Eurostar has a huge sale with tickets to Paris from £34 each way

Eurostar has a huge sale with tickets to Paris from £34 each way

Brits looking for cheap France holidays could be in luck thanks to Eurostar ‘s latest sale.

The high-speed rail service has launched a huge sale on its trains to Paris, with fares starting from £34 each way between London and the City of Lights.

There are currently 50,000 seats included in the sale, with the deals valid for travel between November 16, 2021, and March 23, 2022.

All of the tickets are flexible, with free amends for up to seven days before departure, whether travel restrictions come into place or you have to change your plans.

Eurostar is currently offering nine daily return services between London and Paris, so there are plenty of options for holidaymakers.

To make use of the deals you’ll need to book by November 10 on the Eurostar website here. (Although it’s worth noting that the discounts are subject to availability).

Paris has everything you could want for a dreamy city break, from the world-famous cuisine to the cultural landmarks. The Eiffel Tower tends to be top of most people’s lists, as well other famous sites such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Notre Dame cathedral.

Those looking to soak up the city’s fashion scene won’t want to miss out on a stroll down the Champs-Élysées, while the Louvre Museum is a must-visit for art fans and Montmartre is popular for uninterrupted views of the French capital.

Oh, and if you’re looking to stick to a budget, Tripadvisor has a handy guide to the best cheap hotels in Paris with prices from £50 a night.

France is currently open to Brits, but whether you can visit for a holiday depends on your vaccination status.

Eurostar has launched a huge sale on Paris fares

Those who are fully vaccinated won’t need an essential reason to visit France, and won’t be required to self-isolate. However, you will be asked to sign a ‘sworn statement’ and show proof of vaccination status as part of entry requirements.

For those who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, you’ll need an essential reason to visit France – and a holiday sadly won’t count. If you do meet the criteria for essential reasons, you’ll need to meet entry rules such as filling out a pre-travel certificate, signing a sworn statement, showing proof of a negative PCR test taken within 24 hours of departure, and self-isolating for seven days.

If you are not fully vaccinated and travelling with Eurostar, you’ll be asked to take a Covid test on arrival at Gare du Nord. (Your vaccination status will be checked at the border in London’s St Pancras.

Anyone travelling to France may also be asked to show a ‘pass sanitaire’ in certain situations such as large events or cross-country trains.

You can find out more and get updates on any changes to travel rules in the Foreign Office’s travel advice for France. Always check the latest advice before booking or going on a trip.

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