Move to the Czech Republic with Alphaservice

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Welcome Czech Republic

Emigrating to the Czech Republic

To help you with your planning, we have compiled some useful information.
In 2018, 869 Germans officially emigrated to the Czech Republic and 598 returned home.Within the 10 years from 2008 to 2017, 8,860 Germans officially emigrated to the Czech Republic and 6,675 moved back to Germany.
In 2017, there were officially 21,279 Germans living in the Czech Republic, as well as about 20,000 other German speakers.
Czechs are the largest population group (about 90 % of the population), followed by Moravians (4 %) and Slovaks (2 %).Other minorities come from Poland, Ukraine, Vietnam and Russia.
In 2017, 4.1 % of the population were immigrants.
Czech is spoken by most of the inhabitants.

How long does it take to move to the Czech Republic?

Immigration, permanent residence, residence permit: An obligation to register with the locally competent aliens police exists for the EU citizen within 30 days. However, this does not apply when staying in a hotel or guesthouse.EU citizens are entitled (not obliged) to apply for an EC residence permit at the locally competent aliens authority ( To apply, you need a valid identity card or passport as well as two passport photos, the reason for your stay (e.g. employment contract) and proof of health insurance.
Whether you are relocating to Prague, Ostrava, Pilsen or planning to move elsewhere in this beautiful country, choosing the right removal company to safely store and professionally transport your belongings is essential. 
We have been handling removals to and from the Czech Republic professionally and damage-free for our customers for 30 years.  The table below gives you an approximate overview of the transit time you can expect when moving to the Czech Republic, for example from Leverkusen to Prague:
Umzugsgröße Dauer
1 Zimmer 1-2 Tage
2  Zimmer 2-3 Tage
3 Zimmer 2-3 Tage
4 Zimmer 2-3 Tage
5 Zimmer 3-5 Tage

Benefit from the experience of Alphaservice

We settle accounts directly with the German Armed Forces, employers and the Employment Agency and European organisations.
Storage possible in many German cities (e.g. Duisburg, Leverkusen, Mannheim).
Further services can be booked, e.g. piano and safe removals.
Turnkey complete removals on request ("all-round carefree") or only partial services.T
emporary storage also possible in Pilsen, Prague and Ostrava.
No hidden costs when moving to the Czech Republic.

Reliable and inexpensive relocation to the Czech Republic with Alpha Service from Germany

If you are looking for a removal company that will take care of your move Czech Republic then please call us right away!You have come to the right place, we specialise in international removals. Our staff will take care of your belongings on site and ensure a smooth move into your new home. We will help you to make your move as pleasant as possible. 
Moving to the Czech Republic - Costs
Because there are so many variables, it is often difficult to estimate the cost of international removals, as they can vary considerably. In any case, you should include the following factors in your planning when moving to the Czech Republic.
Mode of transport:
Moving by air is generally the fastest, but also more expensive. Alternatively, there are many routes for land freight, which is usually cheaper.
Size of the move:
The size and weight of the possessions, will affect the cost as the calculation of the price is based on the weight and space requirements of the goods to be moved.
Please fill out our form accurately and completely so that we can provide you with a binding quote.
Special moving boxes and packaging are the best solution to ensure that fragile items are transported safely.
Like any foreign move, moving to the Czech Republic is a challenge. Then there is the language. The Czech language (obsolete Bohemian language; Czech: ceský jazyk or ceština) belongs to the West Slavic branch of the Indo-Germanic language family. Czech is spoken as a native language by around 10.6 million people (as of 2016), of whom approximately 10.4 million live in the Czech Republic, where it is the official language.
Since 1 May 2004, Czech has also been an official language of the EU. The science that deals with the Czech language is Bohemian studies. The first written Slavic language in today's Czech-speaking area was the Old Church Slavonic, written in Glagolitic, introduced in Great Moravia by the brothers Cyril and Methodius from 863 onwards. 
Most people who move to the Czech Republic from Germany usually bring a large part of their possessions with them.
However, in order to ensure that not only the transport, but the entire relocation goes off without complications, you should take care of the formalities as well as possible beforehand. Alpha Service advises you as your removal professional in an uncomplicated, personal and reliable manner.

Alphaservice, as your removal professional uncomplicated and reliable at a reasonable price.

How do you prepare your move to the Czech Republic?
Start planning two months before the move. The earlier you start, the greater the chances that your move will be a success.
Call Alphaservice and we will give you a competitive quote. This is the easiest way to move with a clear conscience. Alpha Service, which specialises in international removals, will ensure that everything runs smoothly. This will benefit you and can take the whole burden off your shoulders.
Our tips for moving to the Czech Republic:
* Organise your move at least 2 months in advance including placing the order.
* Remember all the necessary documents

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is an industrialised country. Its gross domestic product per inhabitant is the highest of the former CMEA members. The country ranked 26th in the world in the Human Development Index in 2019.
The Czech Republic is located in the earth's temperate zone. The average annual temperature was around 8.1 °C in the years after 1951 and around 10.0 °C in the last years before 2018. Winters are relatively mild (February: 0.5 °C) and summers are relatively cool (June: 18.6 °C). The annual precipitation in Prague was measured at 508 millimetres; a relatively low value due to its location in the lee of the Bohemian Forest, Upper Palatinate Forest and Ore Mountains. On 10 April 2014, the Czech Republic had a population of 10,517,400. In the 2001 census, Czechs formed the largest group with 90.5 per cent, followed by Moravians with 3.7 per cent and Slovaks with Czech citizenship with 1.9 per cent. Czechs and Moravians were not recorded separately until 1980.The number of foreigners has risen steadily since 2000 and more than doubled to 410,000 within nine years until 2008. As of 31 December 2016, 493,441 foreigners lived in the Czech Republic. This corresponds to 4.66 per cent of the population, a figure that is still well below the EU-wide average despite the sharp increase.Around 75 per cent of the Czech Republic's inhabitants live in cities. Life expectancy in 2015 was 78.2 years (men: 75.1 years, women: 81.2 years).The majority of Czechs live in their own properties: in 2008, around 40 per cent of households in the Czech Republic occupied their own house and 20 per cent of households their own flat. 
Form of government: The Czech Republic is a parliamentary republicCzechia (Czech Cesko, officially Czech Republic, Czech Ceská republika hear?/i) is a landlocked country in Central Europe with a population of around 10.5 million. It is made up of the historic lands of Bohemia (Cechy) and Moravia (Morava) and parts of Silesia (Slezsko).The country borders Germany to the west, Poland to the north, Slovakia to the east and Austria to the south. The capital and metropolis of the country is Prague (Czech: Praha), other major cities are Brno, Ostrava, Plzen, Liberec and Olomouc. In 1918, democratic Czechoslovakia was founded. In the spring of 1939 it was occupied and divided up by Nazi Germany, and the Czech part of the country was declared the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.The Czech Republic borders Germany (810.3 km) to the west and northwest, Poland (762 km) to the northeast, Slovakia (252 km) to the southeast and Austria (466 km) to the south.
The landlocked country is roughly equidistant from the Baltic Sea and the Adriatic Sea. The west-east extent of the Czech Republic is a maximum of 493 kilometres, the north-south extent 278 kilometres. Of the total area of 78,866 square kilometres, 67 % is flat and hilly land up to 500 m above sea level, 32 % is between 500 and 1000 m and about 1 % is above that. 3 % is water. The lowest point in the Czech Republic is the Elbe near Hrensko (115 m), the highest mountain is the Schneekoppe (1603 m).
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