Evri makes it easy to send a parcel to France, so you can quickly and affordably send items across the channel!
Whether you’re sending online orders to Nice, birthday gifts to Paris, or Christmas parcels to Bordeaux, posting to France with us is quick and convenient. And it’s not just France we send to. From the Netherlands to Spain, and every country in-between, we can quickly delivery parcels across Europe at low prices.
When you send a parcel to France, you can be sure you’re getting a great service at a low price with Evri. It’s one of the main reasons why people choose to ship international and UK parcels with us. You can send parcels internationally up to 15kg, and our parcels are priced per 250g. So, while postage costs for sending a parcel to France can vary, you can save money by providing the exact weight of your parcel.
|Parcel size||Prices from|
|Parcel size 250g||Prices from £6.93|
|Parcel size 500g||Prices from £7.65|
|Parcel size 1kg||Prices from £8.41|
|Parcel size 2kg||Prices from £9.62|
|Parcel size 5kg+||Prices from £10.35|
At Evri, we’ll always send your parcels as fast as possible. But it’s important to remember the following public holiday dates when posting to France, which may increase delivery times:
If you’re running an online business, chances are you have multiple parcels to send regularly. With our Bulk Integrations tool, you can send multiple packages to countries like France in one go, saving you time:
No matter where your parcels need to go, you get all of the following benefits when you send a parcel to France with Evri:
While you can send lots of items and packages abroad, there are a few limitations to bear in mind. You can see which items are prohibited in France, and international postage in general, on our prohibited items list.
You should also follow the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, and the UK Civil Aviation Authority guides to keep up to date with the latest sending restrictions for packages sent to other countries via airlines.
When you’re posting to France, you'll need to follow the correct address structure. For France, this is largely similar to the structure used in the UK:
For example, the address should look like this:
Mila Jane DOE
67 Rue Ponselle
But don’t worry; all you need to do is enter the right address information at checkout, and we’ll make sure it’s formatted for when you print your label.