When we think about shipping to Greece, we recall the sea, or seas, since there are so many that bathe its coastline. Its shores (yes plural) are found in the Mediterranean, but in turn the Ionian, the Aegean, the Cretan, the Libyan, and even the Adriatic seas. We call Malta the most Mediterranean country and Italy as the land of beauty. But, let’s talk about the Hellenic Republic, its official name. A small nation with a lot to offer.
On June 23, the British decided in a referendum that they wanted to leave the European Union, known as the infamous Brexit. The threat of “Brexit” had been confirmed. From now on, the United Kingdom and the European Union begin a negotiation process that will decide what relations they will maintain in the future.
At present, all transport to and from the United Kingdom and the European Union will continue to be handled as before, i.e. under free movement of goods and without customs controls, except for goods such as alcoholic beverages, tobacco and fuels, which are subject to excise duty. Read More
Sailing from the Cantabrian Sea towards the north, we find a large island dominated by the green. We mean the land of the Celts, a small country with a spotty recent history closely linked to economic swings. And nowadays a major destination for many Spanish. Welcome to Ireland, which from its resemblance could compare with Asturias, the country of the dark beer, the leprechauns and the four leaf clovers. Read More
So our protagonist is this country located just by the Alps and filled with cheese, chocolate, banks and bikes! Switzerland is an interesting country surrounded by France, Germany, Austria and Italy but it’s not part of the European Union.
The first thing you notice is that it is a very multilingual country, using one language or the other of a majority according to each “canton” (equivalent to a state). Read More