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This article is mainly aimed at British citizens who are looking to buy a property in France next year, either for use as a holiday home or permanent home.  
 

The 9th August has been confirmed as the date quarantine will no longer be required on arrival in the UK from France.  'Vaccine passports' and COVID tests will still be required, but, France will rejoin other European countries on the amber list which means that if you have been fully vaccinated and you are travelling to the UK from a 'green' or 'amber' listed country, you will no longer have to quarantine for 10 days.

If you’re planning a trip to France it might be worth getting to grips with currency before you go. The timing of your currency transfer can make a huge difference to your budget.  

Here’s a quick update on the current GBP / Euro situation: 

The Covid restrictions for travel to France from the UK and the US, changed earlier this week and came into effect on 9th June. The French government have announced new ‘Vaccine Passport’ rules that allow people from the UK and America who are fully vaccinated to travel to France for any purpose, including holidays. If you’re considering a visit to France here’s what you need to know. 
 

If you've long dreamt of having a pied-a-terre across the channel we'd love to hear all about your plans!  Over the last few months, people have been getting in touch as recent global events have served as the perfect nudge to make their long-held dreams a reality.  

If you find yourself with a spare moment and a cup of tea in hand, do give us a call and talk through your thoughts so far.  We'd be very happy to discuss your plans and the pro's and con's of different areas of France and generally offer help and support as you prepare for a viewing trip.  

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