Disneyland Paris Opens Its Doors Again After Corona Closure
Disneyland Paris, one of the largest amusement parks in Europe, opened its doors again on Thursday after a long corona closure.
Both parks on the site, Disneyland Park and Disney Studios Park are open to the public again. Strict security measures still apply.
In principle, all attractions are open again, including famous roller coasters such as Big Thunder Mountain, Space Mountain and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. The big parades that normally take place in the afternoon and evening are not possible at the moment.
Strict corona measures still apply throughout the site. In the rows, visitors must keep one and a half meters away from each other and face masks are mandatory throughout the park for everyone over six years old. There are 2000 dispensers throughout the site where visitors can continuously disinfect their hands.
A new feature in the area outside the park is the exhibition The Art of Marvel in Hotel New York. Here you can see 350 works of art related to the most successful film series of all time. All Marvel movies have grossed $15 billion to date. The newest part, Black Widow, will be released in early July.