List of presidential trips made by Emmanuel Macron

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This is a list of presidential trips made by Emmanuel Macron as the 25th President of France.

This list excludes trips made within Paris, the French capital in which the Élysée Palace, the official residence and principal workplace of the President, is located and Le Touquet, the location of Macron's house. International trips are included. The number of visits per country and department where he travelled are:

Domestic trips:

Map of international trips made by Emmanuel Macron as president:
  1 visit
  2 visits
  4 visits
  5 visits
  France and Andorra

International trips:

2017[edit]

May[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Germany Berlin 15 May Emmanuel Macron's state visit to Germany was his first international trip as president. He chose Germany as the first foreign trip of his presidency in a demonstration of a pro-European sign, as well as to follow the tradition of French presidents making their first international trip to Germany.[1] During his first full day in office, Macron met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.[2] The two leaders agreed to construct a plan to reform the European Union amidst the rise of right-wing populism and Euroscepticism.[3]
 Mali Gao 19 May Macron met with French troops committed to Operation Barkhane. This was his first trip outside Europe as president.[4]
 Belgium Brussels 25–26 May Macron attended the NATO summit, his first summit meeting as president. He held separate bilateral meetings with other heads of government, including U.S. President Donald Trump.[5]
 Italy Taormina 26–27 May Macron attended the 43rd G7 summit.[6] He held separate bilateral meetings with other heads of government, including British Prime Minister Theresa May, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.
Yvelines Yvelines Versailles 29 May Macron met Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Palace of Versailles.[7]
Loire-Atlantique Loire-Atlantique Saint-Nazaire 31 May Macron visited the Chantiers de l'Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire.[8]

June[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
Morbihan Morbihan Vannes, Étel, Lanester and Lorient 1 June Macron visited the CROSS of the Bay of Biscay in Étel, a military base in Lanester and the port of Lorient.[8] He met also a disabled child in Vannes.[9]
Seine-Saint-Denis Seine-Saint-Denis Saint-Denis 4 June Macron attended in the Top 14, rugby union league final in the Stade de France.[10]
Haute-Vienne Haute-Vienne Oradour-sur-Glane 10 June Macron attended in the commemorations of the Oradour-sur-Glane massacre.[11]
Seine-Saint-Denis Seine-Saint-Denis Saint-Denis 13 June Macron attended in a friendly football match between France and England with Theresa May in the Stade de France.[12]
Morocco Morocco Rabat 14–15 June Macron met the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI of during this private and friendly trip.[13]
Seine-Saint-Denis Seine-Saint-Denis Le Bourget 19 June Macron attended in the Paris Air Show.[14]
 Belgium Brussels 22–23 June Macron attended in his first European Council. He held separate bilateral meetings with Angela Merkel, and the representants of the Visegrád Group.[15]
 Germany Berlin 29 June Emmanuel Macron met with other European heads of state and government, as part of the preparations for the 2017 G20 Hamburg summit.[16]

July[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
Bas-Rhin Bas-Rhin Strasbourg 1 July Macron participated in the tribute ceremony of Helmut Kohl inside the European Parliament in Strasbourg.[17]
Ille-et-Vilaine Ille-et-Vilaine Rennes Macron has inaugurated the new TGV Atlantique line in the Gare de Rennes.[18]
 Mali Bamako 2 July Macron attends a security summit of the G5 Sahel to boost support for the creation of a regional counter-terror force.[19]
Yvelines Yvelines Versailles 3 July Macron delivered a speech behind the Congress of the French Parliament in the Palace of Versailles.
Finistère Finistère Crozon 4 July Emmanuel Macron went as head of the French Armed Forces to the Île Longue military base in the Roadstead of Brest and visited the submarine Le Terrible[20]
 Germany Hamburg 7–8 July Macron attended in the 2017 G20 Hamburg summit. He held separate bilateral meetings with other heads of government, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.[21]
Switzerland Switzerland Lausanne 10–11 July Macron travelled to Lausanne to visit the International Olympic Committee for the presentation of the Paris bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics. During this trip Macron was accompanied by his wife Brigitte, the Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo and the chairs of the bid, Bernard Lapasset and Tony Estanguet.[22]
 Italy Trieste 12–13 July Macron attended in the 2017 Western Balkans Summit. One day before, he meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni.[23]
Alpes-Maritimes Alpes-Maritimes Nice 14 July Macron attended in the 2016 Nice attack commemorations with former French president Nicolas Sarkozy and François Hollande.[24]
Savoy flag large.png Savoie

Hautes-Alpes Hautes-Alpes

Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne, Serre Chevalier 19 July Macron followed the Tour de France cyclists during the Stage 17. He embarked in the race director's car Christian Prudhomme in Col du Télégraphe entrance in Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne. He continued his journey by entering in the region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur and finished the stage in the sky station of Serre Chevalier. Macron invited the Prime Minister of Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen who is a cycling fan.[25]
Bouches-du-Rhône Bouches-du-Rhône Istres 20 July Macron visited a military base in Istres, to reiterate its support for the Military, after the resignation of Pierre de Villiers, the former Chef d'état-major des Armées.[26]
Yvelines Yvelines La Celle-Saint-Cloud 25 July Macron organized a peace a meeting, between Fayez al-Sarraj (Presidential Council), and Khalifa Haftar (Libyan National Army), in order to sign a cease fire.[27]
Seine-Maritime Seine-Maritime Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray 26 July Macron attended in the 2016 Normandy church attack commemorations with Prime Minister Édouard Philippe.[28]
Loiret Loiret Orléans 27 July The French head of state was present in Orléans, Loiret to meet families of refugees and attend a naturalization ceremony. The Minister of the Interior, Gérard Collomb, was also present.[29]

August[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
Yvelines Yvelines Moisson 3 August The president met, in a nautical base of the suburbs of Paris, young people deprived of holidays.[30]
Bouches-du-Rhône Bouches-du-Rhône Allauch, Marseille 10–20 August Macron spent some holidays in the south of France.[31]
 Austria Salzburg 23 August Macron met with Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern.[32]
 Romania Bucharest 24 August Macron met with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis.[33]
 Bulgaria Varna 25 August Macron met with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and Prime Minister Boyko Borisov at the Euxinograd Palace.[34]
Yvelines Yvelines Hermeray 27 August The president adopted a Labrador at the SPA refuge.[35]
Luxembourg Luxembourg Luxembourg City, Niederanven 28 August Macron met with Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg. He then traveled to Senningen Castle to participate in political talks with the Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel, and Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel.[36]
Seine-Saint-Denis Seine-Saint-Denis Saint-Denis 31 August Macron attended a football match between France and the Netherlands for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification at Stade de France.[37]

September[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
Moselle (department) Moselle Forbach 4 September Macron visited a school for the start of the academic year.[38]
 Greece Athens 6–7 September Macron paid a state visit to Greece where he called to rebuild the European Union.[39]
Savoy flag large.png Haute-Savoie Évian-les-Bains 7 September Macron attended the 26th French-German meeting.[40]
Haute-Garonne Haute-Garonne Toulouse 11 September Macron launched a plan for emergency housing for the most disadvantaged. Toulouse was chosen by the President to be a pilot city for this project.[41]
Unofficial flag of Guadeloupe (local).svg Guadeloupe Pointe-à-Pitre 12–13 September The President visited islands severely destroyed by Hurricane Irma[42]
Collectivity of Saint Martin Saint-Martin Saint-Martin
Flag of Saint Barthelemy.PNG Saint-Barthélemy Saint-Barthélemy
Yvelines Yvelines Le Port-Marly 16 September Macron visited with French TV-animator Stéphane Bern, the Château de Monte-Cristo in Le Port-Marly during the European Heritage Days.[43]
 United States New York City 18–20 September Macron attended the 72th United Nations General Assembly and met with several heads of state.[44]
Bouches-du-Rhône Bouches-du-Rhône Marseille 21 September Macron visited the 2024 Summer Olympics venues for sailing and soccer.[45]
Lyon Lyon Metropolis Lyon 27–28 September Accompanied by the Minister of the Interior Gérard Collomb, Macron traveled to Lyon to meet law enforcement officials.[46]
 Estonia Tallinn
Tapa Army Base
28–29 September Macron attended the EU Digital Summit and held a bilateral meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.[47] He then visited troops together with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas at Tapa Army Base.[48]

October[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
Blason département fr Somme.svg Somme Amiens 3 October Macron visited the sites of the companies Whirlpool and Amazon.[49]
Corrèze Corrèze Égletons 4 October Macron launched the reform of the professional learnings.[50]
 Germany Frankfurt 10 October Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel attended the opening of the Frankfurt Book Fair.[51]
Val-de-Marne Val-de-Marne Rungis 11 October Macron visited the Rungis International Market.[52]
Blason département fr Hauts-de-Seine.svg Hauts-de-Seine Gennevilliers 17 October Macron had lunch with actors of associative life.[53]
 Belgium Brussels 19–20 October EU Summit
French Guiana French Guiana Maripasoula, Cayenne 26–28 October Macron visited French Guiana while protests occurred about the economic growth of this territory.[54]
Bas-Rhin Bas-Rhin Strasbourg 31 October Macron visited the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights at the end of the state of emergency in France.[55] Later on he went to the Opéra national du Rhin.[56]

November[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
Seine-Maritime Seine-Maritime Le Havre 4 November Macron visited Le Havre the day before the departure of the Transat Jacques Vabre.[57]
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, Dubai 8–9 November Macron inaugurated the Louvre Abu Dhabi.[58]
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh 9 November Macron made an emergency Saudi Arabia trip over Lebanon war fears.[59]
Haut-Rhin Haut-Rhin Wattwiller 10 November Macron inaugurated a historical museum at the Hartmannswillerkopf, together with the German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.[60]
Seine-Saint-Denis Seine-Saint-Denis Saint-Denis 13 November Macron attended the commemoration of the November 2015 Paris attacks.[61]
Clichy-sous-Bois Macron made two visits related to the policies for the cities.[62]
Nord (French department) Nord Roubaix, Tourcoing 13–14 November
 Germany Bonn 15 November Macron attended the opening ceremony of the 2017 United Nations Climate Change Conference.[63]
 Sweden Göteborg 17 November Macron attended the Union European social summit.[64]
 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou 28–29 November Macron met with the Burkinabe President, did a speech about Africa, exchanged with students and visited a solar-powered plant.[65]
 Côte d'Ivoire Abidjan 29–30 November Macron attended the Africa-European Union summit.[65]
 Ghana Accra 30 November Macron met with the Ghanaian president and visited some local start-ups.[65]

December[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Algeria Algiers 6 December Macron made a work and friendship visit in Algeria.[66]
 Qatar Doha 7 December Macron paid an official visit to Qatar.[67]
Blason département fr Hauts-de-Seine.svg Hauts-de-Seine Boulogne-Billancourt 12 December Macron participated the One Planet Summit.[68]
Yvelines Yvelines La Celle-Saint-Cloud 13 December Macron attended a security summit of the G5 Sahel.[69]
 Belgium Brussels 14–15 December Macron attended in a European Council.[70]
Loir-et-Cher Loir-et-Cher Saint-Aignan, Chambord 15–17 December Macron visited the ZooParc de Beauval and spent a night at Chambord for a family event.[71]
 Niger Niamey 22–23 December Macron visited the French troops from Operation Barkhane.[72]
Blason département fr Hautes-Pyrénées.svg Hautes-Pyrénées Bagnères-de-Bigorre 23–26 December Macron went skiing.[73]

2018[edit]

January[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 China Xi'an, Beijing 8–10 January Macron arrived in Xi'an first, visited the Terracotta Army, Giant Wild Goose Pagoda and Xi'an great mosque. He also delivered a speech about multilateralism at Daming Palace National Heritage Park. Later he flew to Beijing, visited the Palace Museum and met with the Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang.[74]
 Italy Rome 11 January Macron met southern European Union leaders about migration and budgets at Med7 summit.[75]
Pas-de-Calais Pas-de-Calais Croisilles, Calais 16 January Macron explained his policy on migration.[76]
 United Kingdom Camberley, London 18 January Macron met with Prime Minister Theresa May.[77]
Var (department) Var Toulon 19 January Macron greets the French army.[78]
Nord (French department) Nord Valenciennes 22 January Macron visited the Toyota plant to announce investments.[79]
Yvelines Yvelines Versailles 22 January Macron invited investors in Versailles to promote France.[80]
  Switzerland Davos 24 January Macron made a speech in Davos.[81]
Puy-de-Dôme Puy-de-Dôme Cébazat, Saint-Genès-Champanelle, Chamalières, Orcines, Picherande 25–26 January Macron visited Michelin plant and greeted farmers.[82]

February[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Tunisia Tunis 31 January–1 February Macron spoke in front of the Tunisian Parliament, attended an economic summit, and held talks with President Essebsi. [83]
 Senegal Dakar, Saint-Louis 2–3 February Macron met with President Macky Sall. [84]
Corsica Corsica Bastia, San-Giuliano 06–07 February Macron met with representatives from Corsica.[85]
 South Korea Pyeongchang 9 February Macron attended the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
 Belgium Brussels 23 February Macron attended an extraordinary European Council on Brexit.

March[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Belgium Brussels 22–23 March Macron attended the European Council.

April[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 United States Washington, D.C. 23–25 April Macron met with President Donald Trump.

May[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Australia Sydney 1–2 May Macron met Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

June[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Canada La Malbaie 8–9 June Macron attended the 44th G7 summit.

July[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Belgium Brussels 11–12 July Macron attended the NATO summit.

Future trips[edit]

2018[edit]

Department/Country Areas visited Date(s) Details
 Denmark Copenhagen 28–29 August Macron will pay a state visit to Denmark.[86]
 Argentina Buenos Aires 30 November – 1 December 2018 Macron will attend the 2018 G20 Buenos Aires summit.

During the visit of the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu in Paris on July 16, 2017, Macron says that he will visit his counterpart in Israel.[87]

Multilateral meetings[edit]

Group Year
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
UN GA 18–20 September,
United States New York City
September,
United States New York City
September,
United States New York City
September,
United States New York City
G7 May 26–27,
Italy Taormina
June 8–9,
Canada La Malbaie
TBD,
France Biarritz
TBD,
 United States
TBD,
 United Kingdom
G-20 July 7–8,
Germany Hamburg
November 30 – December 1,
Argentina Buenos Aires
TBD,
Japan Tokyo
TBD,
Saudi Arabia Riyadh
TBD
NATO May 25,
Belgium Brussels
11–12 July,
Belgium Brussels
TBD,
France Strasbourg
Germany Kehl
TBD
NSS TBD TBD TBD
OIF TBD,
 Armenia
TBD,
 Tunisia
EP 24 November,
Belgium Brussels
TBD TBD
ASEM TBD,
Belgium Brussels
TBD
EUCELAC 26–27 October,
El Salvador San Salvador
TBD TBD TBD
EU 22–23 June,
19–20 October,
14–15 December,
Belgium Brussels
23 February,
22–23 March,
28–29 June,
TBD,
Belgium Brussels
TBD,
Belgium Brussels
Euro summit TBD,
Belgium Brussels
██ = Did not attend; ██ = Future event.

See also[edit]

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