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Holidays to Disneyland Paris are easy again!

Travelling to France from the U.K. and holidaying in Disneyland Paris is easy again. Here’s what you need to know:

Entry to France:

The U.K. is now on France's GREEN travel list. This means that anyone (vaccinated OR unvaccinated) can now travel to France on holiday. You NO LONGER need a compelling reason to visit.

If you are 12 years or older and NOT fully vaccinated you will need to show a negative lateral flow test within 48 hours before leaving the UK. (or a negative PCR within 72 hours). Don’t use the free NHS ones - you need a test suitable for travel, where you’ll receive a certificate with QR code. You can get these for around £20 per person currently.

Fully vaccinated means if it’s more than 9 months since your final dose, you’ll also need to have had your booster. Vaccinated under 18’s don’t need to have had a booster dose. You’ll need to show your vaccination status in the NHS app or the NHS covid pass letter.

Children (under 12) don't need vaccination or tests to visit France.

All unvaccinated passengers need to complete and sign a simple form to enter France called a "Statement of Honour" - it's a straightforward health declaration. If you are fully vaccinated you don’t need to complete this form.

While in France and at Disneyland Paris:

  • The Health/Vaccines passes in France are NO longer required in Disneyland Paris.
  • Masks are NO longer required.
  • All the shows, parades and Character dining are back to normal at Disneyland Paris.

Returning to England:

  • There are no longer any requirements for returning to the U.K. No testing, NO self-isolation and NO passenger locator forms.

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Please note: This information is our understanding of the current rules but it remains your responsibility to comply with the regulations in force. We cannot accept any responsibility for your failure to comply. Information has been based on those normally resident in England.

Last updated: 31/03/2022