Removals to Norway From Dublin
Norway, a Scandinavian haven evoking images of majestic mountains, awe-inspiring glaciers (there are around 2500 littering the landscape) and cavernous coastal fjords.
You can fish, you can hike, you can ski, you can even pretend to be a Viking and imagine yourself at the helm of one of the mighty ships displayed in the Viking Ship Museum, located in Oslo.
If you’re planning on moving to the land of the rising sun (Norway acquired this nickname due to the fact that a third of the country lies within the Artic Circle), you are in for a treat. In 2018 the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) ranked Norway as the best country in the world in which to live, a pretty impressive accolade!
Why is Norway Classed as The Best Country in the World?
Take in the stunning vistas, enjoy the high-quality education on offer, secure yourself a well-paid job, and feel safe as you stroll the streets. All of this (and much more) is possible if you relocate to Norway.
Find Your Happy Place
In 2017 Norway managed to nab first place the United Nations’ World Happiness Report 2017. The country scored highly on redeeming factors including freedom, generosity and honesty, and was considered to be a caring country offering good health and wealth to its inhabitants.
Earn a Decent Wage
Rich in oil and attracting many a tourist, Norway is renowned for its economic success. The salaries on offer are not only very good, but also very fair (men and women tend to earn the same here, which can’t be said for every country).
Feel Like an Integral Member of Society
The politicians of Norway have developed a society that takes its social obligation seriously.
Equality remains at the fore, and subsidised childcare is offered to encourage parents to return to the workplace. There’s a public health service offering quality medical care and public schools offering quality education.
Enjoy the Many Towns and Cities
Oslo has a cosmopolitan feel and a vibrant atmosphere. You will find plenty of museums, restaurants and shops, plus eye-catching architecture. Alongside the capital there are lots of other places to pique your interest in Norway too. There’s the pretty town of Trondheim with its Nidelva river and colourful houses perched on stilts, and the stunning town of Sognefjord which boasts the longest fjord in the country.
Let Us Help You Move to Norway
If you’re planning to relocate, you’re no doubt very excited, after all you will be moving to a new city or town and meeting lots of new people. However, relocating can also be a daunting (and unfortunately sometimes stressful) experience.
Make sure your move goes smoothly by planning ahead, and getting a helping hand from a professional worldwide removals company with a top-notch reputation. As an established, innovative and experienced removal company we can help with your move from Dublin to Norway.
Here at Get Cracking Removals we offer a bespoke service, and can help with your move whether you have a few boxes or a huge number of belongings in an international move. We offer a pallet and courier service and can accommodate part load and full loads (along with container shipments too). Let us help you make a success of your move – get in touch today and speak to our friendly and professional team.