With many new and exciting openings, exhibitions, sustainable tourism initiatives, major anniversaries (including Impressionism and D-Day) and the Paris 2024 Summer Olympic & Paralympic Games, it is without doubt that 2024 is the year to travel to France! Browse all 2024 news at a glance in the list below
Hilton has confirmed a franchise agreement with SNC Société d´Exploitation Nouvelle du Soleil d´Or, a subsidiary of SDPNE, to open a new hotel under its growing lifestyle brand Canopy by Hilton.
Officials in France have confirmed the country will relax restrictions on those travelling from the UK from Friday. Vaccinated travellers will no longer need a compelling reason to enter the country.
French bee, a low-cost, long-haul airline based in France, has taken delivery of its first A350-1000. The plane is on lease from Air Lease Corporation.
Officials in France have confirmed all non-essential travel from the UK will be banned from 00:00 on Saturday. The move comes as the UK sees record Covid-19 cases.
Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts will open Bvlgari Hotel Paris at 30 Avenue George V on December 2nd. This new hotel experience mingles Italian excellence with the magnificent culture of the City of Lights.
Como Le Montrachet will open in phases, with phase one scheduled to be completed next year, evolving the hotel judiciously over the years to come.
Considered the largest European port infrastructure project of the decade, the new Port of Calais has been inaugurated. The extension of the port of Calais represented an investment of €863 million.
Jean-Marie Le Gall will take over as the general management of Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s in Paris in September. The industry leader has nearly three decades of experience in the sector.
Government officials have now confirmed fully jabbed travellers returning to England and Wales from France will still have to quarantine from Monday.
The gateway to the French Alps is eighth ski destination on sale this winter from the carrier, and the introduction of another ski route comes in response to strong demand for flights.