BRITS can get a cheap vacation to France this spring after reopening its borders to UK tourists.
From tomorrow, France is ending the UK’s travel ban, which means that vaccinated Britons can visit the country again.
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Holiday companies offer cheap flights to popular French cities including Paris, Bordeaux and Marseille.
Disney fans are in for a date with discounted holidays also available for Disneyland Paris – which is celebrating its 30th birthday.
EasyJet is offering a two-night Paris city break – at a hotel overlooking the Eiffel Tower – in March from £157.
Guests can pay a deposit of £60 for the cheap flight bag, which includes flights, hand luggage and accommodation.
If you can’t wait until March, British Airways is offering a two-night flight to Paris in February, which includes flights, checked baggage and accommodation, available from £132.
Families can take a trip to Disneyland Paris in March for just £777 for four with Magic Breaks, which currently offers some free children’s spots.
The trip includes two nights at a Disney hotel, two days to enter the park and return by bus.
Vacationers looking to spend a week in France in June can grab a deal with Breakfree Holidays.
Five people can get a seven-night stay in a holiday park in Burgundy for the total price of £336.70.
Or a group of five can spend a week in a holiday park in Brittany for £368.
If you are just looking for flights, airlines have some cheap flights to French cities available.
easyJet offers flights from London to Bordeaux or Marseille, starting at £16.99 each way.
Jet2 has flights from London to Chambery available from £23.99 each way.
The lifting of the UK travel ban from France came as a welcome boost for British tourists.
France is following in Germany’s footsteps, which lifted a travel ban on British tourists at the beginning of the month – just weeks after it was introduced.
Cyprus has also eased some travel restrictions for Britons who can now take side flows to enter the country.
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