Moving to Dublin from Canada

Relocating to Dublin

There are already about 2000 Canadians, kindred spirits, living among the “Edinburghers”. As Scotland’s capital for a hundred years it is also the countries second largest city and the UK’s second largest financial center. The city of half a million or so is part of the one and a half million in that local commercial market area.

The best months to move in, are February, March April and May. The average temperature is reasonable, as is the average participation and sunshine. Unfortunately, to arrive at that time, shipping possessions via container across the Atlantic in winter can be problematic for lacquer finished furniture, and securely packing the container more important to deal with the shifting caused by the winter oceans.

Edinburgh is one of the oldest cities in the world. The costs of real estate and typical building designs encourage accommodations to be smaller and access to be more challenging. What you take with you should be carefully considered, most specifically about it matching the space available. Simply put, take only those items that bring real joy to your life.

Coordinating your move in together with the various registrations for local services make having a cell phone number already established a real benefit. Luckily you will be pleasantly surprised at just how reasonable the rates and monthly plans are compared to Canada.

The Scots do speak English, along with a language and vernacular all their own. Beyond the typical need to fill in government forms meaningfully, communicating has ever present cultural implications that are a glorious part of Scotland.