- From just a few boxes
- Excess baggage
- Professional service
- Free storage (short term)
- Long term storage in London and paris at competitive prices
- Students discount
- Packaging services

- Removals London Paris, Paris London
- Friendly and reliable service
- Door to door service
- Flexible collection and delivery dates
- Competitive price plans
- Full removal insurance cover-up to £20,000 with no extra charge
- Antiques and art transport between London and Paris

- Motorcycle and scooter transport from london to Paris

- Parcel transport London Paris

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Aragon province


Aragon consists of three Provinces: Huesca, Teruel and Zaragoza

Capital: Zaragoza

The region of Aragon is separated from France by the Pyrenees and is home to many rivers most notably, the river Ebro.  Spain's largest river in volume, it runs west-east across the entire region through the province of Zaragoza. It is also home to the Aneto, the highest mountain in the Pyrenees.


Zaragoza: Zaragoza is in the valley of Ebro, Spain's most water-bearing river. It has picturesque villages, old traditions and popular customs.  Zaragoza was founded around 2000 years ago, where Old-Iberians, Romans, Goths and Arabians equally left their heritage. 


Teruel: Is a centre of cultural inheritance, its Islamic influence has been recognised by UNESCO.  Four of the towns churches are included in the World Heritage Site amongst which is the Mudejar Architecture of Aragon notably the city's ornate cathedral in the Mudejar style.  One of the best known monuments found here is the small statue of a bull on top of a tall column, known as El Torico ("the little bull"). It is located in the main square, Plaza Carlos Castell, more commonly known as the Plaza del Torico in the middle of the city centre.

Huesca: Huesca, located at the foot of the Pyrenean mountain range, offers landscapes of incredible beauty.

Food and Cuisine of the Region:
Tasty cured hams, roast pork and lamb, garlic soups and wholesome stews accompanied by beans, potatoes or rice make up a large part of local gastronomy. Somontano, Borja and other wines. Jamon Serrano (cured ham) in Ternel Migas, sweets inZaragoza. "Ternasco con patatas a lo pobre", one of the most popular dishes in Aragón. "Borrajas", vegetable typical of this zone. Peaches with red wine (from Calanda, in Teruel).

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unit 2, cornishway south

Galmington trading estate

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What our clients say


Thank you for the attached invoice which we shall attend to straightaway.

We would like to tell you how very happy we were with the move. Jack was extremely professional, courteous and cheerfully positive. Being accustomed to army moves every 15 months or so we have at times endured some difficult and awful experiences.  Jack was just great and it made the whole, rather sad, move bearable.  We trust he got back home safely.

We may well have another movement of furniture to UK coming up in August so if Jack was available then we would like him to help us if possible! Thanks also for the helpful phone and email contact we had prior to the move.
With best wishes


What RGTS Europe can transport

What we transport
-UK To France
-UK To Spain
-UK To Italy
-UK To Belgium
-UK To Ireland
-UK to Switzerland

- Motorbike, Scooter
- Quads ,Go kark
- Bicycles, pushbikes
- white goods
- Furniture
- Boxes, Archives
- Crates
- Personal belongings
- Suitcases
- Excess Luggage
- Trunks
- Travel bags
- Musical instruments
- Antiques
- Artwork
- Fragile objects
- Exhibition goods
- Outdoor Activity Toys
- Climbing Frames
- swings, slides
- Wendy houses
- Sheds
- Garden equipment
- Lawnmowers
- Ride on Mowers
- Micro tractors
- Garden Machinery
- Diy Goods
- Scaffolding
- Buiding equipment
- Car parts
- Engines, gearboxes
- Trailers (on tow)
- Caravan (on tow)
- Boats up to 5 m(on trailer)
- Jetskis (on trailer)