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Moving during the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Summer is a great time to move, especially for families. We have already written about the best times to relocate in our blog, depending on your country of departure and destination, and your personal situation... [...]

6 tips for a successful move with a pet

Are you moving to another country? New experiences await you and your family – including your pet! You already know that the first thing to do once your move has been confirmed is to contact a moving company with solid experience in international moving such as Indygo Moving Solutions... [...]

When is the best time to move?

Whether it is related to your New Year’s resolution (“This is the year we move abroad!”) or a desire to plan your year, especially the projects requiring a minimum of organisation, the beginning of the year is the perfect time to talk about moving – and in particular moving internationally! [...]

What is the best way to choose your international mover?

Are you planning a move abroad or a return home? Choosing a mover is crucial to smooth sailing during this stage of the process. Here are 6 key tips to help you choose your provider with confidence. [...]

Moving – how to choose your new destination?

Are you eager to embark on a new adventure or professional opportunity? Whether you're choosing your own new destination or moving for work, it's better not to move blindly to a new city. It is best to invest at least a bit of preparation in your relocation to avoid disappointment and ensure that the whole family appreciates your new city and life as soon as the move is complete. [...]

Moving to Poland

Economic dynamism, a high quality of life, security, cultural richness, diversity and beautiful landscapes, affordable cost of living, etc. Although Poland is not necessarily a well-known tourist destination, it definitely has many positive aspects, attracting foreigners from all over the world who take up permanent residence in the country. You will notice this immediately when you first visit Poland. [...]

Moving to Warsaw

Since the Polish capital is not particularly promoted abroad, settling in Warsaw may seem an unusual choice that is not understood by the people around you. Whether you are moving to Warsaw in connection with a professional transfer, to accompany a partner, to study or because you want to “do something else”, you won't regret it. [...]

Moving to Krakow

For foreigners, Krakow is undoubtedly the most well-known and frequently visited city in Poland. After the fall of communism in 1989, the city rapidly turned to tourism to boost its development. The beauty of the city, the high quality of higher education and knowledge of foreign languages by Poles have also contributed to attracting foreign investors. [...]