Removals in Madrid

Looking for a Reputable Removal Company to Move you WITH-IN or FROM Madrid Spain?

Removals Company in Madrid

Then Matthew James Removals & Storage in Spain should be your first port of call. With a depot in Mijas on the Costa del Sol Matthew James is able to Collect your personal effects and furniture from any area in Madrid Spain , from any property big or small with delivery door to door / room to room to any local or national Spanish destination.

Although you are looking for a Madrid Removal Company choose one of the British one’s based in Spain such as Matthew James.

Our company has been accredited to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. We are members of IAM (International Association of Movers), the world’s largest trade association for the global moving industry.

Matthew James firmly believe no other company can match our quality of service for the same price Spanish or English.

Your Removal Quote Will Include:

  • Insurance

  • Hanging Wardrobe boxes

  • Tailor Made Padded Sofa Covers

  • Boxes, Paper, Tape (as many as you require for your removal free )

  • Hanging Wardrobe boxes

  • Plastic Mattress covers

  • Modern, Clean and reliable vehicles

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    HOW YOUR EUROPEAN MOVE WILL WORK

    At Matthew James we are commited to ensuring your big moving day runs smoothly and stress free.

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    1. Small vehicles for collecting your european move

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    2. Example of a chair before export packing and after.

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    3. Sideboard fully export wraped, numbered and inventoried.

    4. All fabrics are fully plastic wrapped to enable them to stay free of dust.

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    5. Hanging wardrobe boxes for all your hanging clothes.
     

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    6. Label with item’s number, details and description.

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    7. Full numbered inventory of everyitem and its description.

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    8. Your goods arrive safely on our road train at its destination.

    Living in Madrid

    Madrid is the most touristic city of Spain, being a popular destination for city breaks from all over the world. During the economic boom in Spain from 1959 to 1973, the city experienced unprecedented, extraordinary development in terms of population and wealth.

    The south of Madrid became very industrialized, and there were massive migrations from rural areas of Spain into the city. Madrid’s newly built north-western districts  became the home of the new thriving middle class that appeared as result of the 1960s Spanish economic boom. The demographic boom accelerated in the late 1990s and early first decade of the 21st century due to international immigration , in response to a surge in Spanish economic growth.

    Madrid has attracted many immigrants from around the world. About 83.8% of the inhabitants are Spaniards, while people of other origins, including immigrants from Latin America, Europe, Asia, North Africa and West Africa, represented 16.2% of the population.

    Madrid is divided into 21 districts Among the most favoured areas for expats are the old central barrio (district) of Lavapies,  residential suburb of Chamartín, stylish urbanised “satellite” towns of Pozuelo de Alarcón, Majadahonda  and Las Rozas, and deluxe enclave of La Moraleja  where well-heeled expats like the recently arrived Beckhams (Real Madrid player David and ‘Posh’ ex Spice Girl Victoria) have chosen to live.

    Madrid is the European city with the highest number of trees and green surface per inhabitant  and it has the second highest number of aligned trees in the world, with 248,000 units, only exceeded by Tokyo. Madrid’s citizens have access to a green area within a 15 minute walk. Since 1997, green areas have increased by 16%. At present, 8.2% of Madrid’s grounds are green areas, meaning that there are 172 sq ft of green area per inhabitant, far exceeding the 108 sq ft per inhabitant recommended by the World Health Organization .

    The nightlife in Madrid is one of the city’s main attractions. Tapas bars, cocktail bars, clubs, jazz lounges, live music venues, flamenco theatres and establishments of all kinds cater to all. Some of the most popular night destinations include the neighbourhoods of: Bilbao , Tribunal, Atocha, Alonso Martinez or Moncloa, together with Puerta del Sol area.

    Madrid hosts the largest Plaza de Toros (bullring) in Spain, Las Ventas, established in 1929. Las Ventas is considered by many to be the world centre of bullfighting and has a seating capacity of almost 25,000. Madrid’s bullfighting season begins in March and ends in October.

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    State Education in Spain  is free, and compulsory from 6 to 16 years. The current education system is called LOE (Ley Orgánica de Educación). Madrid is home to a large number of public and private universities . Some of them are among the oldest in the world, and many of them are the most prestigious universities in Spain.

    Madrid is served by highly developed communication infrastructures, making the Spanish capital the leading logistics hub for both Spain and all of southern Europe. Madrid-Barajas Airport , Spain’s flagship airport and one of the largest in the world. is Spain’s busiest airport, and is the main hub of Iberia Airlines. Spain’s railway system, the Red Nacional de Ferrocarriles Españoles (RENFE)  operates the vast majority of Spain’s railways. Serving a population of some five million, the Madrid Metro  is one of the most expansive and fastest-growing metro networks in the world. With the addition of a loop serving suburbs to Madrid’s south-west “Metrosur“, it is now the second largest metro system in Western Europe, second only to London’s Underground.

    Removal Company Madrid

    Matthew James Removals in Spain have excellent knowledge and experience in the roads, properties and businesses in and around Madrid Spain :

    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

    If you are moving To or From any of the areas listed above then please don’t hesitate to contact our Bi-Lingual Staff for more information, advice or a Competitive Price for your Local Move in Spain

    Our Address in Barcelona

    Matthew James Removals & Storage SL
    C/Anselm Clave
    S/N Pol 16, Sant Feliu
    De LloBregat
    Barcelona
    08980
    Tel: (0034) 931 84 54 94
    Tel: 0044 (0) 1322 251 000

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