British travellers are entitled to travel to France simply by presenting their passport.
Every traveller must have 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.
To France you need either:
- a valid passport, or
- a national identity card for all travellers (adults, children, babies)
British citizens do not need a visa to enter France. Driving licences are not accepted as equivalent of passports.
How to travel to France with your favorite pets ?
Before travelling with your pet, ensure you to :
- Vaccinations and certificates up-to-date
- A valid DEFRA Pet Passport (or third country certificate)
- Water and a bowl as well as any familiar toys or bedding
When you are back into the UK, your pet (cats and dogs) :
- has been microchipped
- has a pet passport or third-country official veterinary certificate
- has been vaccinated against Rabies
- has a tapeworm treatment. The treatment must have been carried out 24 - 120 hours before arrival in the UK. (No longer required for cats and ferrets)
More details by clicking on the following link about carrying with pets back to the UK : www.gov.uk/take-pet-abroad