Big metropolis or a big garden? City’s pulse or village’s slow pace of life? Culture or nature? If you are going to move, it’s so important to pick a good location! That’s why we prepare a short list of differences between living in the big metropolis and calm villages. So… keep calm and choose wisely!
Living in a city
It’s been heard for ages that living in the city is much more enjoyable, exciting and easy than living in the village. The reason behind such opinions is because in metropolises there are a lot of opportunities. You can find there great facilities for education, job offers, medical treatments, cultural events which make life more interesting and rich in new experiences. But, on the other hand, when coming to the food habits, city people are sick more often than people living in the village. Why? Because of eating too much fast food and working too much not having time for hobby, friends and family. Additionally, city people are living in a highly polluted environment leading to allergic diseases which are dangerous especially for small children. The cost of living is also very high. Most goods are very expensive, not mention the cost of renting or buying an apartment. There are of course a lot of advantages of living in the metropolis. Working or studying in town means that the world is at your doorstep. Do you love tango? You’ll easily find a dance school. Is your dream to be an actor? No problem, you can enrol in the acting courses. In the city, you can be whoever you want and do whatever you are dreaming about. What’s more, the metropolis will teach you tolerance. It is one of the most diverse places in the world. On the one hand, you will find there rudeness, haste, and no respect, on the other hand, there is empathy, politeness, support and people representing different cultures and religions.
Living in a village
Though the way of life in the village is not as exciting as in the cities, people are more warm, helpful and welcoming. They know each other better, help their neighbours and feel accepted. But, on the other hand, your privacy will be hard to maintain – in the small countryside everybody knows everything about everyone. A huge advantage of living in the village is a health condition. Village people are less vulnerable to many diseases because of their eating habits. They stick to the traditional food growing in their gardens with no pollution and pesticides. They are also more self-sufficient and sporty – spending a lot of time in the fresh air is good both for physical and mental health. Village life is also cheap. You can grow your own vegetables and fruits and buy food in local shops. Also renting a house isn’t expensive, even with a garage and a huge garden. Additionally, village means a space – for you, your family and your pets. Your kids can play in the fresh air: kicking a football or building a snowman and they won’t be bothering anyone. You can also let the dog out, go for a long walk or practice yoga in front of your house. Living in the countryside, you aren’t reliant on public transport. If you are working in the nearest town, you can get there by car and not have to spend time in an overcrowded metro or bus. Finally, village life is much safer than the city life. There are almost no cars, no crime, no violence.
What do you choose? A city or a village?
Move with FV removals team
It doesn’t matter if you decide to move to the village or to the city, with FV Removals it’ll be an adventure! Our moving experts (David, Jacob, Arek, Mark, and Bartek) know everything about removals and can overcome each obstacle which can emerge during a moving day. You want to move your already packed stuff to your new home? No problem! Our Man and Van service is a perfect solution! We can also clean your apartment after a removal, assemble and disassemble furniture, pack and unpack your belongings and transport them to your new place of living. We believe in communication and mutual respect that’s why we always carefully listen to our clients and try our best to fulfil their needs. If you want to get a free assessment, have any questions or doubts, fill in a Quote Request Form or contact us via email or social media. We are there for you!