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The Algarve in Portugal is a favourite destination for many holidaymakers from the UK, and with good reason. Apart from any other considerations, the climate is great, with over 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, and cooling ocean breezes which reduce the heat of summer to a comfortable level. The Algarve is also easy to reach from the UK, Faro being just a two-and-a-half-hour flight. There is also a modern, fast motorway network when you arrive. 
Moving house anywhere is known to be one of the most stressful experiences that most people ever have, yet the average person moves house every seven years. If you have moved before, even if it is only within the same town, you will know how stressful it is, but it is doubly so when you are moving to a far part of the UK from where you live, where you don’t know anyone. It is even more so if you are moving abroad, especially to a country where they speak a different language. Not only are you moving to somewhere strange, but you have to learn another language as well. 
Saving money is always important, but when it comes to relocating overseas and arranging international removals, every penny saved is crucial. For new movers, the total costs always end up being considerably greater than first predicted. 
Many people move to Portugal each year from the UK. Natural beauty, cheaper house prices, and amazing culture are just some of the draws. 
Uncertainty about the UK’s economic future, as well as growing dissatisfaction with decisions made by the government, have also led some to seek greener pastures. While others, admittedly, simply desire a warmer and more affordable place to retire. 
If you are going to move overseas, it can be something really exciting, and at the same time unnerving. Leaving your home country, and family and friends is really a big undertaking: even though we have things such as Facetime, it is not quite the same as popping round for a coffee or a glass of vino. 
Here’s the good news: if you are moving anywhere in Lancashire – or for that matter anywhere else in the UK – the latest rules are that you can do so provided that the removal company can comply with the regulations regarding safety and social distancing, and if the removal date cannot be changed. 
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