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On March 14, 2022, the presentation of the vaccination passport in those places where it was required (leisure and cultural centers, commercial catering, trade fairs and professional shows, etc.) ceased to be mandatory. Similarly, the health passport ceased to be in force on August 1, 2022.

Since the beginning of the crisis, the health control system has made it possible to preserve our health system and to delay the arrival on French territory of variants with worrying characteristics. This system ceased to be in force on August 1, 2022.

However, in the event of the emergence of a dangerous variant, the entry into French territory of travelers from countries considered to be at risk could again be subject to the presentation of a negative virological test.

For information on health regulations concerning entry into the territory of other countries, please consult the Travel Advice section of the website of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.

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Not only Paris lives tourism in France, the country is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in France, with each of its departments or regions dedicated to offer tourists the best of themselves.

Next we give you some interesting information and we detail you the articles that we have written of our trips to France, you have articles on cities or towns, and articles with practical information for your routes of trip for France.

Winter in France is ski season, with two strong points of visit, the Pyrenees, but especially the French Alps. It can be frankly difficult to find accommodation in the main ski resorts during the Christmas season.

With an excellent health network, we will not have to worry about health in France, beyond that we have that if we are citizens of the European Union, we must have processed the European Health Insurance Card, to have free health coverage during our trip to France.

Touring France in 15 days

How to get around France. If we plan to travel France on our own, by train, by bus, by car organizing our own routes through unknown villages, or exploring regions. The essential doubts prior to the trip undoubtedly include the question of what is the best way to move around France, and in this post I will develop tips and proposals to solve this question.

In the blog and in my trips I almost always choose this style of travel: organized on my own, at my own pace, usually in a rental car exploring routes and roads. You should know that if you ask me for a recommendation, this is for me the best way to travel and explore with freedom, improvising on the road and discovering what sometimes we didn’t even foresee.

What I usually do when I travel by rental car in France (or what I did in my various trips) is to arrive in a major city near the region to explore, stay a few days there to get to know that city, and then rent a car to continue along the route. Let me give you an example: we arrive in France landing on a flight that leaves us in Paris. If it is our first time in Paris, we stay a few days in this city (you can start by reading this guide of 71 things to see in Paris to get an idea of what to expect in this city).

How to travel in france by train

To do this, I want to go little by little starting with the most classic, and following by alternative ideas, frequently asked questions, recommendations based on my experience. We are going to talk about all that in this post.

I made trips to France several times on different occasions. I can say that I have seen some of its classics (Paris, Côte d’Azur or even several of its major cities), but also less usual routes for foreign visitors, exploring the Lot valley, part of the Auvergne, the Dordogne, Pyrenees, Alsace… A varied panorama which of course lacks a lot (in fact this post I will complete with new trips).

Although it is obvious to mention it, Paris is for many the entry point to France, and the first point of contact. Paris is the elegant capital city that we saw so many times in movies, but you have to know that Paris is a huge urban sprawl, and what most visitors know is just the historical and touristic heart. In the blog I already made a great guide for first time visitors to Paris. If you are going to Paris a second time you might be interested in this list of 25 unusual things to do in Paris.

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