How many of you have wished for once in your life to unhinge every scheme? To move away from monotony and receive a breath of fresh air? If you need to change course, the solution is there for you! At Realigro, we have created a mini guide tailored to your needs! The country we have chosen today is a small jewel located in the heart of Europe, whose motto best expresses its strong identity: "we want to remain who we are". We are talking about Luxembourg, the Grand Duchy (the only one in the world) with no landings on the sea.
A member of the EU, NATO and Benelux, it is the most important hub in Europe, with many European institutions and agencies, so if you are ready to discover more, and maybe you are interested in buying a property in Luxembourg, you just have to make yourself comfortable: our guide to discover Luxembourg is about to begin!
Let's start by saying that geographically, this country is crossed by several valleys and hills. The climate is temperate, with winters that, with mild temperatures, are able to develop deciduous forests. one of the characteristics typical of this state, we undoubtedly identify the presence of different ethnic groups. First of all the Portuguese, followed by the French and Italians, but what are the documents needed to access this state? To travel in this country you need a valid document of recognition. We remind you that the country is part of the Schengen area. For any problems related to the residual validity of the document, we recommend that you ask at the Embassy or Consulate. as regards the health situation, there are no compulsory vaccinations and the facilities located on the territory of Luxembourg widely comply with European standards. the official language is Luxembourgish but are also spoken French and German. analyzing the local economy, we decided to include a small list with the typical products of the basket of goods, to better understand what is actually the cost of living in Luxembourg.
Menu of the day in the business district: 12€
Menu in Fast Food: 8€
House expenses for 1 month: 208€
1lt of gasoline: 1.33€
Monthly ticket for public transport: 34€
Beer : € 3.50
One bottle of water 0,33 L: € 1.93
One litre of milk : € 1.01
12 eggs : € 3.23
Generally, therefore, we can say that Luxembourg is the ideal destination for those who want to invest (also to open an offshore company) . From the financial point of view, in fact, there are many tax advantages: taxation is not too low but everything is proportionate to the salary. Those who wish to live and work in Luxembourg, have before them a wide range of choices, since there are several activities that can be carried out (among other things well paid).
And now we come to the salient point of our guide: where and how to buy a house in Luxembourg?
It is important to underline that in this land the houses are entirely surrounded by greenery and nature. With a high level of security, it is possible to live optimally throughout the country, regardless of the areas selected.
On average, it takes about 5,000 euros per square meter to buy an existing apartment and 6,300 euros per square meter for new apartments. In the capital you can even start from 10,000 euros per square meter, but you know, the capital hosts the largest economic and political activities in Europe. Apart from Luxembourg, two other very popular realities are the cities of Strassen and Diekirch.
What can I say, we hope that our guide has been useful to help you resolve any doubts about this land ... we wish you a pleasant journey !
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