A Place in the Sun Live opens a week today

A Place in the Sun Live opens a week today

Europe's largest overseas property show, Channel 4's A Place in the Sun Live opens a week today, and there's still time to benefit from our advanced ticket offer of two tickets for £15, which comes with a FREE six month subscription to A Place in the Sun magazine.

The exhibition, which takes place at the NEC Birmingham between the 28th-30th September 2012, will bring together over 100 exhibitors selling property from around the world, plus a host of companies offering associated services from lawyers, foreign exchange experts and tax advisors to removals companies, pension specialists and emigration companies - all on hand to give you the advice, inspiration and expertise you need to find and buy your dream overseas property with confidence.

Throughout the weekend there will also be free-to-attend daily seminars in our dedicated feature areas The French Village, The Florida Pavilion, The Italian Pavilion and The Portuguese Pavilion as well as an area where you can learn all about fractional property ownership and The Buying Advice Seminar Theatre which includes daily sessions on buying property in Spain, renting out your overseas home and emigrating, if you're thinking of leaving the UK for good.

The Main Stage will allow visitors to take in interviews and buying advice from our celebrity presenters Jonnie Irwin, Jasmine Harman and Amanda Lamb, plus there's the opportunity to meet them at the magazine stand twice per day where you can ask them questions and talk to them about your overseas property buying plans.

There will be property for sale from countries including Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belize, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Canaries, Cape Verde, Caribbean, Cayman Islands, Crete, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Hungary, India, Italy, Kenya, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and the USA.

>> Find out more about the exhibition

>> See the exhibitor list

>> Book tickets


A Place In The Sun