With its 30th Anniversary in full swing, Disneyland Paris has finally announced a project that’s been rumbling along for at least its previous two big birthdays: the Disney Village transformation is go! Along with a first look at the new-style lakeside park façades, the resort has revealed that a new restaurant replacing a longstanding favourite will be the first addition.
Disneyland Paris is beginning the next stages of easing its Covid-19 regulations and requirements across the parks and resort, including removal of physical distancing and reintroduction of standard all-you-can-eat buffets.
Disneyland Paris has now confirmed it will be closed to visitors completely from 30th October 2020 in line with the new measures imposed on France by president Emmanuel Macron. Furthermore, following an aspiration to re-open for the Christmas holiday period, it will then also close for over one complete further month from 4th January to 12th February 2021.
Disneyland Paris has just announced the resort will begin re-opening from 15th July 2020, with a gradual phased re-opening for theme parks, attractions and hotels, spanning through to September, and numerous new health and safety interventions.
A senior member of Disneyland Paris management has suggested a plan to renew Disney Village will be “the next step” after recent park renovations, sparking much speculation about the entertainment district’s future. Read More…
Disneyland Paris is looking to invest €2.1 billion in new and upgraded facilities across the resort over the next ten years — including Marvel attractions at Walt Disney Studios Park, a Shareholders Meeting document confirms. Read More…
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