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Migrants in the UK

The best Christmas markets in Europe

Among the best events of the Christmas holidays are the Christmas Markets that can be found throughout the UK and Europe. Not only do they offer a great place to find unique and fun gifts, they also offer excellent food, entertainment and a great deal of Christmas tradition. Here is our list of some of...

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Migrants in the UK

Best Christmas markets in the UK

Sure it may seem as if your summer holiday has just ended; however, it’s now time to begin planning for the upcoming Christmas season. One of the best ways to get into the holiday spirit is a visit to a Christmas Market. Not only can you find some traditional and unique gifts and decorations, the...

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How to meet new people in a new country

Moving to a new place can be stressful. In fact, many sociologists rank moving as one of the top three stressful situations we encounter. And the stress factor is even higher if you’re moving to a new country! In this installment, we list some tips and tricks for meeting new people in a new country....

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Top 7 German restaurants in the UK

Whenever you hear someone talk about ‘home’, inevitably the topic of food comes up. Few things remind us of home as the foods we grew up enjoying. It’s also common for those planning a holiday to a new country to try the food even before they do any research on other sights and activities in...

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We reveal our Refer a Friend competition winner!

Throughout August, we ran our Refer a Friend competition: if you referred a friend to use TransferGo and your friend made a transfer of £50 or more, you were entered into a prize draw to win a £200 Amazon voucher! We also had 50 runners up who each won a £20 Amazon voucher – what a...

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Where to find the best mici in the UK

Every country has its “signature” comfort food. In the UK it’s fish and chips, in the US it’s burgers, and in Romania it’s mici. Mici, or more formally mititei, is made from ground meat and spices and served in small portions typically with mustard, sweet bread and Romanian pickles, known as murături. The sausage-shaped mici look...

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