From 21 July 2021:
- Health pass to be presented at leisure and cultural venues welcoming more than 50 people: theatres, cinemas, museums and monuments, amusement parks, festivals, concert halls, indoor swimming pools, places of worship (only in the case of a non-religious event such as a concert in a church)...
From the beginning of August 2021:
- Health pass to be presented in cafés, restaurants, shopping centres with more than 20,000 m²... and for long distance travel (air, train and bus).
Public and private areas
- It is no longer compulsory to wear a mask outdoors, with some exceptions (groups, queues, markets, stadiums, etc.).
- Wearing a mask is compulsory throughout the country for everyone aged 11 and over in enclosed spaces and on public transport, on pain of a fine.
- In schools, wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 6, including in outdoor areas of the school.
- Museums and monuments are open
- Parks and gardens are open
- Terraces of bars and restaurants are open
- Supermarkets, grocery stores and bakeries are open
- Pharmacies and healthcare establishments are open
- The places of sale and computer repair are open
- Police stations are open
- Take-out and home delivery are possible
- Places of worship are open
- Cemeteries remain open
- Swimming pools are open
- Guided tours are possible
- Zoological parks are open
- Theme parks are open
- Discotheques are open according to a specific protocol
From 9 June, the Health Pass will be introduced. It will be necessary to participate in certain events and gatherings.
All information on the Health Pass
- The wearing of a mask is compulsory for those over 6 years of age on all public transport, and failure to comply is subject to a fine of 135 euros
In order to ensure more comfort and the best possible protection for its travelers, RATP has been offering a service to monitor traffic in real time on its mobile application.
Departures by train and plane
Travel between regions is permitted.
Train and airplane departures may be cancelled.
Consult the websites of the SNCF and the airline companies concerned for more information.
In order to guarantee greater flexibility to its passengers, tickets purchased can be refunded or exchanged free of charge, according to the dates indicated on the carriers' websites.
More information on the conditions of circulation and reimbursements of inter-regional trains
Travelling to France and/or abroad
All the answers to your questions about travelling from France to abroad or from abroad to France in the FAQ of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.
Administrative and tourist information
The tourist welcome center at the Hôtel de Ville is open from Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 6pm. Closed on public holidays.
The tourist welcome center at Gare de Nord is open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm.
For any further questions, it is recommended to contact the embassy of your country of origin.
Information for persons with disabilities
The government has set up a specific file to help people with disabilities cope better with this health crisis.
This folder allows you:
- To be helped in the event of symptoms
- To be up to date on the various health recommendations
- To benefit from specific support measures
You can also find FALC materials (Easy To Read and Understand) on the official website of Public Health France.
All the information to visit Paris with a disability