This article originally appeared on Travelandleisure.com.
U.S. travelers could be back to exploring the French countryside and iconic attractions like the Louvre and Eiffel Tower in June.
French President Emmanuel Macron has laid out a reopening plan that would allow U.S. passport holders to enter France beginning June 9, assuming COVID-19 levels remain under control and visitors can present proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test, The Local France reports.
Also on June 9, France plans to allow cafes and restaurants to resume regular service until 11 p.m. Events with up to 5,000 participants will also have the green light to go ahead.
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U.S. passport holders have been prohibited from traveling to France since March 2020. France has loosed restrictions on travelers from certain countries, including Australia and New Zealand, though.
People traveling to France must provide proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within the previous 72 hours. Anyone coming from India or Brazil must also quarantine for 10 days upon arrival or face sharp fines for breaking rules…