FAMILY going to Disneyland Paris can now visit the theme park with fewer restrictions starting today.
This is because France have scrapped their strict Covid pass rules, which were required from Britons traveling to the attraction.
Also known as pass-through vaccination, Britons need to be fully vaccinated, show proof of Covid recovery within the past six months or proof of an exemption from vaccination.
Any visitors who do not fall into these categories are prohibited from entering the locations that require the pass.
As of today, however, the pass has been dropped for restaurants, cafes and attractions – and this includes entry to Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris’s website states: “According to the latest French government guidance, as of Monday, March 14, the Vaccine Pass and Health Pass will no longer be required to enter Disneyland Paris.”
This is great news for families, as pre-teens also need cards.
As of today, people over 12 no longer need this card – children under this age remain unaffected by the new rules.
Last month, the amusement park also removed the requirement to wear masks, guests no longer need to wear masks indoors or outdoors.
They are still required on Disney vehicles such as the monorail or on buses, and must be worn by anyone two years of age or older.
Disneyland Paris guests can finally hug their favorite characters again after two years of social distancing at the amusement park.
Visitors can once again hug, tall and pose with favorite characters now that Covid restrictions have been eased.
As well as hugs, the characters come back to sign autographs, so kids can fill out a book with souvenir autographs from their favorite characters.
The changes come just in time for the amusement park to open 30th birthday celebrationstart at the weekend.
A new daytime show is happening every day before Newly refurbished Sleeping Beauty Castle including more than 30 Disney characters and dancers on colorful floats.
You can go to Disneyland Paris to celebrate its 30th anniversary with summer two-night deals from £179pp.
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