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Travel to France Health Pass Need to Know

France is implementing a new health pass if it wasn’t hard enough to keep track of the Covid-19 variants, infection surges, and colour-coded travel restrictions. Effective today, the “pass sanitaire” (health pass) is a requirement for anyone (18 years and older) for entry into locations with a capacity of more …

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Guide to Upcoming Changes in EU Visas for Travellers to Provence

Provence offers a veritable bounty of things to enjoy for visitors, from its world-famous lavender fields and olive groves to luxurious, historic towns and cities such as Nice, Cannes and Saint-Tropez. Whether you’re travelling to this southeastern region of France bordering the Mediterranean Sea for a holiday or to live …

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When Will You Travel Again?

Recently, Martine Bertin-Peterson the founder of Goût et Voyage, LLC published the results of a travel survey that she ran for the five day period in June 2020. The survey asked questions around when participants would be willing to travel internationally, where they would feel comfortable staying, and comfort level …

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Jean Moulin, Brave or Reckless?

It is difficult to avoid the “Route Jean Moulin” signs on the roadways in Provence, France. We had to find out who Jean Moulin was. We learned about his involvement in the French Resistance, his political days and his challenging work to combine resistance groups during the 1940’s. Learn more at Ginger …

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Stuck in Provence

Can one get stuck in Provence for 3.5 months? Have you heard of codeshare? Codeshare is when two different airlines share a flight but use different flight numbers… learn more and see some beautiful pictures of Provence at Ginger and Nutmeg’s blog post  “Stuck in Provence.“

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