France Plans to Welcome Tourists Starting June 9
U.S. travelers could be back to exploring the French countryside and iconic attractions like the Louvre and Eiffel Tower in June. French President Emmanuel Macron has laid out a reopening plan that would allow U.S. passport holders to enter France beginning June 9, assuming COVID-19 levels remain under control and visitors can present proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test, The Local France reports.
French St Martin Is Now Open for Tourism
The French side of St Martin is now officially open for tourism, Caribbean Journal has confirmed. The destination quietly reopened to both European and non-European tourists, including those from the United States. “You will be hosted in completely safe conditions in the various accommodations on the French side of St Martin,” St Martin’s tourism agency said in a statement. “They are ready and waiting for you — you have been missed.” St Martin
COUNTRIES ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO SWITZERLAND
Who can currently travel to Switzerland? We have the full country list updated below, which includes the EU/EFTA nations that can currently travel to Switzerland, as well as the third-party countries outside the EU that have just been given permission to travel to Switzerland starting on July 20, 2020.