After four months of closure, the castle of the sleeping beauty, Disneyland park Paris, will again welcome visitors. Monday 22 June, the French subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company has announced that the two theme parks Marne-la-Vallée, the Disneyland park and its neighboring Walt Disney Studios park will be open from the 15th of July. The reopening will be done progressively, with a " limited capacity ", without Walt Disney does the gauge chosen. Bookings, stays and entrance tickets must be done online.
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The employees, as visitors, at the age of 11 years must wear a mask on the whole site, where " the measures of hygiene and security have been strengthened ", said the release. To take into account health standards in force, distance physics, in particular, a number of' experiences, shows or events will not be available, or may be modified at the re-opening as a function of the evolution of the measures of safety and health recommendations to the public authorities, " says Disneyland Paris.
Some hotels will remain closed
Among others, the famous parade and the night show "Disney Illuminations" will not take place and " will be back at a later date ". Similarly, the performances of "The Lion King, and the rhythms of the Earth" and "The Rhythm of the Jungle" will return later this summer. The "encounters" with the mascots will also be " temporarily suspended ", even if they will be present on the site " to amuse the audience in a new way ".
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- Side lodging, a premier hotel (Disney's Newport Bay Club) will reopen on 15 July and others will follow during the summer, but two of them (the Sequoia Lodge and the Davy Crockett Ranch) " will re-open at a date to be announced later ", highlights the group. "We are excited to reopen the doors of our parks to visitors ", stressed Natacha Rafalski, president of Disneyland Paris, quoted in the press release, which highlights " the positive momentum of the many openings in the tourism industry in Europe ". Disneyland Paris, first tourist destination private in Europe, employs more than 17 000 employees, which makes it the first employer "mono-site" of France.