How to travel to France if you’re a UK citizen
Travellers from the UK can still travel to many French cities including Paris, but they need to check the country’s travel restrictions.
The UK has imposed a travel ban on UK citizens who have a dual nationality and have already applied for a visa.
It also bars UK citizens from traveling to France unless they’ve already applied to have a visa extended.
In addition, the country also bans foreign students, as well as tourists and residents.
However, a recent report by British travel agency Expedia shows that UK citizens can visit France with limited restrictions if they have a passport from the EU and are already living there.
A British passport holder who lives in France, for example, would need to be able to show they’ve lived there for more than a year.
If you’re an EU or non-EU citizen and don’t have a British passport, you may be able travel to the country, but not in the same way as a British national.
You will need to get a separate visa to enter France if your EU passport has expired.
You can apply for a temporary visa from France if: You’re a dual national of the UK and an EU citizen