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Europe is one of the most populated continents in the world. It is also one of the smallest continents in the world.

Europe is a tourist attraction. It entertains more than half of the global tourist market taking in more than 480 million international visitors per year.

If you take a look at the top 10 most visited countries, 7 out of those 10 are European nations.

Thinking about moving to a country in Europe? Planning to take your family along?

We’ve put together everything you need to know about relocating along with a list of all the major countries in Europe.

1. Relocating to Italy?

Italy has a fairly big economy ranking eighth in the world. With around 51 million tourists coming in every year, it turns out to be the fifth most visited country in the world.

Italy has also made quite an impression on the trade and exports markets.

Learn more about an expat’s life in Italy, in this detailed destination guide.

2. Moving to Russia with your family?

Russia is humongous, spanning 9 different time zones. It is the largest country in the world.

Russia holds the largest forest reserve in the world. It is estimated that Russia has 30% of the world’s natural resources which amounts to about $75 trillion according to the world bank.

As a result of this Russia has an abundance of precious metals, oil and natural gases contributing generously to their imports.

Take a look at our destination guide and find out everything you need know before moving to Russia.

3. Relocating to Spain with your family?

Spain, or the Kingdom of Spain as it is officially called is the second largest country in Europe.

The Spanish language is one of the most spoken languages worldwide with around 46 million people speaking it.

It is a country rich with culture that you should familiarize yourself with if you plan to move there.

Learn more about the country in our destination guide along with all the information you’ll need before relocating to Spain.

4. Moving to Switzerland for work?

The people living in Switzerland believe in living life at its best, whether it comes to food or houses. The streets are clean and the crime rate is low which is adds to the beauty.

Work ethics of the Swiss are commendable having an 8 am to 5 pm work hour after which they’re not allowed to work.

Want to know more about Switzerland? Our destination guide on Switzerland will give you all the important information you need before moving there.

5. Relocating internationally with your family to the UK?

The United Kingdom is a part of the European sub continent along with three other countries, namely Whales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Each of these countries has a different set of culture that they follow, along with different laws, politics and different ruling parties as well.

The UK is famous for its old-fashioned houses, however, it is only structurally. You’ll find modern amenities in homes across the UK.

You can learn more about life of expats in UK in our destination guide.

Whether it is your first moving experience or you’ve done this before, here are some useful moving tips you could refer to for having a stress-free moving experience.

While you’re at it you can acquire some knowledge about customs and regulations in your selected destination. You could also use this move planner that will guide you step by step from the beginning of your move till the end.

Writer Relocations is one of India’s oldest moving company. We specialize in local relocationscommercial movesoffice relocations, and international removals. For a stress-free moving experience, get in touch with Writer Relocations 022-334-91787. Get a free moving quote for your move.

Learn more about life in various continents in our destination guides.