Paris couple’s trip
We’re both vaccinated so this won’t be an issue. My main concern is how are things with lockdowns and restrictions, will we be able to have fun or is everything closed
France is open to vaccinated American travelers. The United States is currently on France’s “red” list for travel restrictions.
U.S. citizens who are fully vaccinated and traveling from the U.S. are allowed to travel to France for any reason. These travelers need to provide a proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test (antigen or PCR) performed within 48 hours prior to departure, but will not need to quarantine.
Only Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are accepted. The second dose of Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca must be more than two weeks and the single dose of Johnson & Johnson must be more than four weeks prior to arrival in France.
A sworn declaration about Covid contact and symptoms is also required.
U.S. citizens who are not fully vaccinated and traveling from the U.S. can only enter France under these circumstances:
1. They must provide a compelling reason for travel.
2. They must present a PCR or antigen test performed within 48 hours prior to departure.
3. Upon arrival in France, they will be required to take another Covid test and quarantine for 10 days.
4. They also need to provide a sworn declaration about Covid contact and symptoms and that they agree to the quarantine and testing requirements.
Tbh you will still have fun, but you may not able to do the same activities you would have done pre COVID-19, just make the best of it since it’s a couples trip.
Paris is KNOWN for being the most romantic vacation w a partner! My friend proposed to his girlfriend at the Eiffel Tower 😍 Of course she said yes. lol
If you’re vaccinated you’ll have no problems moving around the city. Granted, the city won’t have the same energy, you won’t see many packed cafes, but you will still have a lot of things to do/visit still.