France has now reduced the restrictions implemented on the UK in the pandemic situation. Ski resorts are looking to welcome British skiers to France.
On December 18, France government restricted all non-essential travel during the year-end holiday. France government implemented the ban to prevent the omicron variant from spreading.
British skies had to cancel the holidays as it was restricted. At the end of the year, the Alps attracted many travellers, but the imposed restriction by the France government left no choice for the travels and resorts.
Friday onwards, the unvaccinated travellers should have a compelling reason to travel. The unvaccinated travellers are required to quarantine themselves after travelling for ten days, and the address of the quarantine location need to be forwarded to the security forces.
The vaccinated travellers must give a negative PCR certificated or an antigen test report 24 hours before departure, which is required to travel.
This will be a significant relief for the travellers. During this period of the year, many people travel to the resorts. This would be great information for the travellers who are waiting anxiously to travel to the ski resorts in France. The Association of British Travel Agents said it in a statement.
15% of all the travellers will be travelling to the ski resorts in France. Compared to the number of travellers in 2019, the French resorts located in the Savoie and Haute-Savoie area had 10 to 20% less footfall during the New Year period.
The French resort in the Alps had to face loss due to earlier restrictions. Now the Alps can attract more travellers and expect to recapture the loss they had to face in New Year
Edited By-Kritika Kashyap
Published By- Saloni Agarwal.