Travelling to France after BrexitBritish nationals are now subject to more extensive checks. Travellers from the United Kingdom should carry a valid passport and arrive in good time at border posts for onward travel to the European Union. At border control they will have to take a separate lane from EU, EEA or Swiss citizens. Everything you need to know about travelling to France : British citizen travelling to France
Travelling with your petYou can no longer use a pet passport issued in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) for travel to an EU country or Northern Ireland. You can still use a pet passport issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland. Dogs, cats and ferrets
When travelling to an EU country or Northern Ireland, your pet needs :
- a microchip
- a valid rabies vaccination
- an animal health certificate unless you have a pet passport issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland.
Travelling to France during the covid-19 pandemy
Every traveller requires a valid passport. It is the passenger's responsibility to establish his or her own individual requirements with the country of entry and re-entry.
Requirements differ whether you are fully vaccinated or unvaccinated.
Make sure you check Brittany Ferries webpage « Essential information to enter France » for the latest covid-19 updates, advice and travel requirements. For the latest government advice visit France Diplomacy - Advice for Foreign Nationals in France.