Disneyland Paris Set To Reopen After Four Months Of Lockdown
The park will be reopened in a phased manner with due precautions on July 15.
Kids in Paris can look forward to meeting up with Elsa, Aladdin, and other Disney characters as Disneyland Paris is all set to reopen its doors on July 15. The park will be reopened keeping in mind several precautions that are needed to ensure that community transmission of COVID-19 doesn’t take place among its visitors. Four months after its closure, Disneyland Paris will now be opened in a phased manner. Disney has said that a limited number of people will be allowed to enter the park daily. However, it has failed to reveal the exact number. Also, tickets will not be sold at the entrance, so patrons will be needed to book them online before reaching the park. Masks will, of course, be mandatory.
Disneyland Paris, formerly Euro Disney Resort, is located in Chessy and encompasses two theme parks, many resort hotels, Disney Nature Resorts, a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex, and a golf course, in addition to several additional recreational and entertainment venues. It was shut down, like all other businesses, four months ago during the Coronavirus-induced lockdowns in France.
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