. As with any country, there are pros and cons - but for the most part, the vast majority of people living in Hungary are happy with their quality of life.
Life in Hungary as a whole is more affordable than the UK. Day to day necessities, such as clothing and food, are more affordable, as are leisure activities and many consumer products. This is why many people on holiday in Hungary find that the GBP goes a lot further. Due to currency conversion this amount will go further than it would in the UK.
If you are working for a large global company or are living the expat lifestyle where your employer pays much of your expenses, you are likely to live more than comfortably.
Housing is slightly more affordable in Hungary, though property costs are on the rise. As is typical for most countries, housing in large cities, particularly in Budapest, is much more expensive. On average, housing in the city of Budapest can be up to twice as expensive as housing in other cities and non-urban areas.