Whether you’re saying “Guten Tag!” to Germany or “Buenos Dias!” to Spain, Europe is a vast, diverse continent with bustling metropolises and a unique feel in every country.
So, if you’re planning to move to Europe but you’re not sure where to call home, we’re here to help you out. Here are our top 5 destinations for moving to Europe!
1) London, England
London is a place where thousands of Kiwis move to every year, whether it’s just for a couple of years or on a more permanent basis. And why wouldn’t it be? Its grand architecture, lively atmosphere, great job opportunities, suitability for family lifestyle and lack of a language barrier are all top reasons to call London your new home.
It’s almost a rite of passage for us Kiwis to spend some time working and living in London, so why not start today by giving the team at New Zealand Movers a call? They have moved thousands of Kiwis like you to London.
2) Berlin, Germany
Artsy, hip, and incredibly unique: you simply have to consider Berlin if you’re thinking of moving to Europe. Berlin is a city that’s rooted in history and yet is a super modern metropolis. It’s characterised by its art-loving culture and openness.
What’s more, there are plenty of job opportunities and a great variety of suburbs that suit singles, couples, and families.
Germany also has one of the highest rates of English speakers at 56% of the population! If you’re unsettled by a language barrier, then you should be just fine in Berlin.
3) Dublin, Ireland
If you’re not put off by cold weather (which, as a Kiwi, wouldn’t make much sense), then Dublin could be your dream destination in Europe. It’s known for its beautiful architecture and friendly, hospitable citizens. Dublin is another place that has great job opportunities across a range of different industries. Many people from other European countries such as Poland and Croatia move to Dublin for the generous incomes and possibilities for business.
4) Paris, France
It’s called the city of love for a reason – lots of people fall in love with the city of Paris. If you’ve never visited Paris, you definitely need to put it on your bucket list. The stunning architecture, deep history, plethora of art museums, and bustling restaurant and café scenes might just make you want to move there.
The good news – there is high demand for workers in a range of industries including, business, retail, hospitality, teaching, and IT.
5) Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdam aka the Gateway to Europe is a popular spot for people wanting to live the true European lifestyle. The city is known for its rich culture, riverside setting, and mix of modern and historic architecture.
It is home to many global companies’ headquarters including, Unilever, Shell and Proctor and Gamble – which means there are plenty of job opportunities for both Dutch and non-Dutch speakers.
If you’d prefer to further your studies, Rotterdam is home to Erasmus University which is world-renowned for its research. Rotterdam is also home to Europe’s largest port making it easy to move your belongings with you.
Thinking it’s time to trade your same-old surroundings for art museums and street cafes? New Zealand Movers are looking forward to helping you establish yourself in Europe. They regularly move Kiwis to the UK, France, Germany, The Netherlands, and many more European destinations and are New Zealand’s most reputable team of overseas movers.
Get in touch with New Zealand Movers today and start your journey the best way possible.