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The best way to send your parcels to France

Scheduling a parcel delivery to France takes less than five minutes with Eurosender. To make shipping as easy as possible for you, we have gathered the best courier companies in one single place – here, on our shipping platform. Using the tool below, you will get an instant quote for sending your parcel to France.

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Book your parcel delivery to France with us and benefit from:

Fully door-to-door delivery

Real-time tracking for all packages

Basic insurance included in the price

HOW TO SHIP

Service options for sending parcels to France

At Eurosender, we offer solutions for large or small parcel delivery to France. Depending on the size and urgency of your shipment, we have a few service options you can choose from:
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HOW IT WORKS

Have your parcels delivered directly to your doorstep in France

Why wait hours in line at the post office when you can send your parcel to France from the comfort of your home? When placing your order with Eurosender, you can select the addresses where you want the shipment to be collected and delivered. From this point on, we will take over and arrange all the details of your parcel delivery to France on your behalf. All you need to do is wait for the courier to come and pick up the package on the scheduled date.

Door-to-door shipping is the best way to send your parcel to France.

PACKING TIPS

How to prepare your parcel for delivery to France

If you could only do one thing to ensure your parcel will be delivered to France safe and sound, this thing would be to use correct packaging. To do that, we recommend using sturdy cardboard boxes as the outer packaging and following the steps below for preparing it:

  • Choose a box that is slightly bigger than the item
  • Wrap each item individually with bubble wrap
  • Place everything in the box and fill the voids with cushioning materials
  • Use tape to close and secure the box

Customs clearance when sending a parcel to France

If you send a parcel to France from any other country within the EU, your shipment will not go through customs. However, international parcel deliveries to France coming from countries outside the EU will go through regular customs clearance procedures. This means that a commercial or proforma invoice should accompany your shipment, and you may need to fill out a customs declaration.

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Parcel delivery to France for small or large packages

Regardless of the size of your package, we will always find the most cost-effective solution to send your parcel to France. See below a few tips to save money in each case:

  • Prepare the package as compact as possible
  • Book a non-expedited shipping option, such as the Standard Service
  • Use second-hand packaging materials that are still in perfect shape
  • Disassemble the item as much as possible
  • Sometimes shipping two regular-sized boxes is cheaper than one oversized parcel
  • Avoid the heavyweight fees by booking a pallet delivery instead

How to calculate the cost to send a parcel to France?

The cost to send a parcel to France is calculated based on the following factors:

  • Weight and dimensions of the package
  • Locations of pick-up and delivery
  • Shipping method used
  • Additional services purchased

By sending your parcel to France with us, you will be taking advantage of our pre-negotiated shipping quotes. Use the button below to get an immediate quote.

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FAQs – Sending parcels to France

What is the best way to send a package to France?
It depends on your specific requirements.
  • If you are in a hurry, the best way of sending a package to France is with the Express Service.
  • If you have a low budget, the cheapest alternative is the Standard Service (available only on EU routes).
  • If you need to send multiple packages at once, the most convenient option is to use one of the freight transport solutions.
How long does it take to send a package to France?
The delivery time varies based on the distance between the collection and delivery and the speed of the service you have chosen. If you decide to send your parcel to France using a road transport solution such as our Standard Service, your package may take between 2 to 5 business days to arrive. However, if you choose an air delivery service to send your parcel to France, it will be transported in 24-72h.
The estimated delivery time will always be calculated before you make any payment during the order process. Use the booking tool at the top of the page to calculate how long it would take for your specific parcel delivery to France.
Does DHL deliver parcels to France?
Yes, DHL is one of the leading global logistics companies, and they offer a varied range of parcel delivery services to France. At Eurosender, we are proud to say we collaborate with DHL and several other renowned courier companies such as UPS, TNT, DPD, GLS, etc. When you book a shipping service through our platform, our system automatically identifies the best way to send your parcel to France, using the courier that offers the best rates.
What can’t I send in a parcel to France?
Even though the list of items you can include in the package you are sending to France is enormous, there are some things the courier companies consider restricted or prohibited for shipping. The list features products that can be regarded as dangerous for shipping, such as liquids or breakable items, and also items that may be prohibited for import by the local government.
Before preparing your package for delivery to France, we recommend checking the complete list of items prohibited by couriers and avoiding including any of them on your shipment. If you are shipping from abroad, you should also check the regulations from both pick-up and delivery countries.