Is something particularly important to you? Something to say about current events? Do you want to share concerns or thoughts?

In a few clicks, you can write to the President of the Republic or Ms Brigitte Macron.

Writing to the President of the Republic is an act of citizenship. By sharing your ideas and experience, you further the progress you want to see.

Your message will be taken care of by the teams of the Direct Communication Service, and then transmitted, if necessary, to an adviser for the President or a senior member of his staff to reply.

How to write to the President of the Republic or Ms Brigitte Macron ?

The Presidency of the Republic calls for a citizen dialogue, respecting the rules of correspondence. Try not to send threats and insults, which will not be passed on to the President.

Write online

We recommend you use the form below for any messages. It is an environmentally friendly choice and reduces processing time.

All fields are mandatory. 

Write by post

If you wish, you can also send a letter to the President or Ms Brigitte Macron at the following address:

Palais de l’Élysée
55 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris, France

Remember to provide your contact information:

  • Full name
  • Postal address
  • Email address
  • Telephone number (optional)

If possible:

  • Write a short letter in A4 format;
  • Send a typed letter, which is easier to read;
  • Do not staple the pages.

Please do not send original documents, which will not be kept by the Presidency of the Republic.

Download templates:

Parcels and gifts

The Presidency of the Republic encourages you to send your donations, parcels and gifts to associations, particularly foodstuffs which, for safety reasons, cannot be consumed.

Visiting the Élysée Palace

Thank you for your interest in visiting the Élysée Palace, a central part of the national heritage.

 At the moment, the public health situation means we cannot receive visits. Until that changes, you can take a virtual tour to discover the palace as if you were really here.