Updated 12 May 2022
Travel restrictions and testing now dropped for all vaccinated clients.
Requirements to enter France
If you are fully vaccinated* - you only need to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination at the border/passport control (12 years and over).
All children under 12 years old are exempt from all COVID-19 travel restrictions.
The UK’s NHS proof of COVID-19 vaccination is accepted. We recommend that you take a printed copy with you in case your phone dies.
For travellers aged 18 and over, France will recognise you as ‘vaccinated’ for entry purposes if you completed your initial vaccine course within the last 9 months. If more than 9 months have elapsed since your initial course you will need to have had a booster jab. If you have not since received a booster, you will be considered unvaccinated and must follow the rules detailed below.
If you are not fully vaccinated* - you will need to provide a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours or an antigen test result taken within 48 hours of pre-departure (applies when aged 12 or over).
*If travelling from a country other than the UK you should check for any applicable rules.
Please make sure you check the requirements on the UK and French Government website for latest requirements. If you need any assistance please call or email us.
When in France
The rules in France are now in line with our rules in the UK. There are no further restrictions in France. The only exception being that masks are needed if visiting a doctor or hospital.