Moving to Monaco
International removals to Monaco
Our Monaco relocation services
We know it can be stressful to move countries, which is why WridgWays strives to make your moving experience smooth and hassle-free. When you are moving to Monaco our team of relocation experts have every aspect of your move covered, from securing storage, managing insurance to transporting your vehicles.
By trusting our team, we can guarantee your journey will be a pleasant and memorable experience. You can sit back and relax, and enjoy the exciting adventure of moving to Monaco.
With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move from packing up to settling in.
Anywhere In The World
Our team is located all over the world and across Australia, so if you are planning a move, get in touch; we’ll be nearby and ready to help you relocate.
We have plenty of services to assist you with settling into your new home. These include visa and immigration assistance, school and home search and much more.
Nil Excess Insurance Option
With some of the lowest moving insurance rates in the country, you can be assured your belongings are covered during storage and transit periods.
125+ Years’ Experience
We have over 125 years of experience in helping Australians move, and aren’t about to slow down anytime soon. WridgWays strives to deliver excellence to all our customers, and is committed to continuing our legacy.
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Reasons to move to Monaco
Despite being small in population and only the size of New York’s Central Park, Monaco has some impressive architecture. Some notable architecture include the Grand Casino de Monte Carlo, the famous entertainment and gambling complex; the Hermitage Hotel, which has a masterfully designed interior and Hexa Grace, a tiled multi-coloured roof that overlooks the ocean.
Monaco introduced the tradition of no income tax in 1869 after the success of the Grand Casino de Monte Carlo. Because it was so profitable, the government decided to stop taxing its residents, which is why today many of the world’s elite use Monaco as a haven for their international wealth.
Low crime rate
There is one policeman for every hundred people in Monaco, and a 24 hour video surveillance for the entire state, and the majority of residents are extremely wealthy, so the rate of crime is very low in Monaco. The police presence is armed, served by both men and women and is the largest per-area and per-capita basis. You can feel quite safe walking the streets with the knowledge that Monaco is abundantly secure.
The high quality of living in Monaco has meant many wealthy residents have flocked to live in the principality and have very high average net worths.There is no poverty in Monaco, with one third of the population being comprised of millionaires. Everything as a result is on the higher-end scale of things, from healthcare, to facilities, to food.
Monaco moving facts
- Monaco’s has a population of 38,499 people (2016)
- Monaco is the second smallest and most densely populated sovereign state in the world
- There are approximately 19,009 people per square km²
- You can walk the entire country’s width within an hour
- Monaco is only 3/5ths of New York’s Central Park, having a size of 2.02km²
- The official language of Monaco is French
- Monaco is home to the internationally known Grand Prix, a Formula One motor race held every year through the streets of the city
- There is one university and ten state-operated schools in Monaco