Holidays for Britons have been off the cards due to the ban on international travel. However, British holidaymakers who have been vaccinated or come back with a negative coronavirus test may be able to visit France from June 9, according to the leaked plans.
President Emmanuel Macron plans to ease the nation’s restrictions on May 2, which includes lifting travel restrictions and easing the curfew currently in place.
With hopes that the number of daily Covid-19 cases will soon begin to fall, France is hoping to welcome back holidaymakers from June 9.
The leaked plan details the country will reopen its restaurant terraces in mid-May and hopefully return to some normality by June 30.
If all goes to plan, the easing of restrictions will see France’s tourist hotspots fully reopened just nine days after the UK.
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Those returning from red list destinations must test on days two and eight of their hotel quarantine stay, however, the cost of these tests is included with the £1,1750 hotel quarantine package paid to the Government.
It is thought that PCR tests could cost up to £300…