The previous rule of quarantine for travellers going to Spain from France by air has been lifted and people can freely circulate.
At the international level outside the EU
Since the 1st of July, it was also possible to travel to 15 countries outside of the EU. France has published a list of countries where the epidemic is under control and where people can travel. This list should be reviewed and updated periodically during the course of the summer, with an update scheduled for mid-July.
Currently, it is possible to travel from France to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, South Korea and Rwanda. The borders are still closed with the united States, Brazil, Turkey and Russia.
It is possible to go on vacation freely to the interior of France.
Airlines such as easyJet and Air France offer different routes for travelling from Paris to Nice, Paris to Bordeaux, Paris, Toulouse, Lyon to Biarritz and Nantes, Toulouse to Nantes. There are also tickets available for the Corsica at the start of Lyon, Toulouse and Paris with easyJet.
There will be health and the control of the temperature in the airports, and you must wear a mask at the airport and on the plane.
If you are traveling within France, you need to book train tickets in advance. Wearing a mask is compulsory on public transport, including trains.
Coaches like Blablabus and Flexibus also resumed, with a limited number of axes to gradually increase during the summer.
It is also possible to travel to overseas such as Guadeloupe. There will be no quarantine upon arrival from the 10th of July, but a Covid-19 test must be undertaken before leaving the country to show the authorities on arrival.
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