HOLIDAYMAKERS wanting to jet off to France can find some great deals at the moment, with 2-night breaks from £141pp.
Holiday firms and airlines have plenty of deals for France, including Nice, Paris and Disneyland.
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Easyjet currently has flights to France starting at £14.99 each way, some of the best flight deals include:
In Paris, two-night city breaks are available from £141 per person in a three-star hotel with Easyjet holidays.
Eurocamp is offering up to 40 per cent off Easter and Summer Breaks, with 7-night stays in Dordogne from £191.
Hotels in France on Booking.com are available for less than £100 per night. Here are some of the best deals:
Vaccinated Brits can now travel to France without needing to show evidence of a negative PCR or antigen test.
To enter, fully vaccinated travellers aged 12 and over must show proof of vaccination and sign a statement confirming you do not have any Covid symptoms.
It is worth noting that if your second jab was more than 270 days ago, you won’t be allowed to enter the country unless you had a booster jab.
Additionally, everyone in France needs to have a Covid pass – called a pass sanitaire – to enter venues including restaurants, bars and cinemas.
To get the pass, people must show they are fully vaccinated, but there is a time limit on how recently they must have had their second dose if they haven’t had the booster jab.
Up until today, the time limit was seven months, however, today that was reduced to just four months.
That means Brits who had their second vaccine before mid-October but haven’t had their booster won’t be able to get a Covid pass.
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EasyJet Holidays also has a flash sale on Spain breaks with savings of up to £200.