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Travel advisories for North Americans planning to travel abroad
So, where can you vacation now?
At this time travel to Italy, France and Greece is not possible as the borders of Italy, France and Greece are closed to international arrivals for tourism. Check back frequently for updates, or email us at email@example.com and ask us to notify you when conditions change.
Coronavirus Travel Restrictions for Italy, France, and Greece
Entry into France and Italy was restricted on March 16, for a period of 30 days, which may be extended upon review.
Travel to Italy – Tuscany, Umbria, Amalfi Coast, Lake Como – No entry until April 16 at the earliest
Travel to France – Cote D’Azur, St Tropez and Provence – No entry until April 16 at the earliest
Travel to Greece – Mykonos, Santorini – No entry until April 16 at the earliest
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