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The Rules For Taking Your Pets To France Your pet must be over 12 weeks old, microchipped and have been vaccinated for Rabies at-least 21 days prior to travel. You will need to show an EU pet passport or a valid Animal Health Certificate coupled with with your pet’s vaccination record. When tra...
Top Dordogne Locations For Buying Property Dordogne came out recently as the most researched area on the Se Loger website for second/ holiday homes, and the most searched for location within the department is Saint-Cyprien. A vibrant and pretty village set in the heart of the southern reaches clo...
French Healthcare French healthcare is generally held to be excellent, and they are very big on preventative healthcare, something which probably explains the average life expectancy age of 83. The vast majority of patients overwhelmingly rate their overall experience highly, but this level of se...
Changes to French vaccine rules Recent changes to French law mean the old Health Pass is now the Vaccine Pass. For those who are fully vaccinated, there is no real difference between the old Pass Sanitaire and the Pass Vaccinal. But negative tests are no longer valid to access the Vaccine Pass (...
The Dordogne, Its Scenery, Lifestyles & Properties Dordogne is probably the most popular part of France for Brits buying property. It is also very popular with the Dutch and growing more and more so with the French too, as they are beginning to open their eyes to and explore the delights ...
Bastides were fortified towns built in the Middle Ages, created by the kings of France and England from 1150 to 1350 in South West France. They all have a checkerboard layout where streets and alleyways are arranged around a main central square. They were created to bring people together from the su...
Travel has been gradually easing to France for a little while now, with double vaccinated people from amber countries such as the UK able to visit without quarantine or a compelling reason to travel. You will however still need to present a negative PCR test or a rapid antigen no older than 72 hours...

La Rentrée 2020

2020-09-05
Do you remember that feeling of going back to school? That nervous excitement of seeing your friends for the first time in ages. Who has been abroad or got a new haircut? Will my pals like my new rucksack? Well this concept is a long held tradition in France come the end of the summer holidays, and...
The National Assemblée approved French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe’s plan for ‘déconfinement’ – a step by step return to normal for certain parts of French life which came into effect on Monday, including the wearing of masks on public transport, limited numbers for gatherings in publ...
Despite the numerous stories of French property renovation dreams turning into nightmares, the good news is that it truly is possible to buy an inexpensive property in France and to renovate it into a dream home. All it takes is plenty of research, lots of lists, much thinking and planning and the h...
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