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.
The first detailed look at part of the multi-year Walt Disney Studios Park expansion has been revealed, as Disneyland Paris tease a new concept image for the Marvel reworking of the park’s existing Backlot.
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