COVID-19 and Travel Advice for France

Travel Advice for France (Coronavirus)
(Updated 1st August 2022)

Vaccination requirements:

From 1 August 2022, all COVID-19 travel restrictions for travellers to France have been lifted. The rules that previous applied to travellers coming to France no longer apply:

  • You are no longer required to present proof of vaccination
  • You are no longer required to fill out any forms prior to your arrival in France, such as a justification for travel or a sworn statement
  • You are no longer required to show proof of a negative PCR or antigen test upon arrival in France

Entry requirements for France are the same for all travellers, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.

As members of ABTA and AITO, we are monitoring the situation and are being kept directly informed about UK Government policy and travel advice as a result of COVID-19 as soon as it is released. Any decision to travel is ultimately for our clients to decide. However it is clear that there is quite a bit of misinformation and speculation in the public domain and we believe we need to keep events in perspective.

ABTA says: "The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice is in relation to imminent departures and it is too early to say that your holiday cannot go ahead as planned. Therefore, customers with future departure dates will be required to wait to find out whether the advice changes and their holiday can continue as planned."

If your pilgrimage with us is affected, we will be in touch with you. 

Our policy on cancelling a tour:

If we have to cancel a tour following travel advice issued by the UK Government, you would receive a refund or the option to postpone. If you wish to cancel a tour which is operating as normal, then please contact us so we can discuss the situation with you. Our office is closed in line with government requirements, however our phonelines open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 09.00 to 16.30, Wednesday 10.00 to 16.30 and Friday 09.00 to 16.00.

We will be in touch with you if your pilgrimage is affected.