The Foreign Office has warned that British visitors to France could encounter delays and to keep an eye on the media as the nation deals with widespread rioting.
The government urged Britons to avoid the riots in new travel guidance, claiming that their locations and timing were "unpredictable.".
Additionally, they stated that purchasing travel insurance was "more important than ever.".
Tuesday saw the start of riots after a 17-year-old with Algerian ancestry was shot by police.
While evading a traffic stop, Nahel M. was killed. His passing has sparked new discussion about the state of French law enforcement, including issues of racism within the force.
The Foreign Office updated its travel advice for France on Friday, warning that local and highway travel may be disrupted and that additional curfews may be implemented by some local governments.
British citizens should review the most recent travel information provided by operators and heed local authorities' recommendations, it said.
According to the government, it is "more important than ever to get travel insurance and make sure it provides adequate cover.". Online information on foreign travel insurance has also been made available.
The Foreign Office hasn't changed its recommendation as of yet to caution against all but essential travel, which would void many travel insurance policies.
Despite the fact that more than 470 people were detained following additional violence on Friday night, France's interior minister insisted that there had been a "downturn" in unrest.
The violence would be contained by thousands more police officers, according to President Emmanuel Macron, who refrained from pronouncing a state of emergency.
Road and rail delays from the capital to its airports began at 21:00 local time, according to Paris Aeroport, which oversees Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports.
The Eurostar's rail services from the UK to France were scheduled to run normally as of early Saturday morning.
According to the Foreign Office, about 17 million Brits travel to France annually.
From Thursday through Monday, there will be restrictions in place between 21:00 and 6:00 a.m. local time in the Parisian suburb of Clamart, which announced the first curfew.