So you are used to doing quick orders from Amazon.
Shopping from Amazon.com is still an option in Europe, but you might quickly find there are complications, such as the ineligibility of quite a few items for international shipping and added delivery times, as well as taxes and customs.
Can I order from Amazon in another country?
Can I buy from an Amazon in one country if I live in a different country? The short answer is yes. You can. But that doesn’t mean that every item can go anywhere in the world – there’s no guarantee the item you want is available for shipping to your location.
Does Amazon ship internationally?
Amazon Global ships over 45 million items to over 100 countries and regions outside the U.S. Visit Amazon International Shipping to search and browse for items that qualify for international shipping. For the full list of eligible countries and regions, go to AmazonGlobal Export Countries and Regions.
What countries is Amazon available in?
Prime memberships are currently available in 17 countries: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UK and the US. What is Amazon’s largest market outside the US?
What European countries have Amazon?
Amazon has established marketplaces in five European countries that can reach up to 27 countries through Europe.
Currently Amazon supports bank accounts in the following countries: