The tourism and leisure industry has been one of the worst hit sectors around the world since the outbreak of COVID-19. With bars, restaurants and hotels closed plus significant travel restrictions in place, France (along with most other countries around the world) has been devoid of tourists since March.
It was therefore incredibly exciting that from early this month (2nd June) the French government announced significant easing of lockdown measures that means hotels, gîtes, campsites, bars and restaurants are now able to open (although with some restrictions in place). Shops are also open and a sense of normalcy has begun to return across the country.
In addition to the lifting of local restrictions it was announced that as of this Monday (15th June) the French borders will be open to international travellers (although with varying caveats depending on the country you are travelling from). For example, travellers from the
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