How Intlmovers works
How to get quotes using Intlmovers
Get quotes for your international move to Madrid in Spain in the following way:
- Choose where you are moving from and to, and click on 'Find moving companies!'
- Review the list of international moving companies and click on 'Request quotation'
- Complete the request form and receive direct quotes for international moves to Madrid, Spain.
Why you should make use of Intlmovers' online service
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- Our international removalists have years of experience with moves to Madrid, Spain.
- You can avoid the stress by letting international movers manage the logistics.
- A convenient way to compare international moving services in the comfort of your home.
Moving to Madrid, Spain
Not surprisingly, is a popular choice for many expats to relocate to the Spanish capital, not least being that it is the largest city and therefore offers a number of benefits.
Madrid has a population of just under 3.5 million residents, although the extended metropolitan area of Madrid has a total of nearly 6.5 million people, which makes it one of
the largest metro areas in the EU. This extensive area is generally broken down in to two distinct urban areas which are namely the inner ring and the outer ring.
Living in Madrid
The city of Madrid is broken down into a total of 21 districts: Centro, Arganzuela, Retiro, Salamanca, Chamartín, Tetuán, Chamberí, Fuencarral-El Pardo, Moncloa-Aravaca,
Latina, Carabanchel, Usera, Puente de Vallecas, Moratalaz, Ciudad Lineal, Hortaleza, Villaverde, Villa de Vallecas, Vicálvaro, San Blas, Barajas. When you arrive,
it is important that you register to obtain an NIE, an identification number for non-nationals of Spain. You should do this within 90 days of your arrival by attending
your local office or police station and providing your passport and paying the appropriate fee.
Climate in Madrid
Whilst Madrid is seen by many as a location that offers endless sunshine, whilst the Mediterranean climate offers residents hot and dry summers, the winters can be very cold and receive snowfall.
This is mainly a result of the city's height above sea level.
Cost of living in Madrid
In general, the cost of living in Spain is considered very reasonable, although the costs in the major cities including Madrid and Barcelona are generally the highest in the country. The wages in Spain are very low,
so in comparison with your living costs. Whilst the exact figures are dependent upon your chosen accommodation and lifestyle, the average weekly expenses for a comfortable way of life is quoted to be at between
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Obligation free quotes
It could not be easier to request and obtain a number of quotes for your international move to Madrid when you use the online service of Intlmovers. However,
all the quotes that you receive should be fairly evaluated by you to make sure that they meet your criteria. Choose the one that you feel best matches your needs and your budget.
Should you find that none of them are quite what you were expecting, you are under no obligation. All quotes supplied with Intlmovers are 100% obligation free!