Tuscany can be found on Italy’s west coast and is fondly regarded as one of the most popular destinations to enjoy, as a visitor or resident. Diverse in its offerings, with world-renowned art cities, including Florence, Lucca, Pisa and Siena, to the idyllic countryside; the small towns, castles, villages and villas, and, of course, vineyards of Tuscany, all of which are a far cry from the vibrant, larger Tuscan cities.
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There is a multitude of reasons to invest in Tuscany real estate for sale. From the idyllic countryside, filled with credited vineyards that offer some of the most recognised wines in the world, to the cosmopolitan cities that house renowned treasures, as well as hidden gems, to explore. The region that gave birth to the romantic Renaissance movement is famous for its culture and rolling hills, but unsurprisingly its coastal backdrops are somewhat forgotten amongst the many offerings for international tourists. You could travel in a convertible car from your holiday home in Tuscany, through patterned fields and wide country lanes, to the white sand beaches one day, then walk in the shadow of grand architecture, that frame the cobbled pathways, in the iconic city of Florence the next. It is no wonder that people fall in love with Tuscany.
Postcard-worthy beaches. Year-round, pleasant climate, with consistent temperatures of around 30°c. An abundance of colour, from the environmental wonders of the sea, sands and luscious greenery to the white-washed architecture. It is no surprise that entrepreneurs are jumping at the chance to live in this beautiful environment while taking advantage of the booming business sphere in the city of Bridgetown. A comfortable commute from a host of international hubs such as London, Toronto, New York and Miami, with daily direct flights, this destination can be the ideal location for commuting businessmen and women to enjoy the best of both worlds.
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With so many countries to choose from, it can be difficult to narrow down your options for which location would make an ideal setting for your holiday home. It is therefore advised to conduct thorough research into the property market, the towns and villages of your favourite countries and their lifestyle to decipher which would be the best choice to suit you and your family. Specialist teams, such as Prestige Property Group, who deal with international property markets and investors on a frequent basis can offer expert advice that you will never find on the internet. Asking experts about thriving tourist spots and property markets that offer the best value for money can help you pinpoint where your new holiday home should be located and even direct you to options you may not have considered before.
A study has identified that as many as two-thirds of expatriates stated that they feel happier and healthier than they were when living in the UK.
Health insurer Axa PPP International, who conducted and published the research, cited that a majority of expatriates opt to relocate to another country because they are seeking adventure.