Travelers from the United States are stillwelcome to visit France鈥攂ut only if they鈥檙e vaccinated or have a compelling reason. Note, however, that France is classified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a Risk Assessment Level 4 for Covid-19, which is considered very high.
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Can US citizens travel to France right now?
U.S. citizens who are fully vaccinated are allowed to travel to France for any reason. These travelers need to provide only a proof of vaccination and will not need to quarantine. U.S. citizens who are not fully vaccinated must present a negative PCR or antigen test performed within the 72 hours before entering France.
Can I Drive in France with a US driver’s license?
We suggest that you also visit the French National Tourist Office鈥檚 website for specific information on French driver’s permits, vehicle inspection, road tax, and mandatory insurance. See Embassy of France鈥檚 driving in France webpage for information on using U.S. driver鈥檚 licenses in France.
Can I travel from France to the UK?
Fully vaccinated people can travel from France to the UK without an essential reason, but those not fully vaccinated can only leave for an essential reason and must complete a Certificate to leave Metropolitan France. Before leaving France everyone must fill in a UK passenger locator form if over the age of 18.
Does Air France fly to the US from Paris?
Flights from France to the US are available. Delta Airlines is currently offering service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Atlanta five days a week. Air France continues to offer direct flights to Los Angeles three days a week and New York JFK three days per week. More Does France have a coronavirus quarantine policy?