France travel: what will be possible this summer?

France travel this summer: passengers arrive at Heathrow Terminal 3, UK, September 1982
France travel this summer: passengers arrive at Heathrow Terminal 3, UK, September 1982

Travel within France is expected to restart this month as the country enters its second stage of deconfinement on June 2.

Cafes, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues such as theme parks in departments classed as having a low Covid-19 risk should then reopen, with sanitary measures in place. This should be all of France except Paris and the surrounding areas.

Holidays within France

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said the final go-ahead would be given at the end of May when the virus’ evolution could be gauged. He said that, with possible localised restrictions, he expects residents to be able to holiday within France ...

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