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Latest Paris Advice

In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris last Friday, the British government have issued the following advice for British nationals travelling to France and Paris in particular.

On Friday 13 November, a number of terrorist incidents took place in Paris resulting in widespread casualties. British nationals are advised to exercise caution in public places and follow the advice of the local authorities. French authorities have heightened security measures due to a risk of further attacks. The advice of the Paris Police is currently to keep movement around town to a minimum. Systematic border control checks have been implemented at all entry points into France. A national state of emergency and a three-day period of mourning have been declared (14-16 November). Public gatherings, the flying of drones and use of fireworks in the Ile de France region (Paris and surrounding area) have been prohibited.

A full report can be found here. https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france.

There is currently no official statement advising people against travelling to Paris. However, OneStage will be keeping reviewing this advice on a regular basis, in order to advise our clients who are booked to travel to Paris, or intend to book a tour there over the coming months.

To our friends and colleagues in Paris, our thoughts remain with you.

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