Buying furniture in Würzburg

Great furniture in Würzburg

Würzburg is a beautiful city that represents a dream destination for any expat, as it makes feeling at home easy. However, you will never feel fully at home until your feels like home. The best, easiest and fastest way to achieve that is by furnishing your new home so that it actually feels like you; and even though many expats feel like going to IKEA as their first furniture stop, there are plenty of other options in the area that are worth the trip. Nevertheless, you should definitely travel by car as many of the big furniture stores are located on the outskirts of the city or in one of the industrial parts of Würzburg. This will also allow you to buy something on the spot and make it easy to transport it home right away. In order to help you have an easy start in Würzburg, here is a short list of some of the furniture stores in your area.

XXXL Neubert Würzburg

As part of the big furniture chain XXXL, XXXL Neubert Würzburg will always have some great promotions in stock for you, that may just allow you to get a great deal on a piece or two of their great quality products.

XXXL Neubert Würzburg

Phone: +49-931-6106-0

Mergentheimerstraße 59
97084 Würzburg

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Der Benno

This uniquely named store offers great individual styles, as well as sets that will lighten up just about any room of the house. The furniture at Der Benno is of good quality and generally affordable for most budgets.

Der Benno

Phone: 0931/2059 12 20

Heisenbergstrasse 4
97076 Würzburg-Lengfeld

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Möbel As

If you have to work with a rather small budget then Möbel As will definitely help you to find all that you need. With furniture at unbeatable prices, Möbel As is definitely a place that should be worth a trip.

Möbel As

Phone:  0931-20087-0

Nürnberger Straße 3, 97076 Würzburg

[email protected]


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