Travel from france to italy covid
Known as the Eternal City, it is an unmissable stop in Europe. It was once the most powerful city in the world, today we can appreciate the vestiges of that ancient empire while enjoying one of the most famous cuisines in the world.
We recommend 3 days in the city, do not miss visiting the Vatican City, Colosseum and Roman Forum and places in the historic center such as Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Piazza del Popolo and the Trevi Fountain to throw your coin and return to Rome.
We recommend a minimum of 2 days in this beautiful city to visit places like the Duomo, the Galleria degli Uffizi, Michelangelo’s David, the sunset view from Piazzale Michelangelo and if you have time, a tour of Tuscany would be spectacular.
It is one of the most famous cities in Italy for its canals and romanticism. It is a city built on water, to this day rests on wooden bases and stakes buried in the seabed. It is full of art, beautiful architecture and the famous gondolas that move between the narrow canals.
Trip to spain, italy and france
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.
France to Italy by plane
Our trip to Europe begins in dynamic and seductive Madrid. We will walk through the cozy streets of the historic center, among museums, tapas bars and friendly people. Barcelona awaits us to discover the secrets of Catalan modernism and its bohemian neighborhoods such as the Gothic Quarter or the Raval.
The turquoise tones of the Côte d’Azur, from Nice to Monaco, will give us unforgettable views of the Mediterranean Sea. The gondolas and canals of Venice hide mysteries of hidden loves. Florence, cradle of the Renaissance, radiates art and wisdom in every corner. The beautiful and scattered Rome will make us fall in love with its historical monuments and its gastronomy. We will stroll through the bohemian streets of Trastevere and the solemn squares of the Vatican. We will continue on to Turin, where we can enjoy an authentic Italian espresso in one of its traditional cafés.
Under the blue skies of Geneva we can enjoy a classic Swiss fondue. Paris radiates light and charm. Its romantic bridges, outdoor cafes and the century-old lanterns that illuminate the Seine, make up the essence of the city. We will visit the Palace of Versailles and stroll through Montmartre, a neighborhood of artists and painters with the soul of a village.
France to Italy distance
– For on-line purchases, ground services (tour/hotel) are upon request. Once we confirm the totality of the trip, we will charge the rest of the amount pending payment or the amount necessary to cover ticket issuance and insurance if contracted.
– The room occupancy schedule depends on the rules established in each country. In general, the room is usually occupied from 14:00 hours on the day of arrival and must be vacated before 11:00 or 12:00 hours on the day of departure, regardless of the time of the chosen flights.
– In case you want to take the Naples excursion, please note that the island of Capri is only visited in high season (summer). There is another excursion available that does not include the visit to Capri and lunch.
Handicrafts, wines and cheeses are some of the best options for shopping in France. If you opt for wines, it is best to go directly to the vignerons, or to the Maisons or Syndicats du Vin (cooperatives). To buy a sample of the enormous variety of French cheeses, it is best to go to a fromagerie, where they usually have at least 200 varieties. Paris offers haute couture, perfumes, lingerie and handicrafts.