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The travel requirements for your upcoming holiday to France may look rather different from what you have been used to in the past. When preparing for your upcoming French holiday, please ensure that you are familiar with everything that you will be required to do and act accordingly. You will not be able to travel to France without having completed these forms and purchased COVID-19 tests in advance.
The UK are currently on France's 'amber' list.
Our Sales Travel Experts and After Sales Care Team are on hand six days a week, from 9am to 5pm, to help answer any COVID queries that you might have. You may also be interested to read about the measures that we have taken to safeguard against the Coronavirus in our ski resorts.
Last update: October 14, 2021
Passengers who have received a full vaccination (two doses of an NHS administered vaccine at least 14 days prior to travelling)
Arrivals from the UK must provide:
Passengers who are 18 or older and unvaccinated, or not fully vaccinated
Passengers who are 0-17 years old
There is one compulsory form for your return to England:
Passengers who have received a full vaccination (two doses of an NHS vaccine administered at least 14 days prior to travelling)
Passengers who are not full vaccinated, and all children 11-17 years who are not fully vaccinated
Those returning to England must take a COVID-19 test whilst in France. This test must be undertaken within three days of your return flight; you can choose from:
Our health partners are Klarity and Qured, both of which are approved by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. You will receive an exclusive discount code via email for Qured after booking your holiday with us.
Please ensure that you take this test with you in your luggage when you travel. As the tests contain liquid, please ensure that you follow airline requirements.
All tests must be booked before you leave the UK.
These requirements apply to all persons who have received a full vaccination (two doses of an NHS administered vaccine at least 14 days ago) and those aged 5-18 years.
The red, amber and green traffic light system has been scrapped in England and replaced by a new "simplified system" for international travel with a single red list. The new single list system will remain in place until at least 2022. France is currently 'amber'.
From October 2021 onwards, it is hoped that holidaymakers will be able to take an alternative, cheaper lateral flow test. The government aims to have this in place for when people return from their half term breaks and will announce dates and further information in due course.
These requirements apply to all persons 18 years and above who have NOT received a full vaccination (two doses of an NHS vaccine administered at least 14 days prior to travelling).
If you would like to speak to a member of the team, contact us on 0207 3618 880 during opening hours.
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These requirements are to be used as guidelines only and should be used as the basis of your own research. As the instructions from the UK and International Governments are regularly reviewed, please check with our Health Partners, the FCDO and government websites for the latest requirements when travelling in and out of England.
The requirements outlined are only applicable for guests travelling to and from England, other parts of the UK and international travellers should seek further guidance as they may require following different protocols.