France set to reopen its borders for European travel from June 15th.

Updated: Dec 29, 2020

The French government is set to lift border restrictions on travel from within Europe from Monday, June 15th.

People traveling from Europe have been allowed in for essential reasons only, and have needed to present an international travel permit at the border.

Among those allowed in were French citizens, people who had their permanent homes in France (but not second homeowners) cross-border workers, delivery drivers, and vital medical personnel.

With those restrictions set to be lifted from Monday the only issue that remains for people traveling within Europe is the possibility of a quarantine.

However the French quarantine is voluntary and there will be no enforcement or fine handed out, it is simply a request for people arriving from Spain or the UK to self isolate.

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