“Should I take my car with me to Cyprus?”

Lucie Robson of the CyprusBuyingGuide.com helps readers with their questions about buying and living in Cyprus. Article written by The Overseas Guides Company If you have a question that you would like to ask, drop her an email at Cyprus@overseasguidescompany.com. “Hi Lucie. I hope you can help me. I am torn between leaving my beloved [...]

By | October 21st, 2012|Articles|

August spells chaos on French roads

Summer time is here at last! Now before you get all carried away fantasising about a relaxed drive down to the south of France, with the wind in your hair there is one obstacle that you should prepare yourself for – traffic! Article written by The Overseas Guides Company In the few weeks of August, [...]

By | August 20th, 2012|Articles|

Third Istanbul airport a step closer

The Turkish Government has set the wheels in motion to nationalise a plot of land for Istanbul’s third airport, according to Turkish Transport Minister, Binali Yildirim, who expects a tender for the project to take place later this year. Article written by The Overseas Guides Company If all goes to plan, the first stage of [...]

By | August 17th, 2012|Articles|

Free motorway travel on Portugal’s Algarve continues

Residents of the Algarve have been given a three-month financial reprieve when using the controversial A22 toll road, with the announcement that the original “ten free trips concession” will now continue until the end of September. The formerly free A22 toll road stretches the width of the Algarve, and the introduction of electronic tolls in [...]

By | July 16th, 2012|Articles|

TAP Portugal launches more daily flights to Lisbon

Following on from the highly successful launch of TAP Portugal’s Manchester service last year, the airline has announced that they will be commencing seven non-stop flights a week from the city to Lisbon as of October 28 2012. TAP Portugal is Manchester’s only scheduled carrier offering direct flights to Lisbon. Flights will leave daily at [...]

By | July 4th, 2012|Articles|

Thinking of buying property in France?

It’s an exciting proposition, whether you’re buying a holiday home, or are moving to France full time. There’ll be lots to think about over the next few months and you’re likely to make a few trips to France too, whether it’s to view properties, attend meetings or get to know the area you’re buying in. [...]

By | June 20th, 2012|Articles|

“I shipped everything I owned to Australia”

Simply moving down the road is stressful enough so how do you even start to plan moving to the opposite side of the world? The Overseas Guides Company chatted to Robert from Hampshire who packed up all of his family's belongings and shipped it to their new home in Sydney back in 2006. Robert started [...]

By | May 29th, 2012|Articles|

Tips for moving abroad with your pet

We're sure that for all you animal lovers out there, the idea of leaving your pet behind when you emigrate is practically unbearable. We all know that pets can be a big part of the family and that you will do anything you can to make sure that they can join you in your new [...]

By | May 21st, 2012|Articles|

Tips for driving abroad

One of the first questions that will be raised when you are planning on relocating or buying a holiday home overseas is whether or not you will be able to drive while you are there. The last thing that you want is to plan your whole trip around hiring a car only to arrive and [...]

By | May 16th, 2012|Articles|

More cheap flights to Cyprus

Owners of property in Cyprus who live in the south of England will welcome Ryanair’s introduction of six new, year-round flights to Paphos from London Stansted. The new route will operate four times a week from London Stansted to the popular Cypriot holiday destination on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. Lucie Robson, writer of the [...]

By | May 15th, 2012|Articles|