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Removal Services in Ireland
Removals to Ireland with Removals Finder, we offer a complete relocation service to Ireland.
Your call will be taken by a highly experienced relocation co-ordinator who will assist you in achieving the best possible method, price and service level for the relocation of your personal effects to Ireland.
Your co-ordinator will take care of every aspect of your relocation from door-to-door and will remain in constant contact to give you up-to-date status report’s and advice until you are happily settled in your new home abroad.
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Further Information on Moving to Ireland
Living in Ireland
Ireland is a dynamic, lively, modern country with a young population and a successful, technologically orientated economy, but it also remains a country where music, conversation, culture, traditions, time to relax, listen and make friends are important. A country with cultured, cosmopolitan cities renowned for its beautiful, unspoiled countryside and scenery.Recently the Irish Times have created a short list of the best places to live in Ireland, they have narrowed it down to 5 places as follows
- Village: Ardara, Co Donegal
- Suburb: Rathmines, Dublin
- Small town: Westport, Co Mayo
- Large town: Killarney, Co Kerry
- City: Cork
Difficult access to your property
We can assist with difficult access in Ireland by utilising our network of Irish removals companies who can offer manpower, outside elevators and small vehicles for trans-shipment if required.
Public Holidays in Ireland
1 January New Year’s Day (Lá Caille or Lá Bliana Nua)
17 March Saint Patrick’s Day (Lá Fhéile Pádraig)
Moveable Monday Easter Monday (Luan Cásca)
Moveable Monday May Day (Lá Bealtaine)
Moveable Monday June Holiday (Lá Saoire i mí Mheitheamh)
Moveable Monday August Holiday (Lá Saoire i mí Lúnasa)
Moveable Monday October Holiday (Lá Saoire i mí Dheireadh Fómhair)
25 December Christmas Day (Lá Nollag)
26 December St. Stephen’s Day (Lá Fhéile Stiofáin or Lá an Dreoilín)
So if your moving to Ireland why not call the experts for a effortless stress free relocation.
Moving your effects abroad
EU/EEA/Switzerland: In general, nationals of EU member states, the other EEA countries or Switzerland, have the right to Live in Ireland (subject to some narrow restrictions). You do not need a visa but you will need a valid passport or identity card in order to land. You are generally entitled to take up residence in Ireland if you are employed or self-employed. You are entitled to come here to study or retire here if you meet certain conditions below.
If you are from outside the EU/EEA or Switzerland you may need a visa in order to come here. You need an employment permit in order to work or business permission to set up a business here. more info for Americans can be found http://dublin.usembassy.gov/living_ireland.html
If you intend to come to Ireland to study, you must get a place in an Irish educational institution. If you are moving to Ireland for third-level education you can find out about the allocation of third-level places. you will need to check whether your qualifications will be sufficient to secure a place in the Irish third-level course of your choice. You can do this through the Qualifications Recognition Service.
Information on Ireland
Ireland is an incredible country that is found on the Northwest tip of Europe. This is a place that attracts tourists and immigrants from all over the world thanks to its amazing landscapes, ancient myths and legends to discover and friendly locals who are willing to reveal the secrets of the land.
This is a place that you will definitely not have enough of. Some of the things that people don’t really know about Ireland include:
History and heritage
Ireland’s history goes back to 6000BC with a lot of things unfolding from then to date. It has been inhabited by people from the mid Stone Age to the Neolithic culture.
The Vikings attacked the island around 795AD but the local Irish people did not give them an easy time. Ireland experienced a tragic history during the 19th century due to the great famine which was as a result of potato blight. Millions of people perished from this sad event.
More than two million people emigrated to Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the USA at the time.
Others also fled and it is believed that there are about 80 million Irish people spread all over the world or even more. Modern Ireland, however, enjoys less emigration and more immigration thanks to the Celtic Tiger economy.
More than half the population is made up of pulsating youth who are under the age of 30. In the 21st century Ireland is culturally rich, vibrant and ethically diverse country.
Nature and Scenery
Ireland features amazing scenery and nature that you will fall in love with. From the mighty Atlantic, to out of the ordinary lunar landscape, clear waterways and labyrinthine caves the island has nothing but breathe taking beauty to offer.
Ireland may well be known as the country where you can find 40 shades of green. It is also home to River Shannon which is one of the best in Europe and the longest in British Isles.
It boasts of spectacular coastline that covers more than 1,448km. This is surrounded on the east by Irish Sea and Mighty Atlantic to the west. There are also a number of remote and isolated islands that are excellent get away for people who are looking for mythical beauty far away from bustles and hustles of the towns.
People and culture
It has taken many years to develop the Irish culture thus you should savor all the moments of the cultural discovery. Irish people have a number of traditions as they love so much. From dressing on certain holidays, to eating, dancing and music you will most likely encounter many traditions here than in any other place. Traditional music is played all over in rural festivals as well as pubs in the heart of the city.
Ireland climate can be described as moist, mild, without temperature extremes and changeable when there is a lot of rain. It can be called temperate oceanic climate. The country generally enjoys mild winters and warm summers which make it a great tourist spot. It is also considerably warmer than other parts found on its latitude due to its strategic location on the Atlantic Ocean.