Discover Bison Futé’s traffic forecasts for the Pentecost weekend, from Friday May 21 to Monday May 24, 2021.
The Pentecost weekend is appreciated by the French because it lasts for three days, and this until May 24, 2021. Despite the weather forecast being rather mixed, many motorists will take the road of this extended weekend, according to the forecasts of smart one.
Indeed, the little Indian specialist in road traffic advises from Friday May 21 to leave or cross the Île-de-France before noon, the difficulties to begin at the beginning of the afternoon, in particular in Île-de-France. de-France, in the Rhône valley and around large agglomerations such as Bordeaux or Toulouse.
The coastal areas will be favored by holidaymakers, and the A7 motorway is already looking very difficult, especially between Lyon and Orange. The A10 motorway in the direction of Spain, in particular between Paris and Orléans, is not spared either, while Normandy will be, as usual, one of the destinations favored by Ile-de-France residents: A13 motorway promises to be difficult between Paris and Caen.
If the French leave the roads earlier, it is because of the national curfew, which is still maintained from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. This trend of weekend departures will continue on Saturday, May 22, before a lull for the weekend. Finally, the trend will be reversed on Monday, May 24, when the entire national territory will turn orange in the direction of returns, except in Île-de-France which will be classified red.
Click here to find all the traffic forecasts for Bison Futé! Be careful on the roads and have a good Pentecost weekend everyone!
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Source: Smart Bison
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