If you’re looking to buy a holiday home in France, you may wish to take your furry friend with you when you visit. However, how have the requirements changed post-Brexit? After some confusion, the French government has now outlined the rules.
The North of France may not have quite as much sunshine as the South, but it certainly makes up for this in terms of beautiful towns and villages, fascinating history, incredible monuments and some stunning properties for sale at reasonable prices.
You’ve bought the perfect home in France and now is the time to start renovations and decorating. But how do you create that perfect blend of personal “must haves” whilst retaining the property’s authenticity? Well, decorate like the French do, of course…
The anticipated relaxation of travel rules for British and other non-EU visitors to France has finally arrived. So what better time to start planning your travel to France, in search of the property of your dreams? Even better, there are new flight routes from the UK and USA, and a bold expansion of train services to France.
There are some truly fabulous properties in the South of France, ranging from small bungalows and ancient village properties to ritzy mansions with infinity pools. The rich and famous have always flocked here.
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