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<strong>Last update:</strong> 02/07/20

Londres assouplit lentement les règles de verrouillage et autorise à nouveau les voyages - mais avec quelques différences essentielles.

What exactly are these differences? Well, when we started to ask ourselves this question, there wasn’t a single guide out there. We had to look at so many different websites just to get some information together. In doing this research we decided to create <strong>a complete guide on things to do in London during & after COVID lockdown</strong>. We will be updating this guide as more information is released.

Ce guide couvre tout ce que vous devez savoir avant de vous rendre à Londres. Il comprend toutes les règles en vigueur que vous devrez suivre.

Nous mettons à jour ce guide deux fois par semaine, alors n'oubliez pas de revenir pour obtenir les dernières informations.

 

CONTENU
1.0 RÈGLES ACTUELLES DE LONDRES POUR LES VOYAGEURS
1.1 Règles générales de la ville
1.2 Se rendre à Londres
1.3 Se déplacer dans Londres en utilisant les transports publics
1.3.1 Service de bus de Transport for London (TFL)
1.3.2 Service de métro (métro) de Transport for London (TFL)
1.4 Hôtels et hébergement à Londres
2.0 QUE POUVEZ-VOUS FAIRE ACTUELLEMENT À LONDRES ?
2.1 Faire ses achats à Londres
2.2 Manger et boire à Londres
2.3 Choses à faire à Londres

RÈGLES ACTUELLES DE LONDRES POUR LES VOYAGEURS

Règles générales de la ville

Les règles de distanciation sociale s'appliquent toujours (rester à 2 mètres l'un de l'autre) et rester à la maison autant que possible. Tous les magasins sont dotés d'un marquage clair indiquant où se tenir, ainsi qu'une limite du nombre de personnes autorisées à l'intérieur d'un magasin.

En Angleterre, les gens sont autorisés à se réunir en groupes de six personnes maximum dans des espaces extérieurs tels qu'un parc ou des jardins privés.
Les résidents anglais sont autorisés à former une "bulle de soutien" avec un autre ménage si vous vivez seul ou si vous êtes un parent isolé avec des enfants à charge. Les personnes qui font partie d'une "bulle de soutien" pourront agir comme si elles vivaient dans le même ménage, c'est-à-dire qu'elles pourront passer du temps ensemble dans la maison de l'autre et n'auront pas besoin de rester à deux mètres l'une de l'autre.

À partir du 15 juin 2020, toute personne utilisant les transports publics devra porter un masque facial. Il n'y a aucune stipulation quant à la qualité de ce dernier. Sauf que la bouche et le nez doivent être couverts. En savoir plus sur les transports publics londoniens

Si vous voyagez de Londres au Pays de Galles ou en Écosse, les deux pays ont des règles régionales différentes que nous vous conseillons de vérifier avant de partir.

Voyager à Londres

<strong>Q: What rules apply to travellers entering the UK by plane, ferry or train?</strong>

R : Alors que les vols et les ports restent actifs à une capacité réduite, les voyageurs arrivant au Royaume-Uni par avion, ferry ou train - y compris les ressortissants britanniques - devront s'isoler pendant 14 jours. Ils devront remplir un formulaire de fournir une adresse, en indiquant où ils s'isoleront pendant les 14 prochains jours. Les voyageurs peuvent se voir infliger une amende de 100 £ s'ils ne remplissent pas le formulaire avec les informations correctes. Des visites surprises seront effectuées pour vérifier que les voyageurs sont censés s'isoler eux-mêmes. Les voyageurs se trouvant en Angleterre peuvent se voir infliger une amende de 1 000 £ s'ils ne s'isolent pas eux-mêmes.

<strong>Q: Can I travel to London if I live in Scotland or Wales?</strong>

<em>A: Since lockdown measures differ in each nation of the UK, it is advised not to travel between them and instead must “respect” each area’s measures.</em>

<strong>Q: What must I do before I arrive into London?</strong>

R : Pour les voyages à l'intérieur du Royaume-Uni, il n'y a pas de règles supplémentaires en dehors de la Règles générales de la ville mentionnés ci-dessus. Toutefois, si vous venez de l'extérieur du Royaume-Uni, vous devrez remplir un formulaire de fournir une adresse indiquant l'endroit où vous avez l'intention de vous isoler pendant 14 jours.

<strong>Q: What if I don’t have an address to self-isolate in?</strong>

<em>A: If you don’t provide an address, the government will arrange accommodation at your expense.</em>

<strong>Q: What can I do in those 14 days?</strong>

<em>A: Travellers must not leave the premises or have visitors except for essential support. Where you can, rely on others.</em>

<strong>Q: Is anyone exempt from self-isolating?</strong>

<em>A: Anyone arriving from the Common Travel Area (CTA) – the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man – does not have to enter quarantine, only if they have been in the CTA for at least 14 days.</em>

<em>Those also exempt includes:</em>
<em>Road haulage and freight workers</em>
<em>Medical and care professionals providing essential healthcare</em>
<em>Those arriving for pre-arranged medical treatment</em>
<em>Passengers in transit as long as they do not pass through border control</em>
<em>Seasonal agricultural workers if they self-isolate where they are working</em>
<em>UK residents who ordinarily travel overseas at least once a week for work</em>

Voyager à Londres en utilisant les transports publics

<strong>Q: Are there any changes to using public transport?</strong>

<em>A: Face coverings must now be worn for your entire journey on the London Underground and London bus services. Face coverings can be a simple cloth that covers the nose and mouth. You can buy one from a shop or online. Free face masks are available at certain Tube and bus stations for a couple of weeks – since Monday, June 8.</em>

<strong>Q: Are there any changes to paying on public transport?</strong>

<em>A: Most Tube stations are only accepting contactless or Oyster card payments for travel. Ticket machines at all London Overground and DLR stations are accepting cash. Some Tube stations are also still accepting cash, but it is important to use card payment where possible to reduce the spread of the Covid-19.</em>

<strong>Q: What do I need to do before using public transport in London since COVID-19?</strong>

<em>A: Wear a face mask (this is compulsory, and you will be fined otherwise), keep two metres apart from others where possible, wash your hands before and after your journey, carry hand sanitiser and/or use sanitiser points available at stations.</em>

Service de bus de Londres

<strong>Q: What’s changed with the London Buses since COVID-19?</strong>

<em>A: People can now board on the front of the buses after improvements were made to bus driver’s screens to help keep you and drivers safe. New limits on the number of people allowed on buses at one given time have been implemented. On double-decker buses, 20 people will be allowed on board at once. Single decker buses will allow six to ten people on at once.</em>

<strong>Q: Are London Buses running during the lockdown?</strong>

A : Les bus fonctionnent avec des services réduits. 124 lignes de bus ont réintroduit le paiement sur leurs bus. Vous pouvez trouver une liste complète des bus acceptant le paiement Ici

Service de métro de Londres

<strong>Q: What’s changed with the London Underground since COVID-19?</strong>

<em>A: New markers at London Underground stations show how far apart people must stand. Signs have also been installed on escalators asking customers to stand six steps apart, as well as in station lifts to ensure a maximum of four people uses them at a time. Certain areas in underground stations have been blocked off to ensure a smooth flow of people.</em>

<em>No Waterloo & City line service</em>
<em>No Night Tube or Night Overground service</em>
<em>A reduced service is operating on the Tube, London Overground, DLR, TfL Rail and London Trams</em>
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<strong>Q: What stations are still closed because of COVID-19?</strong>

<em>A: Closed stations: Borough, Chalk Farm, Charing Cross, Clapham South, Covent Garden, Gloucester Road, Goodge Street, Great Portland Street, Hampstead, Heathrow Terminal 4, Hyde Park Corner, Kilburn Park, Lancaster Gate, Manor House, Queensway, Redbridge, Regent’s Park, South Wimbledon, Southwark, St James’s Park, Stepney Green, Swiss Cottage, Temple, Tufnell Park</em>
<em>Updated daily </em>Plus d'informations

<strong>Q: What lines are the busiest during a lockdown?</strong> 

<em>A: It is advised to avoid travelling on the Central line between South Woodford/Redbridge and Stratford – Jubilee line between Stratford and Westminster – District line between Dagenham Heathway and Aldgate East – Victoria line – London Overground between Stratford and Willesden Junction – DLR between Woolwich Arsenal and Canning Town</em>
<em>Updated daily </em>Plus d'informations

Logement à Londres

<strong>Q: Are there any changes to hotels, short-term let apartments (Airbnb) and hostels?</strong>

<em>A: Hotels, short-term let apartments & hostels are complying with government regulations to ensure they remain safe for travellers. Businesses providing holiday accommodation (including hotels, hostels, B&Bs, campsites, caravan parks, boarding houses, and short term lets) are to remain closed for leisure-related stays.</em>

<em>Most hotels, short-term let apartments & hostels have drastically changed the way in which they operate. Here at Safestay for example, we are implementing some key changes to our 2 London Hostels – Safestay London Kensington Holland Park & Safestay London Elephant & Castle.</em>

<em>Rigorous deep cleaning is being carried out during lockdown within our hostels and hotels by our trained teams. We have reinforced the frequency of cleaning which involves the housekeeping team disinfecting rooms, common spaces & private areas of the hostel, and particularly shared-use objects and areas (lobby, elevators, door handles, public bathrooms, room cards, etc).</em>

<strong>Q: How is Safestay protecting guests?</strong>

<em>A: On top of rigorous & frequent deep cleaning, we’ve introduced a contact-free check-in service via WhatsApp. When you next make a booking at Safestay you will be sent a confirmation via Email and also WhatsApp. Our WhatsApp service will allow you to check-in online before you arrive. This will make it very quick to check-in and collect your key, whilst maintaining social distancing.</em>

<em>Also, there are no mixed dorms. We’ve changed our room configurations to make sure, when you book, you are booking a whole room. We are currently not providing single beds in mixed dormitory rooms until we know it’s safe to do so.</em>

 

QUE POUVEZ-VOUS FAIRE ACTUELLEMENT À LONDRES ?

Faire du shopping à Londres

<em>Supermarkets continue to be open with timings altered and social distancing measures in place.</em>

<em>Non-essential retail shops in England were allowed to reopen from Monday 15th June.</em>

<strong>Retail</strong>
<em>Retail shops will have 2m markings and arrows on the floor in showing customers how far apart they need to stay and which way to walk. People will also be asked to keep a set distance between each other on escalators. Some retailers are only allowing you to shop alone where possible and some retailers, such as Primark, will allow a group of people into their shops from Monday but they must be from the same household. You are also advised to only touch products you are going to buy. Lastly, just like supermarkets, retailers will ask shoppers to queue to prevent overcrowding in stores and allow people to maintain 2m social distancing.</em>

<strong>Supermarkets</strong>
<em>When shopping in supermarkets, you should maintain a 2m distance between yourself and others, and only buy what you need. This can include monitoring the number of customers within the store and limiting access to avoid congestion. They may also implement queue management systems to limit crowds gathering at entrances and to maintain social distancing.</em>

<em>Tesco & Sainsbury</em>
<em>Supermarkets such as Tesco and Sainsbury have introduced new social distancing measures in stores. Currently there are rules to limit the flow of people coming into stores. Some stores have introduced directional floor markings and new signs to create a safe flow of movement around the store as well as seperate entrances and exits. It is advised to shop on your own and pay with contactless where possible.</em>

Manger et boire à Londres

<em><b>Restaurants & Pubs</b></em>

<em>From 4 July, pubs and restaurants in England will be allowed to reopen with certain restrictions, including changes to shift patterns, mandatory table service and more use of hand sanitiser. Customers will also have to give their details to staff to make contact tracing easier if another customer tests positive for the virus.</em>

<em>Wetherspoons</em>

<em>Wetherspoon pubs across London will reopen on the 4th of July. There are some certain changes to ensure social distance and customer safety. Customers do not need to book a table, ahead of visiting and are encouraged to order using the Wetherspoon app, where possible, directly from their table. Where unable to order from the table (ie they have no smartphone), customers are able to order from one of the designated till points at the bar, but customers may not remain at the bar. Once they have ordered and paid – they should return to their table. You are also not allowed to move furniture around as it has been placed to meet with social distancing standards.</em>

<strong>Food Markets</strong>
Pour une liste complète de tous les marchés de Londres ouverts, consultez notre liste ci-dessous !

Des choses à faire dans les environs de Londres ?

<strong>1. Visit one (or all) of London’s famous markets!</strong>

À la lumière de l'annonce faite le 15 juin, les marchés de plein air ont reçu le feu vert pour ouvrir. Toutefois, si certains ont rouvert, d'autres sont restés fermés. Voici donc quelques-uns des meilleurs marchés qui sont actuellement ouverts à Londres.

<strong><em>Camden Market</em></strong>
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<em>Camden Market was one of the first outdoor markets around London to reopen. Camden Market has therefore implemented a one-way system that operates across the entire site, in order to keep all visitors flowing in the same direction. They’ll also be using floor markings to keep customers two metres apart, placing tables and chairs a distance apart from one other, setting up hand sanitiser stations, enhancing their cleaning regime, and using market security guards to prevent crowds from gathering at certain attractions. While not all of the market vendors will reopen, restaurants and street food vendors including Kuku Riku, Magic Falafel, Makatcha, Only Jerkin’, Camden Pizza, and StakeHAUS will be open for collection and delivery only.</em>

<strong><em>Borough Market</em></strong>
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<em>Borough Market has been partially open throughout lockdown, to supply fresh produce to local residents. You can’t get the full experience of the many street food vendors but some hot food and coffee is available to take away.</em>

<strong><em>Mercato Metropolitano</em></strong>
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<em>Mercato Metropolitano is London’s popular Italian food hall—found in Mayfair and Elephant & Castle. They are back with their brilliant street food, Wednesday through till Sunday, for takeaway and deliveries only. The grocery section of Mercato Metropolitano will continue to stay open throughout the week. In terms of keeping customers safe, hand sanitisers will be out in both venues and social-distancing measures will apply.</em>

<strong><em>Bethnal Green</em></strong>
<em>This is the perfect market if plants and flowers are what you’re after. It is usually busy pre lockdown so expect social distance queues when you make a trip. The market usually runs every Sunday from 8am to 3pm. Keep an eye on their website for more updates</em>

<strong><em>Lloyd Park Market</em></strong>
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<em>Lloyd Park Market in Walthamstow actually reopened on 23rd May. It’s a foodie’s paradise with street grub, homemade cakes and biscuits, farm-made pies and much more. You’ll leave stuffed wanting to come back the next day.</em>

<strong><em>Flea Vintage Market</em></strong>
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<em>For those of you who’ve been craving a sift through vintage wares for a fresh look, we’ve got good news! Flea has reopened at Vinegar Yard. They will now be open every Saturday and Sunday with the new opening hours of 12 noon until 5pm.</em>

<strong>2. Spend the day in one of London’s parks!</strong>

<em>In accordance with new government guidelines, you can leave your home to exercise and spend time in parks for recreation, sports and other activities only with your household or support bubble and only in groups of up to 6 people from another household or support bubble. Parks will also have limited toilet facilities open so please take this into consideration when planning your visit.</em>

Tous les parcs royaux sont revenus à leurs heures d'ouverture habituelles à partir du 1er juin. Hyde Park est ouvert au public mais fermera désormais à 22 heures.

<strong><em>3. Or visit London’s Amazing Zoo</em></strong>
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<em>ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoos reopened on Monday 15 June.</em>

<em>Both Zoos will operate as outdoor-only experiences, which is a great opportunity to see amazing animals and to reconnect with nature.</em>

<em>To keep you safe some safety measures are in place. The Zoos are limiting the number of visitors per day and all visitors (including our supporters) must pre-book tickets online. One-way routes around London Zoo are installed to help with visitor flow and to ensure social distancing.</em>
<em>Toilets are open with new hygiene measures. Card or mobile device payments (e.g. Apple Pay, Google Pay) are the only form of payments accepted.</em>