Disneyland Paris reopens today – with breaks from £335 per person & a new Marvel hotel

DISNEYLAND PARIS has reopened from today – with bargain deals from just £335.

The theme park is welcoming visitors back again after being forced to close their doors due to Covid.

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Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney’s Newport Bay Club Hotel and Disney Village are all included in the opening.

The new Covid safety measures mean that only a limited number of guests are allowed in the park daily, and anyone aged six and over must wear a mask.

Social distancing restrictions have been implemented in queues, on rides and in restaurants, and Single Rider and fastpass services are unavailable.

Kids’ playgrounds, traditional character meet and greets, and makeover experiences are also temporarily unavailable, as are the Disney Stars on Parade and Disney Illuminations night time spectacular.

If you're considering a break to Disneyland Paris – you can find great value packages at DisneyHolidays.co.uk.

You can get overnight accommodation with park entry tickets from £204 per person or a break including return Eurostar, overnight stay and park entry tickets from £335 per person. Guests also get free transport between the parks and the hotels.

Plus, there's a Zen Guarantee, so you can change or cancel your booking free of charge.

This year the park is not only celebrating its long anticipated reopening, but the opening of a new hotel, too.

Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel opens on June 21 and is inspired by Marvel characters and the cool edge of Manhattan.

Guests of the hotel are just minutes away from the Disney Parks and can meet Marvel super heroes or channel their inner artist at the Marvel Design Studio. Adults will also love the sauna and steam room that's available.

The park has been forced to open and close throughout the pandemic, and welcomed tourists back in July last year after closing in March.

However it was forced to close again in October with plans to reopen for the Christmas period, but was unable to do so.

The park said they then hoped to re-open by February, but that was extended to April and then until June.

France is currently recovering from a second wave of Covid, with 2,855 new daily cases and 63 deaths recorded yesterday.

Last month, it became the third country in Europe to pass the grim milestone of 100,000 deaths due to Covid.

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France has reopened for some international tourists, allowing fully vaccinated Brits to visit without the need to quarantine, although will need a PCR or antigen test to enter.

The country is also currently graded amber on the UK's traffic light travel system.

That means people arriving in England from the country will need to provide a negative test before travelling, then quarantine for ten days after arrival, with a further two tests on day two and day eight.

Non-vaccinated Brits are not able to travel to France without a "compelling reason" and will have to quarantine on arrival.

In addition, the Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel to the whole of France based on the current assessment of COVID-19 risks.

If you're looking for more foreign holiday inspiration, we've found cheap all inclusive holidays for this summer and there are many cheap package holidays.

For breaks in the UK, holiday parks are offering huge bargains and we've found the best UK holiday parks with children’s entertainment and the best holiday parks with outdoor pools.

We've also rounded up great deals in the UK's warmest places and found the best kid-friendly beaches and England's best family-friendly seaside towns.

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